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    The Robber Kitten Painted Production Background (Walt Disney, 1935). "Hands up! Your money or your life! Give me the loot!" says young kitten Ambrose, as he pretends to be a real robber with his toys. This short was directed by David Hand and released on 4/13/35. This is a stunning hand-painted trimmed production background from this Silly Symphony short. You can see this around the 4:47 mark, when Dirty Bill slaps Ambrose on the back as they are sitting on the log together. Beautiful watercolor/gouache painting with vibrant colors, on board measuring 10" x 9". Minor handling and pinholes in corners. Very Good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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