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    Rabbit Rampage Bugs Bunny Production Cel (Warner Brothers, 1955). "What's goin on here anyway?" a bedeviled Bugs Bunny asks the artist in the foreground after having a yellow streak painted down his back. This sequel to Duck Amuck with the roles swapped out and now Bugs is the one who must battle with an off-screen prankster (Elmer). This short was directed by Chuck Jones and written by Mike Maltese, the team responsible for many of Warner Brothers most imaginative and entertaining cartoons. This is an original vintage hand-inked, hand-painted 12 field production cel of Bugs Bunny in full-figure measuring 7.5" tall is numbered 427. It can be seen around the 1:46 mark. Original Bugs Bunny cels of this quality from vintage Looney Tunes shorts are the gold standard for Warner Brothers collectors and are very rare. Minor hairline cracks in the white paint areas and a small chip in Bug's left hand. Condition is Very Good.

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    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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