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    The Dot and the Line Production Cel Presentation Setup (MGM, 1965). Original hand-painted and hand-crafted production cel from the Academy Award-winning short, The Dot and the Line. This short was co-directed by Chuck Jones and Maurice Noble and released on 12/31/65. It was the first Academy Award Chuck Jones was awarded in a producer role. This is a special framed setup that was put together in honor of Chuck Jones being presented with an Honorary Academy Award in 1996. The frame houses a hand-signed by Chuck Jones (1912-2002) production cel, with a photo of Chuck Jones and engraved plaque. The Dot and the Line production cel has a mat opening of 12" x 10". Overall impressive Plexiglas-front frame setup is 25" x 32". The cel has a Linda Jones seal and Linda Jones Letter of Authenticity on the back of the frame. Fine condition.

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