The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle

Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle

The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle This hand-painted limited edition vertical pan cel showcases one of the memorable opening moments from Jay Ward’s American Classic ‘The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle’. Each cel is signed by June Foray, the renowned voice talent of Rocky, Nell and Natasha throughout the series.

Cinderella’s Magic Night

Cinderella's Magic Night

Cinderella’s Magic Night Includes Dedication Certificate Signed By Marc Davis In this three-aperture, hand-inked, hand-painted limited edition, the Fairy Godmother uses her special magic to transform a plain pumpkin into a majestic coach — and the tattered Cinderella into a princess fit for the Royal Ball.

Michael Bedard Biography

Michael Bedard

Michael Bedard was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario, Canada and eventually settled in Los Angeles in the late sixties. He first entered the art marketplace in 1977 with a series of whimsical and allegorical art prints – many of which are still in print today. Bedard’s “Sitting Ducks” poster is one of the most …

Director Series: Chuck Jones’ Wile E. Coyote & Road Runner

Director Series - Chuck Jones Going, Going, Gosh!

The Director Series represents an outstanding collector opportunity…each work of art in the series is a hand-painted recreation of a classic moment in animation as directed by one of the Warner Bros. legends. This hand-painted edition captures Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner in the classic Chuck Jones cartoon short.

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What's Opera, Doc?

What’s Opera, Doc? – Be My Wuv This hand-painted cel captures the essence of a classic moment from a cartoon directed by renowned animation artist and director Chuck Jones. The wuvely Valkyrie Brunhilde is enraptured by the operatic sounds from Seigfried Elmer in the ritualistic courtship of Wagners…er, Warners Bros. cartoon parody. What’s Opera, Doc? …

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The Flintstones: Meet The The Gruesomes

The Flintstones: Meet The The Gruesomes The Flintstones unusual neighbors are out for a drive in their prehistoric hearse. This wonderful artwork recreates the classic characters from ‘The Flintstone’ episode number 123 which aired on November 12, 1964. Weirdly and Creepella Gruesome, along with their son Gobby, move into Tombstone Manor, next door to the …