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DescriptionPeter Puck Publicity Cel and Painted Production Background (Hanna-Barbera, c. 1970s). Peter Puck was an animated Hockey Puck created by Hanna-Barbera Studios. He appeared on the NBC Hockey Game of the Week and Canada's CBC Hockey Night. He had his own animated segments that explained hockey rules, equipment, and history. H-B made nine animated segments for in-game use, with actor Ronnie Schell as the voice of Peter Puck. This is a rare publicity/bumper cel of Peter Puck hitting a happy face puck for a "Happiness is Hockey" message. The hand-painted 12 field cel is on a studio hand-painted 12 field production background. Any and all Peter Puck artwork is considered extremely rare. This is a 2-cel setup with "swoosh" effects on the second cel. Peter Puck has a nice image size of 3.5". Minor handling and edge wear. Overall condition is Very Good.
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