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    Rock-a-Doodle Poster Illustration Original Art (Don Bluth, 1991). As Chanticleer rocks out over the city, human boy-turned kitten Edmond, Peepers the mouse, Patou the basset hound, and Snipes the magpie ride a pink Cadillac through the flooded farm, in this amazing (and HUGE) goauche/airbrushed illustration. This was created for the original British Quad (30" x 40") movie poster; a very similar image was used for the home video VHS tape release as well. The painting has an image area of 42" x 30" on illustration board. A hand-painted acetate overlay with the title logo is included, but it's torn and incomplete. Overall Good condition with considerable handling and storage wear, but for the right fan, this enormous painting when framed will look great on that empty wall space!

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    24th Sunday
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