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    Bugs Bunny's Third Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales Bugs and Prince Abba-Dabba Production Cel Setup (Warner Brothers, 1982). Outstanding hand-inked, hand-painted production 2-cel setup of Bugs Bunny reading a book to the Sultan's spoiled brat son, Prince Abba-Dabba. It's one of the single nicest Bugs Bunny cels we have come across. He is a nice large image measuring 7" while the Prince is also 7". The setup has a Warner Brothers seal and is hand-signed by animation legend, Mr. Friz Freleng (1906 - 1995). This compilation feature film used new animation and clips of classic Looney Tunes cartoons to enhance the storyline. The hand inking is magnificent! A Warner Brothers COA is included. Slight tape on border from a previous framing. Very Good condition.

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    December, 2018
    8th-9th Saturday-Sunday
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