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    Knighty Knight Bugs Yosemite Sam and the Dragon Limited Edition Cel #127/750 (Warner Brothers, 1991). "When I says whoa... I means WHOA!" This 1958 short has the distinction of being the only Bugs Bunny short to win an Academy Award. It was directed by Friz Freleng with all voices done by Mel Blanc. This is a great hand-painted limited edition cel of Yosemite Sam and the Dragon that was created from an original Friz Freleng drawing. It was an edition of only 750 and sold out immediately upon release in 1991, 25 years ago. The cel is hand-signed by Friz Freleng (1906-1995). Matted with a mat opening of 12" x 16", with images of 4" to 7". Fine condition.

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    December, 2016
    10th-11th Saturday-Sunday
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