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    Charlie Brown/ Peanuts Production Cel and Drawings (Bill Melendez Studios, 1970s). Original 12-field, hand-painted production cel of Charlie Brown holding the elusive football that Lucy so often torments him with. Charlie measures 3" tall. The cel is marked "29" in in the bottom right corner, and the matching animation drawing (graphite with blue highlights, labeled "CB29") is matted with it. They are accompanied by a 12-field layout animation drawing of Peppermint Patty at her school desk, marked "Scene 5-B" and with a production number of 75-304. A nice large Peanuts image measuring 4.5", in graphite with red highlights. All three are in Fine condition.

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