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    Pinocchio Production Cel and Master Background (Walt Disney, 1940). Pinocchio and Figaro the cat are featured in this splendid production cel, paired with an original key master background painted by Disney artist Claude Coats. The 4" tall Pinocchio and 2" long Figaro figures are carefully trimmed, Courvoisier-style, and the scene is beautifully matted and Plexiglas framed, with a brass nameplate, for a size of 19.5" x 17". The paint is in Fine condition; overall condition appears Excellent. Disney's adaptation of Carlo Collodi's classic story of a humble puppeteer and his desire to raise a real-life son remains one of the best of the studio's animated features, and for lovers of that film, this piece is sure to thrill.

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    February, 2013
    21st-23rd Thursday-Saturday
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