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    Tummy Trouble Roger Rabbit and Baby Herman Production Cel (Walt Disney, 1989). "Well, Baby Herman, it looks like smooth sailing from now on!" Well, maybe not, as Roger Rabbit and Baby Herman ride an out-of-control "Atomic Hare Splitter" machine down the hospital halls. This short, inspired by the feature film Who Framed Roger Rabbit was released to theaters on 6/23/89, along with Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. This exceptional original hand-painted production cel of Roger and Baby Herman can be seen at the 5:36 mark; it features a great image of both characters from this "Maroon Cartoon" short. Image sizes are 3" and 4". Cel is placed on a print background of the Atomic Hare Splitter for presentation purposes. Matted with an opening size of 11" x 9", and framed with glass for an overall 22" x 19.5". Please note that the matted brass plate incorrectly identifies this as from the 1988 feature film. Fine condition

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    December, 2017
    9th-10th Saturday-Sunday
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