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DescriptionCat Feud Layout Drawing (Warner Brothers, 1958). This short was the last appearance of Marc Anthony and Pussyfoot. It was Directed by Chuck Jones and written by Mike Maltese. In this short, for some reason, Marc Anthony is grey, and not his usual brown color. This is a rare Chuck Jones original layout drawing of Marc Anthony. It's graphite on 12 field three peghole animation paper. An original piece of Chuck Jones artwork, it comes with a one-of-one hand-painted cel that was created from this exact scene. The 12 field cel is on a print background for presentation. This original artwork from the legendary Chuck Jones (1912 - 2002) combined with a hand-painted one-of-one cel makes a great setup. Excellent images that stand 3" and 5" tall. Condition is Fine.
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