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ORIGINAL ANIMATION CELS


ORIGINAL ANIMATION PRODUCTION DRAWINGS

Pencilled drawings, sometimes coloured, created by a studio artist of an animated character or object from which the cels are later created. Basically the drawing is transferred to the surface of a celluloid (cel) either by hand-inking or xerography. The reverse side is then painted using guoache or acrylic paints. Once the cel is complete it may be combined with other cels for the camera shot.

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BATMAN

The Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour was a half hour show that aired in 1977-1978. In 1976 Filmation started a new Tarzan, Lord Of The Jungle cartoon series. The following year they coupled Batman with Tarzan as The Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour, which mixed new Batman cartoons with new Tarzan cartoons. The third season changed again by keeping Batman and calling it Tarzan and the Super-7. The Batman/Tarzan Adventure Hour premiered on CBS in September, 1977 and was a Filmation Production.

BATMAN PRODUCTION DRAWING A…..$125
-circa: 1977
-Image Size: 10.5 x 12.5
-Batarang
-Signed by original TV Batman ADAM WEST

BATMAN PRODUCTION DRAWING B…..$95
-circa: 1977
-Image Size: 10.5 x 12.5
-Batman running
-From the original animated Batman series


CAP'N CRUNCH

Popular television commercial figurehead, Captain Crunch premiered in 1963 and has been going strong since.

CAP'N CRUNCH PRODUCTION DRAWING …..$25
-Image Size: 10.5 x 12.5
-Used in a television commercial
-CAP'N CRUNCH website


DONALD DUCK (SEE WALT DISNEY'S DONALD DUCK)


FERDINAND THE BULL (SEE WALT DISNEY'S FERDINAND THE BULL)


FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEETS

Environmentally friendly animated film with a strong message. Zak (voiced by Christian Slater) is a heavy-machine operator whose job is to push over any vegetation in his path. He's shrunken to wee size however when Crysta (Samantha Mathis), a fairy of the forest, wants him to see the results of his handiwork. Zak sees the beauty and magic of Ferngully and vows to save it, but it may be too late. They end up battling Hexxus, an evil force imprisoned in a tree, which now wants to destroy all of Ferngully. Robin Williams offers genuine comic relief as a bat named Batty Koda..

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 01…..$65

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 02…..$65

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 03…..$65

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 04…..$65

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 05…..$60

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 06…..$60

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 08…..$75

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 09…..$65

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 10…..$65

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 11…..$65

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 12…..$65

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 13…..$65

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 14…..$65

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 15…..$65

FERNGULLY THE LAST RAINFOREST MODEL SHEET 16…..$95
-Circa: 1992
-Average image size: 11x17


THE FLINTSTONES

Produced by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, The Flintstones burst onto the screen in 1960 as the first animated situation comedy shown in primetime television and ran for six seasons. The final episode aired on April 01, 1966 though the series continued to have a strong afterlife in syndication and has been around in one form or another ever since. Patterned after Jackie Gleason's The HONEYMOONERS, The Flintstones were designed as a program for the entire family and did not appear as "children's television" until its rebroadcast by NBC in 1967. Since that time, the Flintstones have been the subject of three feature films and countless spin-offs and specials, not to mention years of product endorsement including such sponsors as Alka-Seltzer, One-A-Day Vitamins, and Post Cereals.

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING 01…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING 02…..$25

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING 03…..$25

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING 04…..$25

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING 05…..$25
-All drawings used in an unknown television commercial
-All sheets are sized: 10.5 x 12.5
- FLINTSTONES website

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING A…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING B…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING C…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING D…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING E…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING F…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING G…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING H…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING I…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING J…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING K…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING L…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING M…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING N…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING O…..$50

FLINSTONES PRODUCTION DRAWING P…..$50
-All drawings used in an unknown television show


GOOFY (SEE WALT DISNEY'S "GOOFY")


M & M PEANUTS

In 1941 Forrest Mars goes into business with Bruce Murrie, president of the Hershey Chocolate Company and M&M Ltd is born. M&M's popularized the practice of product placement with E.T. The Extra Terrestrial's fondness for M&M's, and the practice has steamrollered since. In 1981, M&M'S Chocolate Candies were chosen by the first space shuttle astronauts to be included in their food supply. M&M'S Chocolate Candies are now on permanent display at the space food exhibit of the National Air & Space Museum in Washington D.C.

M & M PEANUTS PRODUCTION DRAWINGS .... $50 each
-Used in 50th anniversary M&M candy commercial
-10 pages available, please inquire
-1991


PEANUTS

CHARLES M. SCHULZ created and began drawing "Peanuts" in 1950, and the comic strip went on to become perhaps the most famous and enduring in history. The adventures of Charlie Brown, his dog Snoopy, and their friends is one of the most popular comic strips in history, appearing in more than 2,000 newspapers and translated into more than two dozen languages. Schulz received many awards and honors for his work, including the prestigious Reuben Award given by the National Cartoonists Society in 1955 and 1964. Schulz continued to draw the daily strip until just before his death in 2000.

PEANUTS PRODUCTION DRAWING 01…..$125
-Bears the Peanuts Film Gallery seal

PEANUTS PRODUCTION DRAWING 02…..$125
-Bears the Peanuts Film Gallery seal

PEANUTS PRODUCTION DRAWING 03…..$125
-Lucy

PEANUTS PRODUCTION DRAWING 04…..$125
PEANUTS PRODUCTION DRAWING 05…..$125
PEANUTS PRODUCTION DRAWING 06…..$125
PEANUTS PRODUCTION DRAWING 07…..$125
PEANUTS PRODUCTION DRAWING 08…..$125
-All drawings are sized: 10.5 x 12.5"
-All drawings used in the making of a Peanuts cartoon
- PEANUTS website


PETER PAN

PETER PAN PRODUCTION DRAWING 01…..$95

PETER PAN PRODUCTION DRAWING 02…..$95
-Each Image Size: 10.5 x 12.5
-Both drawings used in a Peter Pan Peanut Butter commercial


PINK PANTHER

The PINK PANTHER first appeared in 1963 when director Blake Edwards needed an animated opening sequence for his film "The Pink Panther". He assigned the newly formed DePatie-Freleng (headed by Looney Toons director Friz Freleng and producer David H. DePatie) to create a cartoon character for the film's opening sequence. Edwards chose a design drawn by Hawley Pratt, who was Freleng's layout man for nearly a decade. Pratt was assigned to direct the opening sequence for the movie and the Panther literally stole the show, so United Artists decided to give the Panther his own theatrical series.


HUNDREDS OF PINK PANTHER PRODUCTION DRAWINGS …..$20 EACH
-Image Size: 10.5 x 12.5
-Used in the 1980s-90s television cartoons


PINOCCHIO

A nose that grows, a giant sea monster and a wild theme park where youthful patrons take the ultimate thrill ride are just some of the larger-than-life exploits that Pinocchio encounters during his quest to become a real boy.

PINOCCHIO PRODUCTION DRAWING ....$75
-circa: 1992
-Image Size: 10.5 x 12.5
-Used in the Good Times Video production of "Pinocchio"
-Comes with a matching production cel


SLEEPING BEAUTY (SEE WALT DISNEY'S "SLEEPING BEAUTY")


THE SMURFS

The Smurfs was a wildly popular 1980s cartoon. So popular, in fact, that it spurted a spinoff called the Snorks! It all started with a cartoon strip by Peyo in Belgium. The director of NBC, Fred Silverman, saw how much his daughter liked a smurf doll featured in a store window and The Smurfs cartoon series was born. Smurfs are three apples high; their village was rarely discovered by anyone besides Gargamel and Azreal, and if it was found, the Smurfs used "smurf magic" to erase the memory of the village.


SMURFS PRODUCTION DRAWINGS …..$50 each

-circa: 1981
-Image Size: 10.5 x 12.5
-Used in the animated television cartoon
-SMURFS website
-Dozens more drawings in stock, please inquire


SUPER FRIENDS

"Their mission: To fight injustice, right that which is wrong and serve all mankind."
Several years after Filmation's brief vision of a group of Superheroes featured together, Hanna-Barbera Studios acquired the rights to the DC Comics characters and teamed up Superman, Batman, Robin, Aquaman and Wonder Woman with Junior Superfriends Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog. Subsequent episodes added other superheros including Flash, Hawkman, Green Lantern, Apache Chief, Black Bolt & The Wonder Twins.

SUPER FRIENDS PRODUCTION DRAWING 01…..$75
-Superman

SUPER FRIENDS PRODUCTION DRAWING 02…..$75
-Kalibak

SUPER FRIENDS PRODUCTION DRAWING 03…..$75
-Wonder Woman

SUPER FRIENDS PRODUCTION DRAWING 04…..$75
-Clark Kent
-All drawings circa: 1974
-All drawings sized: 10.5 x 12.5
-All drawings used in a Hanna-Barbera cartoon production
-SUPERFRIENDS website
-Dozens more pages available, please inquire


SWORD IN THE STONE (SEE WALT DISNEY'S SWORD IN THE STONE)


WALT DISNEY'S DONALD DUCK

Arguably the most popular of the Disney characters, DONALD DUCK debuted in the Silly Symphonies cartoon The Wise Little Hen on June 9, 1934. His fiery temper endeared him to audiences, and in the 1940s he surpassed Mickey Mouse in the number of cartoons reaching the theaters. Eventually, there were 128 Donald Duck cartoons, but he also appeared in a number of others with Mickey, Goofy and Pluto. Hot-headed Donald is a little man in a big world that's trying to keep him down. Call it fate, or call it lack of self-control, nothing goes right for this duck

WALT DISNEY'S DONALD DUCK PRODUCTION DRAWING 01…..$295
-Donald with a mallet

WALT DISNEY'S DONALD DUCK PRODUCTION DRAWING 02…..$295
-Donald on an old bike

-Both drawings circa: 1930s-1940s
-Image Size of Drawings 01 & 02: 10.5 x 12.5"
-Unknown vintage production

WALT DISNEY'S DONALD DUCK PRODUCTION DRAWING A…..$195

WALT DISNEY'S DONALD DUCK PRODUCTION DRAWING B…..$195

WALT DISNEY'S DONALD DUCK PRODUCTION DRAWING C…..$195

WALT DISNEY'S DONALD DUCK PRODUCTION DRAWING D…..$195
-Image Size of drawings A-C: 10.5 x 12.5"
-Drawings A, B and C used in an Animation short shown at Epcot Center
-Drawings A, B and C come with an original production cel


WALT DISNEY'S FERDINAND THE BULL

In 1935, author and illustrator Munro Leaf wrote THE STORY OF FERDINAND THE BULL, an entertaining short story for children. Ferdinand was a mellow bull, content to smell flowers - not the type to get into fights with matadors. But one day when he is stung by a bee, the townspeople believe he is ferocious and take him to the bullfight ring. Ferdinand's popularity led Walt Disney to create an Academy Award winning animated short film.

WALT DISNEY'S FERDINAND THE BULL PRODUCTION DRAWING…..$295
-circa: 1938
-Image Size: 10.5 x 12.5
-Two folded lines on the right side of page
- Sandra Bullock uses Ferdinand The Bull as a comparison to her adopted son Michael in the movie The Blind Side
- FERDINAND THE BULL website


WALT DISNEY'S GOOFY

Good-natured but not too bright, this popular character made his first appearance, as a member of the audience in "Mickey's Revue" (1932). What distinguished the character was not so much his appearance but his raucous laugh. That laugh, supplied by former circus clown Pinto Colvig, made such an impression on Walt Disney that the character was soon featured in other cartoons. In the newspapers, Goofy was first given the name Dippy Dawg. In 1938 he became "Dippy the Goof" and by 1939 the final change was made to Goofy with the release of the cartoon "Goofy and Wilbur".

WALT DISNEY'S GOOFY PRODUCTION DRAWING …..$275
-circa: 1930s-1940s
-Image Size: 10.5 x 12.5
-Unknown vintage production
-Goofy in a cowboy getup


WALT DISNEY'S THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS

Based on Clement C. Moore's classic poem, a 1933 Silly Symphony short tackling Santa's task of delivering the gifts he made in Santa's workshop to the children of the world.

WALT DISNEY'S NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS PRODUCTION DRAWING…..$325
-circa: 1933
-Image Size: 10.5 x 12.5
-Partially colored with pencil crayons
- NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS website


WALT DISNEY'S THE PRACTICAL PIG

A Silly Symphony sequel to the oscar winning THREE LITTLE PIGS animation short, The PRACTICAL PIG builds a lie-detector while his brothers Fifer and Fiddler go for a swim. As usual, The Big Bad Wolf is not far behind.

WALT DISNEY'S PRACTICAL PIG PRODUCTION DRAWING 01…..$350

WALT DISNEY'S PRACTICAL PIG PRODUCTION DRAWING 02…..$350
-Both drawings circa: 1939
-Image Size of both drawings: 10.5 x 12.5"
- PRACTICAL PIG website


WALT DISNEY'S SLEEPING BEAUTY (1959)

Destined by a terrible curse to prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and become a Sleeping Beauty, this Disney animated fairy tale with music beautifully adapted from Tchaikovsky, depicts three magical fairies (Flora, Fauna and Merryweather) sheltering Princess Aurora from harm. Masterful Disney animation and celebrated musical score enrich the romantic, humorous and suspenseful story of the fairies and the valiant Prince Phillip, who vows to save his beloved princess. Phillips' bravery and devotion are challenged when he must confront the overwhelming forces of evil conjured by the wicked and terrifying maleficent

WALT DISNEY'S SLEEPING BEAUTY PRODUCTION DRAWING…..$395
-circa: 1959
-Image Size: 12.5 x 15.5
-Disney's most expensive film ($06 Million)
-Timeless Disney classic
-Character's name: KING HUBERT


WALT DISNEY'S THE SWORD IN THE STONE (1963)

Based upon T.H. White's beloved novel, this Disney movie version chronicles the tutoring of the Once and Future King, Arthur. In the churchyard of a cathedral in London a sword appears imbedded in a stone, inscribed: "Whoso pulleth out this sword of this stone and anvil is rightwise king born of England." Although many try, no one can budge the sword from the stone. Deep in the woods, kindly Merlin the Magician begins to teach 11-year-old Arthur (who is called "Wart") to become the ruler of the Britons

WALT DISNEY'S SWORD IN THE STONE PRODUCTION DRAWING…..$375
-Circa: 1963
-Image Size: 12.5 x 15.5
-Character's name: WORT


WALT DISNEY'S WINNIE THE POOH

During World War I, a Canadian lieutenant named Harry Colebourne was on his way to Europe when he bought an orphaned black bear cub. He named her Winnipeg (Winnie for short), after his hometown. When Colebourne was transferred, he gave Winnie to the London Zoo. It was here that Christopher Robin Milne, son of author A.A. Milne, met and fell in love with the bear. He renamed his teddy bear (a male originally named Edward Bear) Winnie-the-Pooh. (The "Pooh" part was the name of a real swan). Inspired by his son's beloved stuffed animals, A.A. Milne wrote "Winnie-the-Pooh", which was published in 1926. Milne, always a fan of Disney's work, had commented that he would be honored if Disney ever wanted to animate his Pooh stories, so in 1961 his daughter sold the film rights to Disney who made several animated short films.

WALT DISNEY'S WINNIE THE POOH PRODUCTION DRAWING 01…..$95
-Winnie The Pooh

WALT DISNEY'S WINNIE THE POOH PRODUCTION DRAWING 02…..$95
-Rabbit

WALT DISNEY'S WINNIE THE POOH PRODUCTION DRAWING 03…..$95
-Rabbit

WALT DISNEY'S WINNIE THE POOH PRODUCTION DRAWING 04…..$95
-Winnie The Pooh

WALT DISNEY'S WINNIE THE POOH PRODUCTION DRAWING 05…..$95
-Rabbit

WALT DISNEY'S WINNIE THE POOH PRODUCTION DRAWING 06…..$80
-Owl

WALT DISNEY'S WINNIE THE POOH PRODUCTION DRAWING 07…..$95
-Christopher Robin

WALT DISNEY'S WINNIE THE POOH PRODUCTION DRAWING 08…..$95
-Winnie The Pooh

WALT DISNEY'S WINNIE THE POOH PRODUCTION DRAWING 09…..$95
-Winnie The Pooh

WALT DISNEY'S WINNIE THE POOH PRODUCTION DRAWING 10…..$95
-Winnie The Pooh

-Image Size of all drawings: 10.5 x 12.5"
-All drawings used in the making of an educational film:
either "WINNIE THE POOH Discovers the Seasons" (1981) or "WINNIE THE POOH'S ABC of Me" (1990)


WINNIE THE POOH (SEE WALT DISNEY'S WINNIE THE POOH)


WOODY WOODPECKER

Created by Walter Lantz, WOODY WOODPECKER was a brash, high-strung woodpecker whose trademark was his staccato laugh, "ha-ha-ha-HA-ha". The character first appeared in the 1940 Andy Panda short, "Knock Knock", voiced by Mel Blanc. The Woody Woodpecker Show originally ran on the ABC-TV network from October, 1957 through September, 1958. Sponsored by Kellogg's, each episode featured three theatrical cartoons, with new animated Woody wraparounds and live action hosting chores handled by Lantz himself. After the initial year on ABC, The Woody Woodpecker Show was syndicated until 1966.

WOODY WOODPECKER PRODUCTION DRAWING 01…..$75

WOODY WOODPECKER PRODUCTION DRAWING 02…..$75

WOODY WOODPECKER PRODUCTION DRAWING 03…..$75

WOODY WOODPECKER PRODUCTION DRAWING 04…..$75

WOODY WOODPECKER PRODUCTION DRAWING 05…..$75

WOODY WOODPECKER PRODUCTION DRAWING 06…..$75

WOODY WOODPECKER PRODUCTION DRAWING 07…..$75

WOODY WOODPECKER PRODUCTION DRAWING 08…..$75

WOODY WOODPECKER PRODUCTION DRAWING 09…..$75

WOODY WOODPECKER PRODUCTION DRAWING 10…..$75
-Image Size of drawings 01-10: 10.5 x 12.5"
-All drawings used in a Japanese commercial
-All drawings signed by animator TOM RAY

WOODY WOODPECKER PRODUCTION DRAWING A…..$80
-Image Size: 10.5 x 12.5"
-Wally Gator
-Bears the Woody Woodpecker Gallery seal