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    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs "Some Day My Prince Will Come" Production Cel Courvoisier Setup (Walt Disney, 1937). White doves crowd around the well to listen to Snow White sing the movie's classic song "Some Day My Prince Will Come," in this beautiful Courvoisier setup. As in most Courvoisier pieces, the cels are carefully hand-trimmed to the image and mounted on a separate clear cel, with a custom painted background added for presentation purposes. The setup is matted with an opening of 7" x 6.5", with a special opening in back to reveal portions of the original Courvoisier label. Framed using glass for an overall size of 21.5" x 21". Frame is sold as-is. Cel setup shows some minor waviness. Very Good condition. From The Forbes Collection.

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