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    Robin Hood Production Cel (Walt Disney, 1973). The story of Robin Hood and Little John, two outlaws living in Sherwood Forest who rob from the rich and give to the poor, dates back to 13th Century English folklore. In this lot is a fantastic production cel from Walt Disney's version of the tale. Robin Hood was directed by one of "Walt's Nine Old Men" and a Disney Legend Inductee, Wolfgang (Woolie) Reitherman and released on 11/8/73. The cel features our hero in a sword fight with one of the guards. This is a superb image, measuring a whopping 8.5" x 11". The cel was hand-painted at the world-famous Disney Ink and Paint Department in Burbank. The piece is in a frame of 17" x 13". Frame sold as-is. The cel appears to have some mild paint discoloration. Good condition. From the Lee Reem Collection.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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