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    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Snow White and Woodland Creatures Production Cel and Master Background Setup (Walt Disney, 1937). One of the sweetest Snow White setups to ever come to market! This setup is comprised of several layers of hand-inked, hand-painted cels that have been trimmed to image and mounted on a clear cel. The cels have had professional paint restoration done. They are placed on a Master hand-painted production background. The background of the forest is cut from the left side of a pan production background seen right after Snow White kisses Grumpy and says "You do care." As he leaves to go to work, he is so dazzled by the kiss that he runs into a tree! The background has had professional restoration work done as well. The lower margin of the background says "Stop Sc. 22" and "Start Sc 27". Snow White is 5" x 4". In Fine condition.

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    April, 2015
    9th-10th Thursday-Friday
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