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    Sleeping Beauty Prince Phillip and the Dragon Production Cel Setup (Walt Disney, 1959). Outstanding trimmed hand-inked production cels of Prince Phillip and Maleficent as the Dragon. Great of 4" and 6" images. These fantastic cels are on a lithographic print background featuring the thorns and the castle bridge. It is rare to have these two characters together. As a bonus, the cover cel is signed by Marc Davis (1913-2000), one of Walt Disney's original Nine Old men, a Disney Legend Inductee, and the man who animated both Briar Rose/Princess Aurora and Maleficent in this landmark film. A dramatic cel setup with an impressive 15" x 11" image area. Slight paint separation in the dragon's tail; otherwise, in Fine condition.

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    December, 2016
    10th-11th Saturday-Sunday
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