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    Rebel Rabbit Background Layout and Production Drawing Group (Warner Brothers, 1949). Exceptional background layout drawing of the United States Post office from the Robert McKimson directed short, Rebel Rabbit. Detailed graphite on paper, mounted to backing board (10.5" x 7.75" image area). On border reads in red graphite "Bugs registers to these steps. In this short Bugs Bunny demands to know why the bounty on hunting rabbits is so low?" Included with this layout drawing is the animation drawing of the Game Commission who is saying "Why is the bounty so low on Rabbits... rabbits are harmless." Commissioner is 6". Graphite with red highlights. Extra pegholes added to keep in a binder. Both pieces are from the same short. In Fine condition.

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    July, 2014
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