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DescriptionRacketeer Rabbit Bugs Bunny Animation Drawing (Warner Brothers, 1946).
"Rocky's gonna rub ya out see." Bugs Bunny, looking for a place to pass the night, happens on an abandoned farmhouse, which, unbeknownst to Bugs, is the hideout of two gangsters, Rocky and Hugo in Warner Brothers' Racketeer Rabbit. The short, directed by Friz Freleng with animation by Virgil Ross, was released on 9/14/46. These are two exceptional drawings of Bugs and Rocky housed in one frame. The image of Rocky measures 5" tall while Bugs stands 4.5" in these graphite drawings. The sheets are trimmed and in a frame of 25.25" x 15.5" under Plexiglas with mat opening of 9.75" x 6" on the Rocky piece and 4.75" x 6" on Bugs. Frame sold as-is. Included are screen grab prints affixed to the back of the frame. Fine condition.
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