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    Tom and Jerry Publicity Card Group of 2 with Animation Notes (MGM, c. 1950s). Pair of rare Tom and Jerry fan cards are included in this lot, including two-color print on 8" x 10" paper, and a greytone print on heavy 8" x 10" paper with wonderful hand-colored highlights, with hand-written inscription "Hi June -- Love and Kisses Tom and Jerry." These are pretty special on their own, but there's also a small note hand-lettered by longtime Disney/MGM animator Ray Patterson, with highlights from his long career, including Tom and Jerry cartoons The Bodyguard (1944), Tee for Two (1945), The Little Orphan (1949), The Flying Cat (1951) and Disney films Pluto's Playmate (1941), Fantasia (1940), and Dumbo (1941). Good to Very Good condition.

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    July, 2018
    15th Sunday
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