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    The Secret of NIMH Mrs. Brisby and Family Limited Edition Cel #7/100 (Don Bluth, 1982). This is an outstanding hand-painted limited edition cel that was released at the time of the grand opening of this film, on 7/2/82. Seen here are Mrs. Brisby with her children Teresa, Martin, Timmy, and Cynthia, with Auntie Shrew. Only 100 limited edition cels were released; this is #7. This may have been created for cast and crew. The cel is hand-signed by producers Don Bluth, Gary Goldman and John Pomeroy. Extremely hard-to-find item. Matted with an opening size of 12" x 10", overall mat size 18" x 16". Includes nice large images measuring 4" to 7". Fine condition.

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