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    Hair Raising Hare Bugs Bunny and Gossamer Monster Limited Edition Cel #345/500 (Warner Brothers, 1989). "Monsters lead such interesting lives!" This is an outstanding, hand-painted, limited edition cel, created from an original Chuck Jones drawing of Bugs Bunny, with Gossamer Monster. Bugs is 7" tall and Gossamer is 8". The short "Hare Raising Hare," released on 5/25/46, was Gossamer's first appearance and the short was originally directed by Chuck Jones. This cel was a limited edition of only 500 pieces, and this one is #345. This edition was an almost immediate sell out, 25 years ago! Hand-signed by Mr. Jones, it has a Linda Jones seal on the bottom left of the cel. Matted to an overall size of 17" x 15.75", with a mat opening of 11 x 9.75", and in Fine condition.

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    December, 2015
    13th-14th Sunday-Monday
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