WARNER BROTHERS "HOW MANY LUMPS" BUGS BUNNY GICLEE ON PAPER OFFICIAL AUTHORIZED & LICENSED WARNER BROTHERS ANIMATION GICLEE Up for auction is this Limited Edition Giclee on Paper entitled "HOW MANY LUMPS" by WARNER BROTHERS. The piece includes a hologram seal. The number shown on the hologram seal will not be the number that is shipped. For security purposes we do not show the limited edition number that is on the piece you will receive. This piece has never been framed, is in Excellent condition and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Paper Size: approximately 16" x 20"Edition Size: 500 “How Many Lumps." This image from "Rabbit's Kin" is a Merrie Melodies short produced in 1951 and released on November 15, 1952. It was directed by Robert McKimson. Edition Size 500.Robert McKimson While the name Robert McKimson is not well-known outside animation circles, his work is familiar to us all. Robert McKimson's animation career began in 1928 at The Walt Disney Studios, which then employed only about 30 people. He found the legendary Mickey Mouse on the drawing board before him on his very first assignment as an assistant animator. In 1931, he left for Warner Bros. Studio, where he stayed on until 1963 as an animator and cartoon Director. Robert McKimson became a Director during the mid-40s with his first picture, “Daffy Doodles,Ã¢â‚¬ being released in 1946. In all, he animated and directed 175 cartoons for Warner Bros., while creating and introducing five major cartoon characters: Foghorn Leghorn, Hippety Hopper, Sylvester Jr, the original Speedy Gonzales, and, of course, the Tasmanian Devil.