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    Mickey's Christmas Carol Uncle Scrooge Production Cel on Master Background Setup with Signed Carl Barks Christmas Card (Walt Disney, 1983/94). After a 30 year absence, Mickey Mouse came back to the big screen in Mickey's Christmas Carol. This short was nominated for an Academy Award. This is an outstanding hand-painted production cel of Scrooge McDuck as Ebenezer Scrooge, with an amazing image size of 9"! The cel is on a Master hand-painted background of Ebenezer's house and the street he lives on. The background is marked "Seq. 6 Scene 292" in the border. This background can be seen at the 22:37 mark, when Scrooge comes out of his house and sees Ratty and Mole. We have seen very few setups from this film! Matted to an overall size of 23" x 18", with an opening of 16" x 11". Comes with the COA and a signed 1994 Christmas Card from the Carl Barks family. Fine condition.

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    December, 2015
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