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    Cool World Holli Would Animation Drawings Sequence of 10 (Ralph Bakshi/Paramount, 1992). "Be careful!" Holli Would says to Jack Deebs in this combination animation/live action feature film. This film was directed by Ralph Bakshi. The animated star of this film was Holli Would, voiced by Kim Bassinger, who also played her in the live action sequences. This is a series of ten sequenced animation drawings of Holli Would with great large images measuring 10". This is from the scene when she is talking to a tied-up Jack. Art is in graphite with blue pencil on 12 field animation paper. Sequenced, quality drawings like these of this character are rare. Minor handling and edge wear. Overall condition is Good.

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