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    The Smurfs Smurf Village Pan Production Background (Hanna-Barbera, 1981). There are Smurf pieces and there are Smurf pieces, but this one really tops them all. It's a massive 60" x 10" pan production background featuring the image of the Smurf village, complete with signature Mushroom houses. The background is in two layers, with several hand-painted houses on an acetate overlay. In the original Smurf books, Peyo called this village "Le Pays Maudit." This Emmy-winning hit series has now seen two computer-generated feature films be released in recent years. This magnificent painting captures the original feel of the beloved animated series. Fine condition.

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    November, 2013
    20th-24th Wednesday-Sunday
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