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    Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures Production Cel and Animation Drawing (Ralph Bakshi, 1987). A satisfied-looking Mighty Mouse just about fills this original hand-painted 12 field cel, from the cult-classic revival of the old Terrytoons character. Ralph Bakshi's unit included John Kricfalusi and Bruce Timm, among other up-and-coming animators and writers, and this short-lived but influential series has been highly praised by many. The image size measures 11" wide by 8.5" tall. Cel is boldly signed by Ralph Bakshi in the upper left. Also included is the matching animation drawing, done in blue pencil and graphite and signed as well; both cel and drawing are noted as MIP in the lower right. Overall condition is Very Good.

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