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    "Rabbit of Seville" Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd Chuck Jones Signed Limited Edition Cel #36/500 (Warner Brothers/Chuck Jones Productions, 1995). "How do? Welcome to my shop! Let me cut your mop; let me shave your crop... daintily, daintily...." Bugs runs Elmer through the wringer in this classic 1950 Chuck Jones-directed short, built around Rossini's "Barber of Seville" opera. In this great hand-painted limited edition pan cel, Bugs is playing the part of an Indian snake charmer, only the "snake" is an out-of-control electric razor, out to get Elmer! The sequence begins at roughly the 3:20 mark in the short. Pan cel measures 33" x 13.5", and includes a gold holo Linda Jones seal in the lower right. Great low edition number of 36 out of 500 on this long sold-out cel. Background is a print, added for presentation purposes. A Linda Jones COA is included with the cel. Fine condition.

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    March, 2020
    15th-16th Sunday-Monday
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