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    Hong Kong Phooey Publicity Cel Setup with Signed Music Chart (Hanna-Barbera, 1974). The Hong Kong Phooey main title theme song was written by Hoyt Curtain, Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera. This cult classic character debuted on 9/7/74 on ABC. Scatman Crothers provided the voice to this character, and he even sang the main title theme song. Here is a great publicity piece done for the promotion of this show. It is a 2-cel setup with a Xeroxed cel of the original sheet music for the main title theme song, combined with a great Hong Kong Phooey stock image cel. Both cels are 12 field. Hong Kong is a great 4" full-figure pose. This very unique and rare setup is hand-signed by Bill Hanna (1910 - 2001) and Joe Barbera (1911 - 2006). The setup is on a print background for presentation purposes. Minor handling. Very Good condition.

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