Scooby-Doo and those meddling kids have been solving mysteries for over 50 years..."Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!" debuted on CBS on September 13, 1969. Five decades later, TV viewers of all ages are still watching the goofy dog and his four human friends on their wild adventures.
***The "Holy Grail" of all Animation Art.***
An extremely rare one of a kind 1970's animation production 3 cel setup of Scooby Doo setting out to solve another mystery. This production setup is made up of 3 full sheet cels and is from a 1970's episode by Hanna Barbera Studios.
Features, Scooby ..Very rare to have 3 movements in a Original Production Cel set-up.
****This incredible 1970's setup comes professionally matted together in a beveled 14" by 32" acid free matting and is in excellent condition complete as shown in the photos****
Hanna Barbera Productions -- "SCOOBY DOO, WHERE ARE YOU!" ...A One-Of-A-Kind hand painted animation production 3 cel setup from a 1970's episode of Scooby Doo Where Are You. This is a 3 cel setup. Extremely Rare to find a setup like this that contains large images of movements . They don't get much better than this. From one of the best cartoons of all time, and the very first series that started it all. Comes with certificate of authenticity "A MUST FOR COLLECTORS"
****The joint efforts of William Hanna and Joseph Barbera have had a powerful and lasting impact on television animation. Since the late 1950s, Hanna-Barbera programs have been a staple of television entertainment. Furthermore, a great many of the characters originally created by Hanna and Barbera for the small screen have crossed the boundaries into film, books, toys, and all manner of other media, becoming virtually ubiquitous as cultural icons.
This is your chance to own a little piece of that magic...
This beautifully hand painted animated 3 cel setup by Bill Hanna,Joe Barbera.****
*A very Scarce piece*
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