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    Peter Puck Color Model Cel (Hanna-Barbera, c. 1970s). Peter Puck was the character that taught hockey to kids and non-fans in-between periods through animated spots shown on NBC's Hockey Game of the Week and CBC's Hockey Night in Canada in the 1970s. There were nine episodes produced. Voices were provided by Ronnie Schell and The Monkees' Mickey Dolenz. The entire series was released on DVD in 2007. This is an amazing original 12 field Color Model cel used for Consumer Products merchandising at the height of his fame in the 1970s. It was painted by the Hanna-Barbera Ink and Paint Department for use on T-shirts, children's books, toys and other products. Great image size of 8". The cel is on a print background for presentation purposes. Fine condition.

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