The Incredible Mr. Limpet Don Knotts...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionThe Incredible Mr. Limpet Don Knotts Signed Limited Edition Production Cel #147/350 (Warner Brothers, 1997). Don Knotts took on some unusual roles after leaving the cast of The Andy Griffith Show in 1965, but his oddest feature film was released while he was still playing Deputy Barney Fife – in the role of a man who turns into a fish! Here's a great hand-painted limited edition cel of the fish who wore glasses, and helped win World War II. Nice large image of him, too, with an overall figure size of 11". The cel is placed on a matched print background, and matted with an opening of 21" x 10", and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 30.25" x 19.25" x 1". Frame is sold as-is. The cel is hand-signed by Don Knotts (1924 – 2006), and includes a WB seal in the lower left; a Warner Bros. Certificate of Authenticity is included on back of the frame. Cel condition is Fine.
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