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    The Two Mousketeers (MGM, 1951). One Sheet (27" X 41"). This classic Tom and Jerry short won an Oscar for Best Cartoon Short Subject in 1952 and repeated viewings show why. It is clever, hilarious, and just an all-around joy to watch. The entire plot is contained in this excellent animation poster. Jerry and his friend, the French speaking Nibbles, have come to the castle banquet hall to dine, causing Tom, the soldier who has been left to guard the food, much grief! Excellent restoration has attended to pinholes, slight edge tears, small fold separations, and small edge and corner chips in the top border. This is one of the most sought after T&J sheets there is! Fine/Very Fine on Linen.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2008
    11th-12th Friday-Saturday
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