Paul McCartney's Never Seen '70s Cartoon Character To Be Auctioned

06/09/2011
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(Gibson) Dominic Winter Auctioneers in England will auction drawings of Paul McCartney's never seen '70s cartoon character, Bruce McMouse, on June 16.

According to the Guardian, The Bruce McMouse Show was filmed but never released. The drawings, done by McCartney and his family in 1973, see McCartney's creation, Bruce McMouse, smoking a pipe. Bruce's wife, Yvonne, is pictured in her curlers, and there are also sketches of Bruce's music loving daughter Soily.

Chris Albury from Dominic Winter stated: "The Bruce McMouse Show was intended as a one-hour, part-animated, film for ITV with two advert breaks. The idea was to show concert footage from the Wings Over Europe tour of 1972 interspersed with animation action relating to the cartoon characters Bruce McMouse and family living under the floorboards of the stage. Although it was completed, it's never been shown." more on this story

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