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    The Magical World of Disney "Mickey's 60th Birthday" Roger Rabbit Production Cels Group of 2 (Walt Disney, 1988). Nobody celebrates a birthday like Disney! On November 13,1988 NBC broadcast a special edition of the television series The Magical World of Disney to mark the occasion of Mickey's 60th Birthday. Not unlike Who Framed Roger Rabbit, which had been recently released, much of the footage featured in the film is live-action with newly-made animation, although some of the animation used for some scenes were made from existing footage. Offered in this lot are two original production cels from the special featuring the frantic, over-anxious Roger Rabbit. The cels are hand-painted on 16 field acetate. Housed in 18" x 14" matboards. Great cels from this 30-year old special! Overall condition is Very Good.

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