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1. Alan Bodner and Harry Sabin Portrait Series Daffy Duck   $675.00

Rendered in classic black and white tones, The Portrait Series illuminates Daffy Duck in dramatic and stylized poses which harkens back to The 30s and 40s when screen actors were as well known for their photographic glamour as they were for their on-camera ability. This art was developed in 1993 by award-winning Warner Bros. artists Alan Bodner and Harry Sabin. The images were originally released as fine art lithographs.

2. Alan Bodner and Harry Sabin Portrait Series Pepe Le Pew   $675.00

Rendered in classic black and white tones, The Portrait Series illuminates Pepe Le Pew in dramatic and stylized poses which harkens back to The 30s and 40s when screen actors were as well known for their photographic glamour as they were for their on-camera ability. This art was developed in 1993 by award-winning Warner Bros. artists Alan Bodner and Harry Sabin. The images were originally released as fine art

3. Alan Bodner and Harry Sabin Portrait Series Tweety and Sylvester   $675.00

Rendered in classic black and white tones, The Portrait Series illuminates Pepe Le Pew in dramatic and stylized poses which harkens back to The 30s and 40s when screen actors were as well known for their photographic glamour as they were for their on-camera ability. This art was developed in 1993 by award-winning Warner Bros. artists Alan Bodner and Harry Sabin. The images were originally released as fine art

4. Alan Bodner and Harry Sabin Portrait Series: Bugs Bunny   $675.00

Rendered in classic black and white tones, The Portrait Series illuminates Pepe Le Pew in dramatic and stylized poses which harkens back to The 30s and 40s when screen actors were as well known for their photographic glamour as they were for their on-camera ability. This art was developed in 1993 by award-winning Warner Bros. artists Alan Bodner and Harry Sabin. The images were originally released as fine art