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    The New Alice in Wonderland Barney Rubble Concept Drawing (Hanna-Barbera, 1966). The full title of this TV special was The New Alice In Wonderland (or, What's a Nice Kid Like You Doing In a Place Like This?). It premiered on 3-30-66 and was originally to star an all-star cast of Hanna-Barbera characters. Eventually that idea was paired down to using only Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble who played a two-headed caterpillar and sang "You'll Never Split Us Apart." This is an original early character concept drawing of Barney Rubble as the dormouse in this adaptation of Lewis Carroll's popular story. Rendered in graphite and colored pencil the drawing features Barney in three detailed poses and bears a notation on top of the 12 field page to "Change to Huckleberry Hound." This remarkable piece is absolutely one-of-a-kind and a fascinating piece of Hanna-Barbera Studio history. It shows minor handling and condition is Very Good.

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