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    Looney Tunes Studio Signed Christmas Cards Group of 3 (Warner Brothers, 1955 - 1978). For all you Looney Tunes fans, here's the perfect lot for the holiday season! This is a rare 1950s Christmas card featuring Bugs Bunny from legendary Warner Brothers writer Mike Maltese and his family. It reads "Hi Ya Doc! I'm cookin up... a great big wish for you... Used everything that's in the book. I hope it all comes true, Merry Christmas, Happy New Year - Mr and Mrs Michael Maltese and Brenda." In addition, two Christmas cards from 1976 and 1978, signed by Chuck Jones are also included. Both reference Jones' productions from their respective years. One features images from the Pogo Special Birthday Special and Carnival of the Animals while the other one shows the cast of A Connecticut Rabbit in King Arthur's Court. All Items in this lot show minor handling wear; overall, condition is Very Good.

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    December, 2018
    8th-9th Saturday-Sunday
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