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    The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show Bullwinkle, Rocky, and Mr. Peabody Signed Scene Cel (Jay Ward, 1989). "Hello poetry lovers!" Bullwinkle and Mr. Peabody take to the mics as Rocky gives the signal that they're on the air. This is a very rare hand-inked, hand-painted Scene cel featuring a highly sought-after brown Bullwinkle. Scene cels were sold at the Dudley Do-Right Emporium on Sunset Blvd. in West Hollywood. These Scene cels were originally sold unsigned and usually featured an orange Bullwinkle. The cel is signed by two of the show's original directors, Bill Hurtz (1919 - 2002) and Gerard Baldwin (1929 - 2018) as well as studio head, Jay Ward (1920 - 1989). While similar Scene cels exist, very few include these three characters together and these three important signatures. It is in a mat measuring 16" x 20", with an opening of 10" x 12". Condition is Fine.

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    June, 2019
    15th-16th Saturday-Sunday
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