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DescriptionWho Framed Roger Rabbit? Mickey Mouse Production Cel (Disney/Amblin, 1988). Mickey and Eddie Valiant plummet to earth in this scene from the groundbreaking box-office hit Who Framed Roger Rabbit? This is an original hand-painted production cel of Mickey Mouse from the scene where he and Bugs Bunny make their one and only theatrical appearance together. The image of Mickey measures 4" X 3" on a 14 field cel over a black and white photo of the live-action background. This is one of the last theatrical appearances of Mickey that utilized cels and he had very limited screen time in the film, making production art of him from it truly hard to come by. The cel bears a studio seal in the lower right corner and comes complete with a Disney COA. The piece shows minor handling and condition is Very Good.
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