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    Pixie and Dixie Character Design Drawings Group of 2 (Hanna-Barbera, c. 1970s). Pixie (wearing a bow tie) and Dixie (with a vest) were original part of Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks, a segment on The Huckleberry Hound Show from 1958 to 1961. In later years, they appeared on Laff-A Lympics as part of the Yogi Yahooeys team. Here's a great 12 field 3-peghole character design drawing of Pixie and Dixie in a classic pose, rendered in graphite with figure size of 4.25" and 4". A second 12 field sheet includes drawings of two similar (but dressed differently) mice, plus another with a larger nose and a tie-wearing elephant, all rendered in color pencils. Figure sizes for the mice are 3.75"-4", while the elephant measures approximately 6" x 4.5". Minor handling wear; Very Good condition. From the Billie Kerns Collection.

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