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    A Hare Grows in Manhattan Bugs Bunny Animation Drawing Signed by Virgil Ross (Warner Brothers, 1947). An original 12 field, 3-top peghole animation drawing of Bugs Bunny in graphite by Looney Tunes animator Virgil Ross, from his personal collection and signed by him. Bugs measures 4", with #102 is written in the lower right corner; in red graphite over Bugs is the notation "abbed da nearest T". The drawing is signed by Virgil Ross, and matted and framed with Plexiglas to 17" x 15". On the reverse of the frame is the dedication "To Stuart/Best Wishes/Virgil Ross" as well as a letter of authenticity signed by Ross. In Fine condition.

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    July, 2014
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