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    Push-Button-Kitty (MGM, 1951). One Sheet (27" X 41"). Mammy Two-Shoes (the voice of Lillian Randolph, in her last appearance in a Tom and Jerry cartoon) has a new robot cat named Mechano -- so she doesn't need Tom around any more. Mechano is particularly adept at tracking down Jerry, so the plucky mouse has to figure out a solution to this computerized cat, pronto! This one sheet has minor corner chips, fold wear with separations and loss of paper, and the upper border has been trimmed. The poster has been mounted on linen and some restoration has been done. There is some separation from the Japanese backing paper, which could be easily repaired. William Hanna and Joseph Barbera created Tom and Jerry along with Fred Quimby. The two animators became so prolific in their productions that they started their own company in 1957. Tom and Jerry cartoons are cultural icons and their posters are very collectible. Very Good/Fine on Linen.

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    November, 2005
    11th-12th Friday-Saturday
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