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THE SIMPSONS "Treehouse of Horror" (1990)

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THE SIMPSONS "Treehouse of Horror" (1990)

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THE SIMPSONS "Treehouse of Horror" (1990)

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Episode: "Treehouse of Horror" (1990)
Original Hand Painted Production Cel
Size: 12.5" x 10.5" inches (unframed)
Produced By: Twentieth Century Fox
Original Airdate: October 25th, 1990 (Season 2)
Worldwide Shipping (FedEx): $30 USD

Item Code:  SM-E9868

COMMENTS 
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, from the classic second season episode # "Treehouse of Horror" (1990).

From the very first 'Treehouse of Horror’ specials, the Simpsons are abducted by aliens, with a shaft of orange light transporting each family member aboard a flying saucer. A drooling, green, octopus-like alien introduces himself.
Kang: "Greetings. I am Kang. Do not be frightened. We mean you no harm”
Marge: "You, you speak English?”
Kang: "I am actually speaking Rigelian. By an astonishing coincidence, both of our languages are exactly the same!"

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. 

EPISODE SYNOPSIS: 
"Treehouse of Horror" is the third episode of The Simpsons' second season. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 25th, 1990.
The episode was inspired by 1950s horror comics, and begins with a disclaimer that it may be too scary for children. It is the first Treehouse of Horror episode consisting of three self-contained segments. In the final segment titled “Hungry are the Damned”, the Simpsons are in their backyard having a barbecue when they are abducted by extraterrestrial life forms (specifically Kang and Kodos). The aliens explain that they are taking the Simpsons to their home planet on Rigel IV, "a world of infinite delights," for a 'feast'. En route they present the family with enormous amounts of food and watch eagerly as they gorge themselves, then check their weights, being particularly delighted at Homer's mass. Suspicious of the alien's intentions, Lisa sneaks into the kitchen and finds a book titled How To Cook Humans. She takes the book and shows it to the aliens, who explain to her that part of the title was obscured by space dust, which they then blow away to reveal the title How To Cook For Humans. Lisa, skeptical at this, blows off more space dust, revealing the title to be How To Cook Forty Humans. The aliens blow off the last of the space dust, finally revealing the real title How To Cook For Forty Humans. Enraged at Lisa's mistrust, they return the Simpsons to Earth, explaining that Lisa ruined the family's chance at paradise on the aliens' home planet. The story is a play on words and was molded from The Twilight Zone episode "To Serve Man," which itself was a teleplay of short science fiction story by Damon Knight.

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