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Last Modified 12th November 1996.

The Lion King
Animation Cells.

There are quite a few different types of Animation Cells from The Lion King.

Animation Cell Types.

  • Sericels.
  • Hand Painted Limited Editions.
  • Other.
  • Sericels.

    The Lion King Cast Of Characters - Sericel ( Pan Cell )
    This was my first cell that I bought. It features all the characters from the movie. Can you name them all?
    Cell bought from and framed by - Silver K Fine Art Galleries.

    The Mane Event - Sericel
    This cell shows Simba during his "Just can't wait to be king!" song. He has his head it a bunch of leaves pretending it to be a mane, and singing, "I'm going to be the mane event.."
    Cell bought from and framed by - Silver K Fine Art Galleries.

    Rafiki and Simba - Sericel
    This is another one of my favorite cells. It shows Rafiki and Simba just after his Father showed up in the clouds. Rafiki has just said "So what are you going to do?" to which Simba is replying, "Well first, I'm going to take your stick.."
    Cell bought from and framed by - Silver K Fine Art Galleries.

    Schemeing Scar - Sericel
    This is my favorite Sericel. It shows yound Simba and his evil Uncle Scar. In this scene Scar has just said, "Promise me, you will never vist that dreadful place." which Simba responded by saying,"No problem... I think we all know what happened after that!!
    Cell bought from and framed by - Silver K Fine Art Galleries.

    Simba and Nala - Sericel
    This Cell is now a Sold out Sericel. That is quite rare. It shows young Simba and Nala just after losing Zazu under a certain Rhino.
    Cell bought from - Animation USA Framed by - Disney Animation Art.

    Simba and Nala - Sericel
    This Cell is now a Sold out Sericel. That is quite rare. It shows young Simba and Nala just after losing Zazu under a certain Rhino. This Tzups framed version of the cell.
    Cell bought from and framed by- Silver K Fine Art Galleries

    Can't Wait to be King - Sericel
    This is a very rare sericel that was produced with the Limited edition Art of the Lion King Book. There are only 2500 of these in the world. This collection contains two of these cells.
    Cell bought from - Unknown Framed by - Unknown

    Hand Painted - Limited editions.

    "Introductions" - Hand Painted Limited Edition
    This is the first of my Limited edition Hand painted cells. It shows the meeting between Simba, Pumbaa, Timon and Nala. Simba has just introduced Nala to pumbaa. This cell is rather large with the frame. The frame is wonderful and adds so muck to the picture. Stupid me forgot to photograph the frame as well.
    Cell bought from and framed by - Silver K Art Fine Art Galleries.

    Cell
    Yet to be
    Photographed
    "Family Pride" - Hand Painted Limited Editions
    This cell is from the final scene from the movie. It shows, Simba, Nala and Rafiki. Rafiki has Nala's and Simba son in his hands. I'm not sure of the name but the directors on the CAV Laserdisc say and I quote "Oh..and here comes fluffy.." :)
    Cell bought from and framed by - Silver K Fine Art Galleries.

    Other Cells.

    Original Zazu Drawing! Original Zazu Drawing
    This was a lucky find. It is a drawing on Disney paper of Zazu by a in-betweener for a scene taken out of the movie. I beleive it may be the alternative opening scene.
    Cell bought from - Not Telling!!Framed by - Silver K Fine Art Galleries.

    Original Zazu Drawing! Original Zazu Drawing
    This image shows a detailed picture of the Original Zazu drawing that Tzup owns. This is another image from the same scene that the drawing from Stuart's collection comes from. This is drawing number 76.
    Cell bought from - Not Telling!!Framed by - Unknown

    Lithograph! The Winds Are Changing - Lithograph
    This Lithograph came with the American version of the Video. It is in way limited as are the rest of the cells here. But as it fits in with the rest of the collectables it is put here. This Lithograph is included in both collections.
    Cell bought from - Unknown Framed by - Unknown

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