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    Yankee Doodle Cricket Production Cel Group of 4 (Chuck Jones Productions, 1975). Nice grouping of original hand-painted production cels from the Chuck Jones-directed Bicentennial-themed animated TV Special. Included are two multi-cel setups: Harry the Cat with Tucker the Mouse and Chester the Cricket riding along (a 3-cel setup; combined image area measures 6.25" x 3.25"), and a 2-cel setup with Paul Revere and his horse (head and neck of the horse only; combined image area 6.5" x 7"). Individual cels include Rattlesnake (5.5" x 3.5") and Chester the Cricket (4" x 4.75"). Four cels include a Chuck Jones imprint in the lower left corner. Yankee Doodle Cricket was the third in the Chuck Jones trilogy that included The Cricket in Time Square and A Very Merry Cricket. Fine condition on all. NOTE: There are FOUR cels/cel setups in this group.

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