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    The Aristocats Edgar and Napoleon Production Cel (Walt Disney, 1970). Disney's twentieth animated feature was originally going to be a live action two-part show on the Wonderful World of Color TV series. Walt Disney decided it would be better animated and appointed Ken Anderson to do preliminary artwork. This was the last animated feature film Walt gave his personal approval on. Here is an outstanding 16 field hand-painted production cel of both Edgar (the film's villain, who wants to get rid of the cats to inherit the old lady's fortune) with Napoleon (along with Lafayette, one of two bloodhound dog characters in the film). Napoleon is attacking Edgar as he is intruding on the farm. Great large, dramatic images, measuring 8" x 10". The cel is noted as #44 in the bottom right corner, and is on a print background for presentation purposes. Fine condition.

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