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DescriptionThe Simpsons "Treehouse of Horrors V" Homer Production Cel (Fox, 1994). "I've gone back to the time when dinosaurs weren't confined to zoos." In this segment of Tree House of Horror V from season 6, Homer accidentally turns a toaster into a time machine. It puts into practice the Butterfly Theory's premise that the slightest change to the past will have a profound effect on the future as Homer repeatedly travels back in time, only to return to a very different present. Here is an original hand-painted production cel setup of Homer and sloth-like creature from this segment at the 11:02 mark. The image measures approximately 5.5" x 4"on a 12 field 2-cel setup over a matching print background. It bears a 20th Century Fox seal and comes with a studio Certificate of Authenticity. The art shows minor handling and condition is Fine.
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