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    Family Dog (Amazing Stories) Color Model Cels Group of 2 (Amblin Entertainment, 1987). This Stephen Spielberg-produced television series premiered on 9/29/85 on NBC. It ran for two seasons. Brad Bird wrote and directed this "Family Dog" episode and all the character designs were done by Tim Burton! The episode proved so popular that a regular Family Dog series came to television on CBS, premiering on 6/28/93. This a rare set of two Master 12 field studio color model cels. One is of just-woken Skip and Bev Binford with the Family Dog, while the second is Billy and Buffy with the Family Dog. Great large images, with sizes of 5" - 9". PLEASE NOTE: These are from the original Amazing Stories "Family Dog" episode and not the later CBS series. Some of the very earliest Tim Burton design work out there. Very Good condition.

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