WALT DISNEY PRODUCTION CELS
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#DA8 - Disney 'The Olympic Champ' (1942). (Title Credit).Price: $3300
#DA8 - Walt Disney Studio - 'The Olympic Champ' (1942). (Title Credit animation cel). This episode from the weekly 'The Wonderful World of Disney' Disneyland tv show featured several of Goofy's sports cartoons, including 'The Olympic Champ' (1942). Originally released on October 09, 1942, The Olympic Champ features the lovable Goofy as an Olympic athlete. It was produced by Walt Disney Studios and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. It was directed by Jack Kinney and produced by Walt Disney. It also features the animation of Ken Peterson, Andy Engman, Ed Aardal, Jim Moore. This original production cel image measures 7.50" X 12.50". COA Celfcentered Animation.
#DA6 - Disney 'Superstar Goofy' - 'Goofy', (1976)Price: $975
#DA6 - Walt Disney 'Goofy', Air Date 25-Jul-1976 - Episode Number 521. Prod #22-19 - Season 22.The Wonderful World of Disney untrimmed cel titled 'Superstar Goofy' is gouache on celluloid, 6.50" X 8.50", and bears the studio notation 'Runner C3' along the bottom. In support of the USA at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, this installment presents a number of sports-themed Goofy cartoons. COA Celfcentered Animation
#DA10 - Disney Peter Pan, Foxy (1953).Price: $650
#DA10 -Walt Disney Studio, PETER PAN, 1953. An expressive, large-image animation cel of FOXY, one of Peter Pan's Lost Boys of Never Land. An actual production cel, it was created in the Disney ink-and-paint department and photographed during the making of the animated feature. This 'Peter Pan' cel is gouache on celluloid, 6.50" X 8.00", bearing Studio cel number '26' appearing at lower right. In excellent condition with all original paint: VERY FINE . COA Celfcentered Animation
#DA12 - Disney '101 Dalmation' - 'Towser', (1961).Price: $400
#DA12 - Walt Disney 'Towser', 1961. The 101 Dalmation image size measures 6.00" X 6.50" with studio notes and cel number - 2110 Seq. .008 Sc. 5/6. This 101 Dalmation cel depicts Towser, the bloodhound who helps Pongo and Perdita's puppies in the Twilight Bark. COA provided by Celfcentered Animation
#DA16 - 'Sleeping Beauty' - 'Fauna', (1959). (Framed)Price: $400
#DA16 - Walt Disney - 'Fauna', 1959. The 'Sleeping Beauty' image size measures 4.00" X 6.50". RARE IMAGE portrays Fauna in her maids costume during the looooong 16 year period in which she and her sisters were forbidden to use their magical powers!!!
#DA20 - Snow White 65th Annual Academy Awards show Cel, March 29th (1993).Price: $400
#DA20 - Walt Disney - Snow Whites 65th Annual Academy Awards, March 29, 1993. Snow White measures 3.50" X 5.50", bearing the official Disney 'Stamp Of Approval'. This original hand-painted animation cel of Snow White was created in the Disney ink-and-paint department. In this sequence, Snow White read the nominees for Best Animated Short Film and presented the Academy Award to Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase. Snow White had not been seen on the Academy Awards show since her infamous pairing with Rob Lowe in 1989. She was brought back for this show, as animation, to award the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film. However a glitch interrupted the moment, as she named the winner, the recorded announcement stopped dead in the middle and she sat frozen for a few seconds before it started back up again.
#DA 23 - 101 Dalmatians, 'Lucy' (1961).Price: $200
#DA 23 - Walt Disney Studio - 101 DALMATIANS, 1961. This large-image animation model cel of 'Lucy', the goose who is an important member of the Twilight Bark team, is an actual cel painting that was created in the Disney ink-and-paint department in development of a scene and character in the animated feature. The painted cel image measures 6 1/2" x 6 1/2" and the cel sheet is full and untrimmed. The Studio's production information is written at lower right detailing the sequence and scene number for which this model cel was created: '2110 8.' The words 'Color Model' are written at lower left. In excellent condition with all original paint.
#DA22 - 'Alice in wonderland', 'Dust Dog' (1951).Price: $1700
#DA22 - Walt Disney Studio, 'Alice in wonderland', 1951. This full and untrimmed animation cel of 'Dust Dog' measures 3.50" x 4.00". This cel has several different inking colors as well as ten paint colors. COA provided by Celfcentered Animation
#DA27 - 'Peter Pan', George Darling (1953).Price: $1200
#DA27 - Walt Disney - 'Peter Pan', 1953. The original production cel featuring George Darling, Wendy's father, measures 7.00" X 7.50". The full sheet cel is standard 12.5" X 16" and framed. The framed art area measures 16 X 20, bearing animators punch holes and number 31 in right corner. COA provided by Celfcentered Animation.
#DA28 - '101 Dalmatians', Horace (1961).Price: $400
#DA28 - Walt Disney '101 DALMATIANS', 1961. The Disneyana collectible features Cruella DeVil's henchmen, Horace eating a nice sandwich. The cel is matted to 11.00" x 14.00" and the image size measures 7.00" x 8.00". COA provided by Celfcentered Animation.
#DA33 - 'Californy'er Bust', 'Goofy' (1945).Price: $350
#DA33 - DISNEY - 'Goofy on a horse', 1945. Goofy from the animated short 'Californy'er Bust' is portrayed as an Indian character. The cel is unframed and in excellent shape with a small piece of tape on the right edge. The cel is on a full sheet 10.00" X 12.00", bearing production peg holes. The image area measures 2.00" x 3.75". A narrator tells the story of how the Western pioneers (all being Goofy lookalikes) are travelling in covered wagons across the frontier. They run into some Indians (who are also Goofy lookalikes) and battle breaks out between them. Suddenly a tornado comes by and sweeps up the covered wagons, dropping them into various states such as 'Wash', 'Organ', and 'Californy.' COA provided by Celfcentered Animation.
#DA34 - 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit', 'Roger Rabbit' (1988).Price: $700
#DA34 - Walt Disney - 'Roger Rabbit', 1988. This 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' original production cel is rendered on a full sheet 17.25" X 12.50". The image area measures 4.00" X 6.25", bearing production number #204-2 (24) - five peg holes. COA provided by Celfcentered Animation.
#DA14 - 'Daddy Stork And Junior', (1941). (Original Frame)Price: $1750
#DA14 - Walt Disney - 'Daddy Stork And Junior', 1941. The image area measures 6.00" X 7.50", placed on an origninal water color background, hand signed by Tessa.
#DA36 - 'Scrooge McDuck and Money', Louie (1967).Price: $275
#DA36 - Walt Disney Studio, Scrooge McDuck and Money, 1967. The Donald Duck nephew appears in this animation cel from the Disney animated featurette that marked Uncle Scrooge's first appearance in an animated film. An actual production cel, it was created in the Disney ink-and-paint department and photographed during the making of the animated featurette. The painted cel image measures 4.00" x 2.50" and the cel sheet is full and untrimmed. In good condition with all original paint/minor chipping: FINE . COA provided by Celfcentered Animation.
#DA4 - Wonderful World of Disney, 'Donald Duck' (1960).Price: $400
#DA4 - Walt Disney 'Donald Duck', 1960. The cel image measures 5.75" X 4.25", which bears the number 'X-99' at lower right. This cel was created for 'Wonderful World of Disney' one of the classic Disney prime time TV shows. COA provided by Celfcentered Animation.
#DA19 - The Aristocats, 'Scat Cat', (1970).
#DA19 - Walt Disney Studio, THE ARISTOCATS, 1970. Lively full-figure animation cel of Scat Cat, leader of the hippest feline band in Paris. An actual production cel, it was created in the Disney ink-and-paint department and photographed during the making of the animated feature. The painted cel image measures 5 1/8" x 5 1/8" and the cel sheet is full and untrimmed. Maurice Chevalier came out of retirement to record the jaunty tide song (in French and English). Although Chevalier later wrote 'I would not have done it for anybody else or for any kind of money, except the honor of showing my love and admiration for the one and only Walt,' there was another connection. The song was written by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, whose father, songwriter Al Sherman, had penned songs for Chevalier during his early movie career in the 1930's.
#DA32 - 'Casey Bats Again', Fred Moore Girls (1954).
#DA32 - Walt Disney Studio - CASEY BATS AGAIN , June 18 1954. This is an animation cel of Casey comes to the plate again, this time as the manager of a team comprised of his nine daughters who manage to win despite Casey's leadership. It is an actual production cel (Superb FRED MOORE Girls) that was created in the Disney ink-and-paint department and photographed during the making of the animated feature. The painted cel image measures 7.00" X 5.50" and the cel sheet is full 12 field and untrimmed. The number '23' appears along the bottom to indicate this cels place in the scene. In nice condition with minor paint loss and minor outline wear: COA provided by Celfcentered Animation.