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Chuck Jones
Max Sequence-Keymaster Setup, 1966
ANIMATION original production art & one of one cels
12 x 45 in
No. CR-5

This Vintage keymaster setup of original production art was used in the making of Dr Seuss' "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" 1966 Directed by Chuck Jones.
Max falling sequence: 2 vertical productions cels and 2 one of one cels with hand painted Maurice Noble vertical background. This piece is paired with the 2 production drawings (framed seperately) the one of one cels were created from.

Written & illustrated by Pulitzer Prize winning author Ted Geisel (aka Dr Seuss) from his beloved children's classic "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" published in 1957. The film brought the characters to life in 1966 when directed by legendary academy award winning director Chuck Jones.

Comes with certificate of Authenticity from Linda Jones Enterprises and letter of value from POP Gallery. Contact us directly for high res image and pricing at 505.820.0788. for high res visuals of all pieces in this 2 frame setup, pricing and to add this incredible piece of history to your collection at 505.820.0788.

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