Product Tag - has come to be associated with prints using fade-resistant "archival" inks (including solvent inks) and the inkjet printers that use them.

  • Bedevilled Rabbit 16x20 Lobby Card Giclee-0Bedevilled Rabbit 16x20 Lobby Card Giclee-0

    Bedevilled Rabbit 16×20 Lobby Card Giclee

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    This framed limited edition 16×20 giclee lobby card entitled “Bedevilled Rabbit” is a Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies short featuring Bugs Bunny, which was released in 1957. Bugs is lost in Tasmania, and has to deal with the Tasmanian Devil. This edition is limited to 500 hand-numbered pieces.

    Originally, “Lobby Cards” were created to publicize each cartoon and were used by theater owners to display in theater
    lobbies.

    “Giclée,” as a fine art term, has come to be associated with prints using fade-resistant “archival” inks (including solvent inks) and the inkjet printers that use them.

    $295.00
  • Crowing Pains 16x20 Lobby Card Giclee-0Crowing Pains 16x20 Lobby Card Giclee-0

    Crowing Pains 16×20 Lobby Card Giclee

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    This framed limited edition 16×20 giclee is entitled “Crowing Pains,” and was released in 1947. The cartoon, directed by Robert McKimson, stars Henery Hawk, Sylvester, and Foghorn Leghorn and The Barnyard Dawg, all of whom are voiced by Mel Blanc. This edition is limited to 500 hand-numbered pieces.

    Originally, “Lobby Cards” were created to publicize each cartoon and were used by theater owners to display in theater
    lobbies.

    “Giclée,” as a fine art term, has come to be associated with prints using fade-resistant “archival” inks (including solvent inks) and the inkjet printers that use them.

    $295.95
  • Hair Raising HareHair Raising Hare

    Hair Raising Hare 16×20 Lobby Card Giclee

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    This framed limited edition 16×20 giclee lobby card entitled “Hair Raising Hare,” is a Merrie Melodies cartoon, released in 1946. It was directed by Chuck Jones and written by Tedd Pierce. It stars Bugs Bunny and features the first appearance of Chuck Jones’ imposing red monster character, unnamed here, but in later cartoons named “Rudolph” and then “Gossamer”. This edition is limited to 500 hand-numbered pieces.

    Originally, “Lobby Cards” were created to publicize each cartoon and were used by theater owners to display in theater
    lobbies.

    “Giclée,” as a fine art term, has come to be associated with prints using fade-resistant “archival” inks (including solvent inks) and the inkjet printers that use them.

    $125.00
  • What's Up Doc? Bugs Bunny 16x20 Lobby Card Giclee-0What's Up Doc? Bugs Bunny 16x20 Lobby Card Giclee-0

    What’s Up Doc? Bugs Bunny 16×20 Lobby Card Giclee

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    This framed limited edition 16×20 giclee is entitled “What’s Up Doc?,” and was released in 1950. This edition is limited to 500 hand-numbered pieces.

    Originally, “Lobby Cards” were created to publicize each cartoon and were used by theater owners to display in theater
    lobbies.

    “Giclée,” as a fine art term, has come to be associated with prints using fade-resistant “archival” inks (including solvent inks) and the inkjet printers that use them.

    $295.95
  • Wise QuackersWise Quackers

    Wise Quackers 16×20 Lobby Card Giclee

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    This framed limited edition 16×20 giclee lobby card entitled “Wise Quackers” is a 1949 Friz Freleng cartoon. In “Wise Quackers” Daffy, the “little black duck”, falls from the sky onto Elmer Fudd’s farm, and rather than be shot, he begs Elmer to accept him as a personal slave. After torturing Elmer with his type of kindness, slave Daffy puts a whip in Elmer’s hands, then instantly dresses like Abraham Lincoln to scold Elmer for “whipping slaves”. This edition is limited to 500 hand-numbered pieces.

    Originally, “Lobby Cards” were created to publicize each cartoon and were used by theater owners to display in theater
    lobbies.

    “Giclée,” as a fine art term, has come to be associated with prints using fade-resistant “archival” inks (including solvent inks) and the inkjet printers that use them.

    $295.95