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    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs The Vultures Production Cel Courvoisier Setup (Walt Disney, 1937). "The little men will be away, and she'll will be alone... with this old peddler woman... hahahaha." As the Old Hag leaves her canoe with the poisoned apple, she talks out-loud about her plan as she passes under two evil smiling vultures. This is an extremely rare Courvoisier hand-inked, hand-painted trimmed production cel of the vultures from this scene. Nice image of both birds, measuring 4" x 4". "The Vultures" title is added by hand on this airbrushed Courvoisier wood veneer background. The Vultures are among the hardest characters to find in production art from this film, and one of the hardest Courvoisier Wood Veneer pieces to find. In a new glass-front frame, matted with an opening of 6" x 6". Slight curling but all original paint intact. Very Good condition.

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