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    "Tasmanian Devil" Limited Edition Cel Artist's Proof #AP25/40 (Warner Brothers, 2001). A hungry Taz zips through a massive tree trunk on his way to a tastier meal (a nice bunny rabbit, perhaps), in this hand-painted limited edition cel and separate matching print background. Although the Tasmanian Devil only appeared in five shorts (beginning with 1954's Devil May Hare) during the original run of Warner Brothers animation, he left a lasting impression. Taz would go on to appear in several of the later WB cartoon features like Daffy Duck's Fantastic Island. Taz stands about 4.25" tall in this rare Artist's Proof. A Linda Jones seal is on the cel, and a Linda Jones COA is included. Fine condition.

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