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    Wally Gator and Mr. Twiddle Color Model Cels Group of 2 (Hanna-Barbera, 1962). "Wally Gator is a swinging alligator in the swamp... see ya later, Wally Gator!" Wally Gator was part of the syndicated Hanna-Barbera New Cartoon Series that premiered on 9/3/62. This series recently had a DVD release of all the original episodes. If you collect 1960s hand-inked Hanna-Barbera animation art, this is for you: a pair of hand-inked, hand-painted "FINAL COLOR MODEL" cels of Wally Gator and Mr. Twiddle. These came from the Hanna-Barbera Ink and Paint Department and were approved before the show went into production. These two characters were voiced by the great Daws Butler and Don Messick. Great full-figure images on 12 field cels, measuring 4" and 7". Minor handling wear. Very Good condition.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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