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DescriptionThe Simpsons "Treehouse of Horrors VII" Bart and Hugo Production Cel Setup (Fox, 1996). The "Treehouse of Horrors" season 8 began with The Thing and I in which it is discovered that Bart's conjoined twin is kept in the attic. This is an original hand-painted production cel setup from that first of three segments and can be seen at the 05:25 mark as Bart discovers Hugo foraging for dinner. It's an exceptional image of the tow in full figure measuring approximately 5' x 4" on a 12 field 2-cel setup. Hugo's meal of fish heads is classic. The setup is over a print background and comes complete with a Fox Studios Certificate of Authenticity. It's a wonderful piece from the episode from one of the great Three House of Horrors Halloween specials. Minor handling and condition is Very Good.
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