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    Pinocchio Limited Edition Cel #38/350 (Walt Disney, 1995). "Hi diddle dee... an actor's life for me!" sings J. Worthington Foulfellow with Gideon and Pinocchio. This is an outstanding hand-inked, hand-painted limited edition cel inspired by the original Gustaf Tenggren concept art for this scene. The oversized pan cel was created from original archived artwork from Sequence 3/Scene 53 where Pinocchio meets these two on his way to school. Painted at the Disney Ink and Paint Department located on the studio lot, the edition was limited to only 350 and this is #38. It is one of the largest Disney Fine Art cels ever made and the first to showcase a sequence of images. It bears a Disney seal and a COA is affixed to the back of the frame. The cel is in a 60" x 21" frame with a mat opening of 49" x 11". Condition is Very Good. Frame is sold as-is.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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