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    Baton Bunny Bugs Bunny Production Drawing (Warner Brothers, 1959). On January 10th, 1959, Warner Brothers released the Chuck Jones-directed short, Baton Bunny. It contained no dialog and was the first Looney Tune short since Corny Concerto to do this. Like the former, this has a music theme. Bugs was the conductor of the Warner Brothers Symphony Orchestra at the Hollywood Bowl. This original production drawing features Bugs looking rather disheveled. It is graphite with a touch of red pencil and was once trimmed, but has been restored to a 16 field 3-peghole animation page. Bugs is 7" tall. Drawing looks to be possibly from the hand of Abe Levitow or Chuck Jones, by it's style. Fine condition.

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    July, 2014
    1st-2nd Tuesday-Wednesday
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