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DescriptionHair Ribbin' Bugs Bunny Animation Drawing and Animator's Disk Group of 2 (Warner Brothers, 1944). Bugs concedes to serve himself up in a sandwich and summons his canine antagonist with a dinner bell in this original drawing from the Bob Clampett-directed short Hare Ribbin'. The 5" x 6" image of Bugs is rendered in graphite and red pencil on 12 field 2-peghole paper and is numbered 56 in the lower right corner. The drawing is presented over the original animation disk used by Schlesinger Studio Animator Rev Chaney. The 3-peg disk metal and glass disk measures 16" across. This is a unique offering of animation art with vintage studio equipment. The drawing shows tanning and handling on the disk shows use over several decades; otherwise condition is Very Good. From the Rev Chaney Archives.
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