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    The Simpsons "The Homer They Fall" Homer Production Cel (Fox, 1996). Here is a superb production cel of Homer from the 156th Simpsons episode, "The Homer They Fall." In this Mark Kirkland-directed episode Homer takes on the champ, Drederick Tatum. Moe reveals that he used to be a boxer, and agrees to coach Homer. He decides that Homer should wait for his opponents to get exhausted from pummeling him, then push them over. Just seconds into the fight, it becomes clear that Tatum is brutal and inexhaustible, meaning that Homer is going to get his ticket punched! In this piece we see poor Homer with ice and a bandage on his head after Moe rescues him from the fight. This fantastic image measures 8" tall, nicely centered in the piece. The cel is 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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