Product Tag - Sylvester

  • #1 Golfer 16×20 Giclee

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    This framed limited edition 16×20 giclee is entitled “#1 Golfer.” Sylvester’s trademark is his sloppy lisp. Sylvester’s most developed role is in a series of Robert McKimson-directed shorts, in which the character is a hapless mouse-catching instructor to his dubious son, Sylvester Junior, with the “mouse” being a powerful baby kangaroo which he constantly mistakes for a “king-size mouse.” 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
  • Bird In A Guilty Cage 11×14 Lithograph

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    This limited edtion lithograph features Warner Bros. Looney Tunes characters, Tweety and Sylvester from the cartoon “Bird In A Guilty Cage.” Size 11×14 framed, with Certificate of Authenticity. Edition Size: 5,000.

    $24.95
  • Bird in a Guilty Cage 16×20 Giclee

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    This framed limited edition 16×20 giclee is entitled “Bird in A Guilty Cage.” This scene is taken from an actual “freeze-frame” from the Looney Tunes cartoon short entitled, A Bird in a Guilty Cage, released in 1952 under the direction of Friz Freleng. Tweety is basically a passive character, who stands by and watches as Sylvester formulates elaborate and inevitably unsuccessful schemes to capture him. 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
  • Cats A-Weigh – Hippety Hopper – Wanted Cat Lobby Card Giclee

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    Lobby Card entitled “Cats A -Weigh” (1953). Sylvester Cat accepts a position as mouse-catcher on a ship. He encounters Hippety Hopper being shipped from Australia. Sylvester mistakes Hippety Hopper once again for a giant mouse, and the baby kangaroo promptly beats the cat soundly. 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.

    $150.00
  • Cats-A-Weigh Hippety and Sylvester Lobby Giclee

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    Framed 16×20 framed limited edition giclee entitled “Cats A -Weigh” (1953). Sylvester Cat accepts a position as mouse-catcher on a ship. He encounters Hippety Hopper being shipped from Australia. Sylvester mistakes Hippety Hopper once again for a giant mouse, and the baby kangaroo promptly beats the cat soundly. 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. COA and Warner Bros. Hologram

    $150.00
  • Here Today -Gone Tamale – Cheese 16×20 Lobby Card Giclee

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    This framed limited edition 16×20 giclee is entitled “Here Today, Gone Tamale,” and was released in 1959. This cartoon amuses us with another face-off between the slobbering Sylvester and Speedy Gonzales! 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
  • Here Today Gone Tamale – Speedy Gonzales

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    This framed 16×20 limited edition Lobby Card giclee is entitled “Here Today, Gone Tamale.” This edition is limited to 500 hand-numbered pieces. Released in 1959, it was directed by Friz Freleng. “Here Today, Gone Tamale” stars Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester.

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

    $150.00
  • Hippety Hopper 16×20 Lobby Card Giclee

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    This framed limited edition 16×20 giclee is entitled “Hippety Hopper,” and released in 1949, under the direction of Robert McKimson. Hippety Hopper cartoons have a typical pattern: Hopper escapes from a zoo, circus, etc., and is mistaken for a giant mouse by Sylvester the cat.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
  • Hyde and Go Tweet – Tweety and Sylvester Warner Bros.

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    This framed 16×20 limited edition Lobby Card giclee entitled “Hyde and Go Tweet” This edition is limited to 500 hand-numbered pieces. Hyde and Go Tweet was released on May 14, 1960 and is directed by Friz Freleng. This short is bases on The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
    Originally, “Lobby Cards” were created to publicize each cartoon and were used by theater owners to display in theater lobbies.

    $150.00
  • Hyde and Go Tweet – Warner Bros. Limited Edition Giclee

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    This framed 16×20 limited edition Lobby Card giclee entitled “Hyde and Go Tweet” This edition is limited to 500 hand-numbered pieces. Hyde and Go Tweet was released on May 14, 1960 and is directed by Friz Freleng. This short is bases on The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
    Originally, “Lobby Cards” were created to publicize each cartoon and were used by theater owners to display in theater lobbies.

    $150.00
  • Mouse Taken Identity 16×20 Lobby Card Giclee

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    This framed limited edition 16×20 giclee is entitled “Mouse-Taken Identity.” This giclee print is reproduced from the original Lobby Card of “Mouse-Taken Identity,” released in 1957. 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
  • Sylvester & Tweety Basketball 11×14 Lithograph

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    Sylvester and Tweety basketball lithograph featuring Looney Tunes characters Sylvester and Tweety. Perfect for any basketball player’s room. Limited Edition. Comes matted and framed with Certificate of Authenticity. Size 11×14.

    Looney Tunes is a Warner Bros. animated cartoon series which ran in many movie theatres from 1930 to 1969. It preceded the Merrie Melodies series and is Warner Bros.’s first animated theatrical series. The regular Warner Bros. animation cast also became known as the “Looney Tunes”

    $24.95