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    "Dreams Come True" Snow White and The Prince Presentation Cel #3/4 (Walt Disney, 2002). "And they lived happily ever after!" In 2002, the Walt Disney Company took 45 original archived animation drawings from the ending scene of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. They had newly painted cels created from these original 1937 drawings. This sequence of cels was titled "Dreams Come True." Only four cels were made from each drawing. Here is a hand-painted presentation cel from that sequence. It was created from an actual production drawing from Sequence 16, Scene 12, and drawing #99. Of the four cels created from this image, this is #3. Great image of Snow White and the Prince, with sizes of 8" and 6". Matted with an opening of 11" x 9", and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 17" x 15". This very rare cel has a Disney seal and a Disney COA on back of the frame. This is the quintessential "A Happily Ever After" image! Frame sold as-is, cel condition is Very Good.

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