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    Beany and Cecil Cecil the Sea Sick Serpent Production Cel (Bob Clampett, 1962). "I'm coming for you, Beany Boy!" This a very rare hand-inked and hand-painted production cel featuring Cecil the Sea Sick Serpent as Uncle Sam, from the 1962 "Cecil Always Saves the Day" episode. In it, Dishonest John tries to kidnap Beany, but Cecil (as foretold in the title) saves the day! It's very rare to find production cels of this quality from this classic kid's show. The image measures approximately 7.25" x 4.5" and bears a Bob Clampett seal in the upper left corner. Framed and matted to an image area of 9" x 12" and a frame measuring 17" x 19.5". Condition is Fine. Frame is sold as-is.

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