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|Price (inc. VAT):||£596.15|
|Media:||Original Production Cel|
|Size:||11" x 13"|
|Frame:||1 - £51.06 (inc. VAT)|
A very cool production cel from the Ralph Bakshi re-incarnation of Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse.
During the 1980s, animator Ralph Bakshi (who got his start at Terrytoons) created a new series of Mighty Mouse cartoons, entitled Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures. In this series, Mighty Mouse had a real identity, Mike Mouse, and a sidekick, Scrappy Mouse the little orphan. This series was aimed more at grown-ups than children, and its heavy satirical tone and humor makes it a collector's item even today; many collectors of older TV series seek out episodes of the Bakshi Mighty Mouse. The series was cancelled after two seasons, due to low ratings. In one episode, Mighty Mouse sniffed a red flower he had crushed into a powder, and media watchdog Reverend Donald Wildmon asserted that he was actually snorting cocaine.