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    The Simpsons "Grift of the Magi" Bart and Millhouse Production Cel (Fox, 1999). A production cel of Bart Simpson with Millhouse from the "Grift of the Magi" episode -- the 9th show of Season 11, which aired on 12/19/99 and was a parody on the commercialization of Christmas. Guest stars included Joe Mantegna (as Fat Tony), Tim Robbins, and Gary Coleman. Clarence Clemons, Bruce Springsteen's saxophone player was the narrator. The cel is placed on a printed background for presentation purposes. A Fox seal is on the cel and a Fox COA is on the back of the cel. Nice 3" to 4" images, in Fine condition.

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