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    "The Alpine Climbers" Mickey Mouse and Pluto Limited Edition Cel #69/950 (Walt Disney, 1988). After being hoisted up the mountain by Mickey Mouse, along with Donald Duck, Pluto breathes a sigh of relief as Mickey gets ready for the next climb. This is an outstanding Walt Disney Studio hand-painted limited edition cel, made using archived original 1936 animation drawings. The hand-painting was done at the famous Disney Ink and Paint Department located on the Studio lot in Burbank. This is from Scene 7 in this film. The cel was released in 1988 in conjunction with the studio's "Mickey 60 Years With You" anniversary. It was originally released in a two-cel suite with another cel from Little Whirlwind. This cel has been sold out for THIRTY YEARS! Great 16 field cel with image sizes of 4" and 5". Cel is on a print background for presentation purposes. A Disney seal is on the cel, and a Disney COA is included. This was an edition of 950 and this is the low number 69. Fine condition.

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