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    "Classic Tweety" Bob Clampett Tweety Limited Edition Cel #164/250 (Warner Brothers, 1986). "I Tot I Taw a Putty Tat!" exclaims Tweety Bird in this hand-painted limited edition cel, created for Warner Brothers by the Bob Clampett Studio. Bob Clampett (1913 - 1984) created the prototype Tweety in the 1942 short, A Tale of Two Kitties; according to the original model sheets, this baby bird without feathers was named "Orson," and was a generic, and somewhat feisty, little bird. With his second appearance, Birdy and the Beast (1944), he was named Tweety. This cel features a huge full-figure image of our beloved bird, with a size of 8". The cel includes a Bob Clampett seal (with a flying beany cap), and is matted with an opening of 9.5" x 11.5". It's framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 16" x 18". Frame is sold as-is. Fine condition.

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    March, 2019
    17th Sunday
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