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    The Little Mermaid Ariel and Flounder Production Cel Setup (Walt Disney, 1988). "There it is, isn't it fantastic! Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, have you ever seen anything so wonderful in your life?" asks Ariel to Flounder as they explore the sunken ship and she finds the dinglehopper (a fork). This is a very sweet hand-painted production cel setup of Ariel and Flounder for the opening scene of the movie, right before the shark attacks. Great full figure image of Ariel with her mermaid tail, measuring 8" with Flounder measuring 2.5". Great hand-inked bubble effects cel is over the two. This lovely production cel setup is on a print background for presentation purposes. A Disney seal is on the cel and Disney COA on back of the frame. Mat opening size is 16" x 10" with an overall Plexiglas-front frame size of 24" x 18". This is one great Ariel and Flounder cel! Fine condition.

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    June, 2018
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