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    Jonny Quest The Werewolf of the Timberland Complete Episode Storyboard (Hanna-Barbera, 1964). Dr. Quest, Jonny, Race, Hadji and Bandit go up against a band of French-Canadian smugglers who mask their nefarious dealings by concocting a fake werewolf (loup-garou in French) to scare off intruders. This is the hand-drawn storyboard for the entire 17th episode of the first season of Jonny Quest and aired in January of 1965. The 50 pages rendered in graphite are professionally bound in a custom hardcover book with a hard cover protective sleeve. The title is embossed on the front cover in gold along with the date of 1956 - 1957. It's unknown why the date on the binding is several years prior to the actual production of this episode. Amongst the drawings are various director notes and edits. This is a fascinating and rare inside look at the story and animation process in the early days of Hanna-Barbera studio. The book and pages show minor handling and condition is Very Good.

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