Ferdinand the Bull (1938)|
Courvoisier cel of Ferdinand The Bull.
Loveable, mild mannered Ferdinand is showcased in the gorgeous Courvoisier cel. Ferdinand is given the epithet of “The Fiercest Bull in Spain” but in this cel his neck is stretched out in anticipation not because he has seen the red cape of the matador but because he has seen a lovely bouquet of daises.
This piece is coming from the gallery owner's private collection.
This cel appears at 6:43 minutes in the film.
There is a tear in the background near the figure, but does not touch him, nor does it affect the cel, which measures approximately 1"..
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