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    An Itch In Time Anthony Flea Animation Drawing (Warner Brothers, 1943). From the Robert Clampett directed short that featured Anthony Flea (aka A. Flea) along with Elmer Fudd and his dog (who looks like Willoughby the Dog) that was released on 12/4/43. It had animation by Robert McKimson, from before he became a director. This drawing is from the opening scene where he spies the dog with his telescope at about the 1:21 mark. Produced in 12 field 2-peghole animation drawing format, in graphite with red pencil highlights, A. Flea stands 7" tall. (Which is pretty good for a flea!) The drawing is numbered #11 in bottom right corner and is matted showing the full page dimensions of 11.75" x 9.5". Great expressive image of this irritating (but lovable) pest! There is slight handling and wear, otherwise in Fine condition.

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    June, 2016
    11th-12th Saturday-Sunday
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