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DescriptionTom and Jerry "Jerry, Jerry Quite Contrary" Production Cel (MGM, 1966). From 1963-67 Chuck Jones along with many of the artists and writers from his Warner Brothers. animation unit, including Maurice Noble and Michael Maltese moved to MGM and made a series of theatrical Tom and Jerry cartoons. In this one a sleepwalking Jerry torments Tom in a variety of ways. This is an original production cel setup from the 2:36 mark where Tom wraps Jerry in twine and sets him spinning like a top. The 6" x 6" image is hand-inked and hand-painted on a 12 field cel that bears a Linda Jones seal and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. The cel has been laminated and there are several ridges where the lamination has separated. A second cel of Jerry's eye is over it. Condition is Good.
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