Deputy Droopy Slim and Droopy Production Cel (MGM, 1955). Outlaw Slim, trying his darnedest to keep from uttering a sound (and bring the Sheriff in the room, firing his guns), has his feet stuck in glue as Deputy Droopy pops a lit stick of TNT in his mouth, in this scream of a hand-inked, hand-painted 12 field cel. This wildly frantic cartoon was directed by Tex Avery (come to think of it, just about all of Tex's MGM cartoons are wild 'n frantic), and released to theaters on 10/28/1955. Droopy's full-figure size is 3:25", while the head of Slim measures 3". The barrel, bandana, train and station are all on a print background, added for presentation purposes. Cel is noted as 31A in the lower right corner. Very minor handling wear. Fine condition.
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