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    City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold Title Sequence Production Cels and Animation Drawings Group of 4 (Kurtz and Friends, 1994). Billy Crystal and Jack Palance reteamed for this sequel to the comedy smash hit, City Slickers. Here, we have a rare pair of hand-painted production cels from the film's opening title sequence, which depict Billy Crystal's cowboy character helping a mother cow to deliver her "baby," the film's title! Bob Kurtz of Kurtz and Friends Studios directed this sequence. These great (and fun!) images measure 6" and 7". The corresponding animating drawings for both cels are included. All cels and drawings are signed by Bob Kurtz. Each cel is placed over a black print background. Collecting opening title animation cels is fun, but very difficult, as this type of artwork is exceedingly rare. In Fine condition.

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