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    It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown Book Illustration Cel and Background Group of 2 (Bill Melendez, 1978). "Good Grief. It's two in the morning! Where is that stupid brother of mine? He must still be out in the pumpkin patch waiting for the GREAT PUMPKIN!" Pair of unique cel and Key Master illustration page setups. One showcases Lucy waking up to see that Linus is not home and the second is one of Lucy putting her baby brother Linus to bed after his long sad night. These were done for the Read Along Book and Record that came out in 1978. They can be seen on pages 20 and 22. This is a printed line art cel placed on a hand-painted Key Master background on illustration board. Each one is approximately 11" x 10" with the background painting approximately 8" x 7" and 9" x 7.5". Nice images of 2" - 3". What a great matched pair! Fine condition.

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    June, 2016
    11th-12th Saturday-Sunday
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