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DescriptionZoom and Bored and Hip Hip Hurry Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner Animation Drawings (Warner Brothers, 1957-58).
In Latin their names are; Famishus Vulgaris and Birdibus Zippibus but you know them as Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner. Here are a pair of fantastic drawings featuring the two antagonists from Warner Brothers and Chuck Jones (1912 - 2002). The image of "the Coyote" is from Zoom and Bored measuring 1.5". The Road Runner drawing is from Hip Hip Hurry and measures 3.5". Both pieces were rendered in graphite and in a frame of 26" x 19.75" under Plexiglas with an oval shaped double mat opening measuring 4" x 5.5". Frame sold as-is. Screen grab copy included. Very Good condition.
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