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The Simpsons "A Fish Called Selma" (1996)

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The Simpsons "A Fish Called Selma" (1996)

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The Simpsons "A Fish Called Selma" (1996)

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Episode: "A Fish Called Selma" (1996)
Original Production Drawing
Size: 12.5" x 10.5" inches (unframed)
Produced By: Twentieth Century Fox
Original Airdate: March 24th, 1996 (Season 7)
Worldwide Shipping (FedEx): $30 USD

Item Code: SM-F2331

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Comic Mint is your best source for 100% genuine Simpsons Animation Artwork licensed by Twentieth Century Fox.
We are pleased to offer SIMPSONS fans this RARE original production drawing, from the classic SIMPSONS seventh season episode # "A Fish Called Selma" (1990). 

Extremely RARE vintage drawing featuring Troy McClure proposing to Selma Bouvier.

This is a one-of-a-kind piece that was used in the making of this Simpsons episode. The drawing measures 10.5 inches by 12.5 inches wide and has the three-peg punch holes, and bears the Twentieth Century Fox gold seal (lower corner). The artwork is accompanied by the original Twentieth Century Fox certificate of authenticity and is in excellent condition. 

We have also provided a high resolution screenshot of the scene, to show where the drawing was used in the making of this episode.

EPISODE SYNOPSIS: 
"A Fish Called Selma" is the nineteenth episode of The Simpsons' seventh season and originally aired on March 24th, 1996. The episode sees Troy McClure attempt to resurrect his acting career by marrying Selma Bouvier. Show runners Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein were fans of Phil Hartman and wished to produce an episode that focused on his character McClure.

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