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    September in the Rain Dutch Girls Production Cel (Warner Brothers, 1937). Four little Dutch girls in wooden clogs do a dance in this rare original hand-inked, hand-painted 12 field production cel. It's from the Friz Freleng-directed short released on 12/18/1937, where labels on various products in a grocery store come to life and put on a show one dark and rainy night. In this case, the labels are from cans of "Old Maid Cleanser" (a takeoff on Old Dutch Cleanser). This is right before the girls take a bow from behind, seen in online viewings at about the 1:00 mark. Figure sizes are 3.5". The cel is noted as 69 in the lower right. Handling and edge wear, with several small paint chips out on three of the figures. Good condition.


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    October, 2020
    18th-19th Sunday-Monday
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