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    Bunker Hill Bunny Bugs Bunny Production Drawing Group (Warner Brothers, 1960s/80s). Bunker Hills Bunny was a 1950 Friz Freleng-directed theatrical short. It was shown on the Bugs Bunny Show in the 1960's. This is a series of production artwork used either for the Bugs Bunny Show or for another TV project. The art by Don Foster shows Bugs in his classic Bunker Hill Bunny pose. One is a trimmed (7" x 10") vintage concept drawing for the original Bunker Hill Bunny (probably used for reference -- Bugs is 5.75" tall), one is a pen and ink final (Bugs is 10.5" tall), and one is a reduced photocopy (Bugs is 8" tall). All average Good condition.

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