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    Hare Ribbin' Bugs Bunny Animation Drawing (Warner Brothers, 1944). "I am looking for little gray rabbit... I think that was the rabbit!" says voice artist Sam Wolfe (imitating radio's "Mad Russian," Bert Gordon) as the Russian Hunting Dog. "Who else?" replies Bugs! Here's an extremely rare 12 field animation drawing of Bugs Bunny from the Bob Clampett-directed short that was released on 6/24/44. Animation was done by Robert McKimson. It's an outstanding graphite image measuring 7". It can be seen at around the 2:00 minute mark after Bugs kisses the dog and runs away. Extra pegholes were added, indicating this was kept in a binder. 1940s-era Bugs Bunny drawings of this caliber are very rare! Matted with an opening size of 12.5" x 10.5", and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 22" x 19.5". Minor handling. Fine condition.

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    July, 2017
    1st-2nd Saturday-Sunday
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