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    Flintstones Fruity Pebbles Production Test Cel and Master Background (Hanna-Barbera, c.1970s). An outstanding test cel setup from a Flintstones Fruity Pebbles commercial. Art Babbitt produced these TV ads while working in the Commercial Division of Hanna-Barbera. The cel shows Cowboy Fred eating, what is believed to be, a bowl of Fruity Pebbles while Cowboy Barney demonstrates rope tricks. This is a three-layer cel setup, hand-painted on 12 field acetate. The cel is paired with a hand-painted production background, rendered in gouache on background board. A cel with the line art for the cereal and table settings is part of the three-layer setup. Noted on the piece is TEST in the lower right corner. Mild production wear with tape on the bottom border. Condition is Very Good.

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