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    Mighty Mouse and the Pirates Painted Production Background (Terrytoons, 1945). This 17th Mighty Mouse short was the first to have all the dialogue sung rather than spoken, and introduced Oil Can Harry as a recurring villain. These two hand-painted 12 field production backgrounds feature the pirate's ship, with the first on the ship's deck with a coiled docking rope right of center. The second painting is from inside the ship's hull, with a ladder propped against the opening. Both are in gouache on thin top-peghole board. They would make great setups for any nautical-based cartoon cels. Fine condition.

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    January, 2017
    15th Sunday
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