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    Jetsons: The Movie Joe Barbera Concept Sketches and Early Promo Poster (Hanna-Barbera, 1990). This animated feature film came out on 7/6/90. It was originally set for 1989, but was moved, so to not compete with Disney's The Little Mermaid and Bluth's All Dogs Go to Heaven. This is a piece of H-B History. Joe Barbera (1911 - 2006) created this series of rough drawings as his vision for the movie's theatrical poster. Two pages of his roughs in graphite are here. The finished logo is tightly penciled on the back of his roughs. Also included is a very rare 16.5" x 11" promo poster stating the film was coming on Christmas 1989. This is from the collection of a longtime Hanna-Barbera Senior Executive. The Joe Barbera sketches are taped to a 12 field 3-peghole animation drawing along with a Joe Barbera sketch on a separate 12 field sheet. Minor handling and edge wear, with a fold crease down the middle of the poster; Very Good condition.

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