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    The Simpsons "The Homer They Fall" Fat Tony Production Cel (Fox, 1996). "I don't get mad, I get stabby." Says Fat Tony, the Don of the Springfield Mafia. He has been behind several of Springfield's criminal enterprises. Fat Tony and his associates meet in a club known as the Legitimate Businessman's Social Club. Here is a RARE Fat Tony production cel from "The Homer They Fall." The Mark Kirkland-directed episode initially aired on 11/10/96 as the 156th Simpsons episode. To date, The Simpsons is the longest running scripted television show in history with 654 episode and still counting! Fat Tony is voiced by Joe Mantegna, best known for his role as David Rossi in Criminal Minds. Originally, Tony was going to be voiced by Hank Azaria. However, Matt Groening decided to make Fat Tony a Special Guest Voice and chose Mantegna. This terrific Fat Tony cel was hand-painted on 12 field acetate and paired with a copy/print of the original background for presentation purposes. Normal production handling. Overall condition is Very Good.

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