Product Tag - Elmer Fudd

  • Bugs Kissing Elmer – L.E. Water Color Lithograph Matted

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    This 11×14 limited edition water color lithograph, licensed by Warner Bros. features Bugs Bunny giving Elmer Fudd a big smooth! COA Edition Size – 100 Presented Matted

    $24.99
  • Goofy Gopher 16x20 Lobby Card Giclee-0

    Goofy Gopher in Pest for Guests- Mac and Tosh – Fine Art 16×20 Lobby Card Giclee

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    This framed limited edition 16×20 giclee is entitled “Goofy Gopher,” and released in 1947, under the direction of Robert Clampett. The Goofy Gophers are named Mac and Tosh, are small and brown with tan bellies and buck teeth. They both have British accents. 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.

    $150.00
  • Kit for Cat – Elmer Fudd and Sylvester – Fine Art Giclee – Warner Bros. Lobby Card

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    This giclee Lobby Card entitled “Kit for Cat” This edition is limited to 500 hand-numbered pieces. Comes framed – 16×20 with COA

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

     

    $150.00
  • Warner Bros. Rabbit of Seville Giclee

    Rabbit of Seville – Bugs Bunny and Elmer – Warner Bros. Fine Art Giclee

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    This framed 16×20 limited edition giclee entitled “Rabbit of Seville was released in 1950. It was directed by Chuck Jones . Edition Size – 500

    $150.00
  • Rabbit Seasoning 16x20 Giclee-0

    Rabbit Seasoning – Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck – Fine Art Giclee

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    This framed limited edition 16×20 giclee is entitled “Rabbit Seasoning.” Rabbit Seasoning is a 1952 Merrie Melodies cartoon, directed by Chuck Jones. The cartoon finds a row of signs saying it’s rabbit season (“If you’re looking for fun, you don’t need a reason. All you need is a gun, it’s Rabbit Season!”). Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck again are arguing over which of them is “in season” (it is really Duck Season, as Daffy says in the beginning), while Elmer Fudd tries to figure out which animal is telling the truth. Edition Size 500.

    “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.

    $150.00
  • Rabbit Seasoning 11x14 Lithograph-0Rabbit Seasoning 11x14 Lithograph-0

    Rabbit Seasoning 11×14 Lithograph

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    This limited edtion lithograph features Warner Bros. Looney Tunes characters, Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd from the cartoon “Rabbit Seasoning.” Size 11×14 framed, with Certificate of Authenticity. Edition Size: 5,000.

    $24.95
  • Turkey Hunting Elmer 16x20 Giclee-0

    Turkey Hunting Elmer -Elmer Fudd – Warner Bros.-Fine Art Giclee

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    Fine Art -Turkey Hunting Elmer Giclee- perfect for any hunter with a sense of humor. Matted and Framed Size 16×20. Limited Edition of 500 pieces, includes Certificate of Authenticity.
    The best known Elmer Fudd cartoons include Chuck Jones’ masterpiece What’s Opera, Doc? (one of the few times Fudd bested Bugs, though he felt bad about it), the Rossini parody Rabbit of Seville, and the “Hunting Trilogy” of “Rabbit Season/Duck Season” shorts (Rabbit Fire, Rabbit Seasoning, and Duck, Rabbit, Duck!) with Fudd himself, Bugs Bunny, and Daffy Duck.

    “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.

    $150.00
  • Turkey Hunting Elmer 11 x14 Lithograph-0Turkey Hunting Elmer 11 x14 Lithograph-0

    Turkey Hunting Elmer 11 x14 Lithograph

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    Turkey Hunting Elmer Lithograph-perfect for any hunter with a sense of humor. Matted and Framed Size 11×14. Limited Edition of 5,000 pieces, includes Certificate of Authenticity.

    The best known Elmer Fudd cartoons include Chuck Jones’ masterpiece What’s Opera, Doc? (one of the few times Fudd bested Bugs, though he felt bad about it), the Rossini parody Rabbit of Seville, and the “Hunting Trilogy” of “Rabbit Season/Duck Season” shorts (Rabbit Fire, Rabbit Seasoning, and Duck, Rabbit, Duck!) with Fudd himself, Bugs Bunny, and Daffy Duck.

    $24.95
  • Warner Bros. Rabbit Seasoning Giclee

    Warner Bros Rabbit Seasoning – Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck – Fine Art Giclee

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    This framed 16×20 limited edition entitled ” Rabbit Seasoning” is taken from the 1952 Merrie Melodies cartoon, directed by Chuck Jones, and starring Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck. Edition Size – 500. WB Hologram and COA

    $150.00
  • Warner Bros. What's Opera Doc Giclee

    Warner Bros. What’s Opera Doc – Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd – Fine Art Giclee

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    Framed 16×20 framed limited edition giclee entitled “What’s Opera Doc?”. This was released in 1957 and Directed by Chuck Jones. Edition Size – 500. WB Hologram and COA.

    $150.00
  • Warner Bros. Wideo Wabbit Giclee Lobby CardWarner Bros. Wideo Wabbit Giclee Lobby Card

    Warner Bros. Wideo Rabbit – Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd- Lobby Card-Fine Art Giclee

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    This 16×20 framed limited edition giclee entitled “wideo Wabbit” is a 1956 Warner Bros. cartoon featuring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd. Edition Size – 500. COA and WB Hologram

    $150.00
  • Wise Quackers – Gun – Elmer Fudd and Daffy Duck – Warner Bros. Lobby Card – Fine Art Giclee

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    This framed fine art 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.

    $150.00