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    Tweety and the Beanstalk Sylvester and Tweety Production Cel on Production Background (Warner Brothers, 1957). "I tawt I taw an itty bitty Puddy Tat!" says Tweety from this, the third Looney tunes cartoon parody of "Jack and the Beanstalk". In this version, an enormous Tweety is a pet of the Giant and a veritable jackpot for Sylvester. This is a 12 field hand-inked, hand-painted production cel of Sylvester in the process of absconding with his larger than life Tweety Bird prize. The combined characters measure approximately 6" tall on a trimmed cel that is over a 10.5" x 13.5" hand-painted production background from a later short. The background and cel work well together. It's a fabulous vintage cel of the two together. The piece shows minor handling; otherwise, condition is Very Good.

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    December, 2018
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