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    "Dudley to the Rescue" Dudley Do-Right Limited Edition Cel (Jay Ward, 1995). With most of the original Rocky and Bullwinkle Show animated in Mexico, few production cels exist. This is a great hand-painted 16 field limited edition cel of Dudley Do-Right, Nell Fenwick, Snidely Whiplash, and Horse titled "Dudley to the Rescue", signed by one of the original Dudley Do-Right and Bullwinkle directors, Bill Hurtz (1919-2000). Bill was Art Babbitt's assistant and seconded the motion to go on strike at Disney. He was an award-winning animator and director at UPA before moving to Jay Ward Studios, and a very important man in the history of animation. This is #61 of 200, framed with a Jay Ward seal on cel and original Letter of Authenticity on the reverse. Images are 4" to 6" each. In Fine condition.

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    December, 2015
    13th-14th Sunday-Monday
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