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    The Secret of NIMH Pan Production Background with Mrs. Brisby and Nicodemus Production Cels Setup (Don Bluth/United Artists, 1982). An incredible hand-painted pan production background of Nicodemus' lair is the highlight of this great lot. The background measures a whopping 31.5" x 12.75"! Placed over the background are great trimmed production cels of Nicodemus and Mrs. Brisby, with image sizes of 6" and 3.25". These are seen in the film when Nicodemus gets up from the throne and walks out with Mrs. Brisby. The cel edges have been trimmed in such a way as to conform with the contours of the background, for a pleasing look. This is without a doubt one of the finest setups from this fan-favorite film we've seen to date. The setup is matted with an opening of approximately 31" x 12", and an overall mat size of 39" x 20". Very Good condition.

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    June, 2019
    15th-16th Saturday-Sunday
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