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    "Which Bunk is Mine?" Chicken Run Limited Edition Cel #4/125 (Dreamworks, c. 2000s). This DreamWorks Animation Studio's first feature film starred characters with that distinctive "Nick Park" look. Mr. Park's Wallace and Gromit characters were big hits, appearing in three shorts. Chicken Run was his feature-film directorial debut; it's all about chickens who want to break free from their caged existence (and escape being turned into chicken pot pies). It won a number of awards. Here's a great limited edition hand-painted cel inspired by this film, featuring the stars Rocky and Ginger, and placed over a photo print background of the chicken's "bunks." Very low number (#4) from this small, sold-out edition of 125. Matted with an opening of 16" x 13" and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 24.25" x 21.25". Fine condition.

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