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    Race for Your Life Charlie Brown Snoopy and Woodstock Production Cel and Animation Drawings Group (Bill Melendez, 1977). Is Snoopy wearing a Grateful Dead-inspired motorcycle helmet? Outstanding hand-inked, hand-painted production cel of Snoopy and Woodstock in their motorcycle driving gear. The cels are on a print background of Snoopy's doghouse for presentation purposes. This is from the third animated feature film starring the Peanuts characters. It was the first film done after the passing of Vince Guaraldi. Nice two-character cel with images measuring 1" and 2.5". Snoopy is in a pseudo "Joe Cool" pose. Matted with an opening size of 10.5" x 9"; framed Plexiglas for an overall size of 17.5" x 15.5". Peanuts feature film production cels are hard to find. NOTE: the matching animation drawings are included with the framed cel! Fine condition.

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