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DescriptionRobin Hood Production Cel Setup (Walt Disney, 1973). "Shoot him!" commands Prince John in the nail-biting climactic final scenes of the Disney animated feature classic Robin Hood. Seen at the 1:18:00 mark of the film, this is a spectacular hand-painted production cel setup of Robin Hood, accompanied by the flame effects from the very same frame, in the moment just before he takes a desperate leap from the tower of Prince John's castle. An impressive and large image, this setup is framed under glass with a mat window size of 14" x 10" and an overall frame size of 21.5" x 17.5". The cels bear an official Walt Disney seal and show minor handling wear with some wrinkling. The condition is Very Good. The frame is sold as is.
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