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    "Popeye Waterski" Popeye, Olive Oyl and Bluto Limited Edition Cel Signed by Myron Waldman (King Features, 1991). Myron Waldman was only 22 when he started work at the Fleischer Studio in 1930. He quickly became a prominent animator, working on Betty Boop, Raggedy Ann, Gulliver's Travels, the animated Superman adaptations and of course, Popeye. This wonderful hand-inked and hand-painted limited edition cel from 1991 is signed by Waldman himself, and it is numbered 79 out of only 250 created. It features the beloved and iconic characters Popeye, Olive Oyl and Bluto, displayed on a printed background and framed under Plexiglas with a large mat window size of 9" x 12" in a 20" x 17.5" frame. Long sold out for over 25 years, this unbelievable rare piece comes with a King Features seal and certificate of authenticity. The condition is Very Good. The frame is sold as is.

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    October, 2020
    11th-12th Sunday-Monday
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