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DescriptionThe Fox and the Hound Re-Release Poster/VHS Box Art Illustration (Walt Disney, 1988). "And we'll always be friends forever, won't we?" asks young Tod. "Yeah, forever," says young Copper. This film was first released in the United States on 7/10/81. It would later be re-released in the US on 3/25/88, then released on VHS in 1994. This is the outstanding original published artwork for the 1989 re-release theatrical poster. This artwork also would be used for the marketing efforts again in 1994 for the VHS tape release. This is a massive acrylic painting on heavy board, measuring 32" x 21.5". A hand-painted cel is over the artwork with the title lettering. Back of the art is dated 11/18/87. This is the published original artwork, done by Disney artist Rick Brown. Tape on borders, minor handling wear. Overall condition is Very Good.
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