Fleischer Studios - Gulliver's Travels  (1939)
"Gulliver's Travels" was Max Fleischer's first TechniColor animated
feature. Reportedly, the success of Walt Disney's 1937 film "Snow White
And The Seven Dwarfs" spurred the Fleischer Studios into producing this
film at a budget of $700,000.

Songs: "It's a Hap Hap Happy Day," music and lyrics by Sammy Timberg,
Al Neiburg and Winston Sharples; "Faithful Forever," music and lyrics by
Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin.

Some 12 tons of paint and 500,000 celluloids were used for the 115,700
composite scenes in the film. The world premiere took place in Miami,
Florida on December 18, 1939.
Very little original art survives from this rare Fleischer feature film.
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This is an original hand painted production cel of Gulliver and hand painted key watercolor
background used in the making of  "
Gulliver's Travels" 1939     $3795.00 framed.
GULLIVER AND SHIPS - This is an original hand painted production cel used in the making of  
"
Gulliver's Travels" 1939      $1795.00 framed.
PRINCE DAVID - This is an original ozalid print model sheet used in the making of  "Gulliver's
Travels
" 1939     $675.00 framed.
PRINCESS GLORY AND PRINCE DAVID - This is an original hand painted
production cel used in the making of  
Gulliver's Travels" 1939  $2895.00 framed.
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Fleischer Studios - Superman Serial  (1948)
theatrical serial "Superman" starring Kirk Alyn (first live-action Superman). All
the all flying sequences were animated and this is a cel used in one of those
sequences, small but terrific. Includes background copy of Metropolis!
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