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    Transylvania 6-5000 Bugs Bunny - Chuck Jones Signed Limited Edition Cel #94/100 (Warner Brothers, 2000). This hand-painted limited edition cel featuring that wascally wabbit and Count Bloodcount was created from an original Chuck Jones (1919-2002) drawing that was inspired by the 1963 theatrical short co-directed by Jones and Maurice Noble. This is #94 of only 100 created, making it live up to the description "limited edition" for sure! Bugs is 5.75" tall, and the Count is 8" tall. This was Chuck Jones' last Bugs Bunny short before he quit to start his own studio. The cel has a Linda Jones seal on it and is hand-signed by Chuck Jones himself. This is a very hard-to-find Chuck Jones piece! In Fine condition. There is a COA on the backside of the 20" x 16" Plexiglas front frame.

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    June, 2016
    26th Sunday
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