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    The Rescuers Madame Medusa and Mr. Snoops Production Cel on Master Production Background (Walt Disney, 1977).
    The evil Madam Medusa marvels at the world's largest diamond, The Devil's Eye in this original Master setup from Disney's 23rd animated feature film. This movie is considered the first in the Disney Renaissance and its success spawned the first sequel The Rescuers Down Under. Condition is Very Good. This is an incredible image of the villains with their object of desire from the 50:48 mark. This is an original hand-painted 12 field production cel with an overall image of 8.25" x 7.25" over an original hand-painted production background. The master setup is features an exceptional pose from a key scene in the film. Truly a one-of-a-kind piece from a popular Disney classic. Condition is Very Good and the frame is sold as-is. $750, Disney Features, floor

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