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DescriptionThe Wacky Wabbit Elmer Fudd Animation Drawings Group of 4 (Warner Brothers, 1942). "There's something awfuwy scwewy going on awound here!" declares Elmer in this classic cartoon directed by Bob Clampett. It's a wonderful assortment of original production drawings rendered in graphite and red pencil on 12 field 2-peghole paper. Two of the drawings are in sequence from the scene at the 2:42 mark where Elmer peers down Bugs' rabbit hole and the images measure a staggering 7.5" x 8". The two other drawings include a 5" tall full-body image of Elmer pulling up his pants and a lone facial expression. This is early vintage Warner Brothers production artwork from the Golden Age of Animation. The lot shows light handling and condition is Very Good. From the Rev Chaney Archives.
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