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THE SIMPSONS "The Day the Violence Died" (1996)

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THE SIMPSONS "The Day the Violence Died" (1996)


THE SIMPSONS "The Day the Violence Died" (1996)


Episode: "The Day the Violence Died" (1996)
Original Hand Painted Production Cel
Size: 12.5" x 10.5" inches (unframed)
Produced By: Twentieth Century Fox
Original Airdate: March 17th, 1996 (Season 7)
Worldwide Shipping (FedEx): $30 USD

Item Code:  SM-F3348

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 hand painted original production cel setup, from the classic seventh season episode # "The Day the Violence Died" (1996).

After watching an Itchy & Scratchy parade in Bumtown, Bart meets a bum, Chester J. Lampwick (voiced by Kirk Douglas), who claims to be the inventor of Itchy!

Bart: "You invented Itchy? The Itchy & Scratchy Itchy?" 
Chester: "Sure! In fact, I invented the whole concept of cartoon violence. Before I came along, all cartoon animals did was play the ukulele. I changed all that".    
Bart: "Well, I'm not calling you a liar but... but I can't think of a way to finish that sentence" 
Chester: "So I'm a liar, am I?"
To prove his point, Chester J. Lampwick hands Bart the reel of "Itchy the Lucky Mouse in: Manhattan Madness", the first Itchy cartoon ever made. 
All he needs is a 90-year-old projector. And where else could you find a 90-year-old projector than Springfield Elementary? 

This is a one-of-a-kind, hand-painted piece that was filmed under the camera, and used in the making of this Simpsons episode. Freeze-frame your DVD or Video, and you will see this unique piece of artwork!

The animation cel 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. 

"The Day the Violence Died" is the eighteenth episode of The Simpsons' seventh season. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on March 17th, 1996. Kirk Douglas guest stars as Chester J. Lampwick, Alex Rocco as Roger Meyers Jr., Jack Sheldon as an anthropomorphic constitutional amendment, Suzanne Somers as herself, and Phil Hartman as Lionel Hutz. Bart and Lisa meet a homeless person who claims to have created Itchy, one half of the cat and mouse team of their favorite cartoon series, "Itchy & Scratchy."


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