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    Yogi Bear Color Model Cel (Hanna-Barbera, 1988). Here's a fun, and rare, treat! This hand-painted color model cel was created by the Hanna-Barbera Ink and Paint Dept. in 1988 as a proposed limited edition cel idea. It is presented here on a printed background for presentatino purposes. This image, featuring Yogi attempting to impress a pretty female bear, was based on a scene from the "Loved Bugged Bear" episode that originally ran on 2/13/61 on The Huckleberry Hound Show. That's why it is in the 1960s style. She is 4" tall, and Yogi is almost 6" tall from hands to feet. As a bonus, there is a copy of 6 pages of Don Messick's script from that 1961 episode. All are in Fine condition.

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    November, 2016
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