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    "Rooftop Woody Woodpecker" Limited Edition Hand Painted Cel #197/200 Original Art (Walter Lantz Productions, 1991). Woody Woodpecker pecks out of Andy Panda's roof with his famous laugh, "Ha-Ha-Ha-HAAA-Ha!," in this hand inked and hand painted cel recreation from his first screen appearance, "Knock, Knock." The watercolor background is reproduced by lithography. The image area measures 14" x 11". Some paper loss on the background art (small nicks in the print created by the cel); otherwise the condition is Very Good. Includes Walter Lantz's signature, a Walter Lantz Productions seal, and a certificate of authenticity.

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    November, 2006
    5th Sunday
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