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    The Two Mousketeers Tom Cat, Jerry Mouse, and Nibbles Production Cel Setup (MGM Studios, 1952). Touché, Monsieur. Pussy Cat! Nibbles (later called Tuffy) instantly captured viewers hearts in the charming William Hanna-Joseph Barbera directed short that won an Academy Award. The three hand-inked, hand-painted cels are each trimmed to the image area and then mounted on a single clear cel, sandwiched between two other clear cels, and stapled to a hand-painted background from another short. This background is marked "Prod 259" in the upper right. Impressive setup from an important film, as this trio would go on to make three more shorts together in this time period. There is paint cracking with minimal paint loss in all three characters. In Good condition.

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    April, 2015
    9th-10th Thursday-Friday
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