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DescriptionThe Simpsons "Trilogy of Error" Homer Simpson Production Cel (Fox, 2001). Homer applies deodorant to assorted regions of his body at the 1:45 mark in season 12 episode 18 titled "Trilogy of Error". This is roundly regarded as the most ambitious Simpsons plot ever, paying homage to such movies as Go and Run Lola Run. It features three different character plots which are spliced together in seemingly random order until they ultimately converge at the end. This is an original hand-painted production cel of Homer who measures 4" x 6.5" on a 12 field cel over a print background. It bears a Fox Studio seal and comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity. It's a magnificent image of Homer blissfully unaware of tragic things to come. Condition is Very Good.
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