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    A Boy Named Charlie Brown Charlie and Lucy Production Cel Set-Up (Bill Melendez Studios, 1967). Considering that three of the main players in Peanuts animation worked at Playhouse Pictures (Bill Melendez, Bill Littlejohn, and Dean Spille) it's no wonder that this cel was found in the Playhouse pictures archive. It's dated 1967, but the film was actually released in 1969 as the first Charlie Brown feature film, and directed by Bill Melendez. This hand-inked and hand-painted production cel of Charlie Brown and Lucy is a two cel set-up. In the bottom corner is a typed label starting "A Boy Named Charlie Brown (1967) Produced and Directed by Bill Melendez". The figures measure approximately 4.5" tall and are in Fine condition. From the Playhouse Pictures Archive.

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