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    The Simpsons "Deep Space Homer" Homer Simpson Production Cel (Fox, 1994). Homer wrestles with second thoughts on his trip to outer space and calls Marge for a pep talk in this original production cel from the fifth season of histories longest running tv sitcom. Episode 5 of that season teams Homer with astronaut Buzz Aldrin. It featured the classic line by newsman Kent Brockman, "I for one welcome our new insect overlords" referring to ants which have been released into the space station by Homer. The hand-painted image measures 7" x 8" on a 12 field cel that bears a 20th Century Fox gold seal. The cel is over a matching print background and the setup comes complete with a studio-issued certificate of Authenticity.


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    Bidding Begins Approx.
    November
    23rd Monday
    Auction Dates
    December
    11th-13th Friday-Sunday
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