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DescriptionVirgil Ross - Yosemite Sam Sequenced Drawing Original Art (Warner Brothers, c. 1990s).
Sam blasts out his rendition of "Sweet Georgia Brown" for widowed "Emma" in this fun four-pose sequenced drawing, inspired by the Friz Freleng-directed Bugs Bunny short, Hare Trimmed (1953). Longtime Warner Brothers animator Virgil Ross (who worked on the original cartoon) created this fun drawing on 16 field animation paper. Mr. Ross was known for his action and dance sequences, as well as his funny facial expressions. Several of the cartoons he worked on were nominated for Academy Awards, and Mr. Ross himself was given the prestigious Winsor McCay Award in 1988. He spent time at several other studios, most notably Hanna-Barbera and Filmation. Mr. Ross began releasing hand-painted Limited Edition cels of his famous Looney Tunes scenes as part of the "Master's Collection" cels sold at Warner Bros. Studio Stores and animation galleries. This signed piece has the exact same image as one of Ross' long sold-out limited edition cels; it has a combined image area of 15" x 7". Fine condition.
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