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    Space Ghost and Dino Boy Dino Boy and Ugh Production Cel and Key Master Production Background Setup (Hanna-Barbera, 1967). Originally created by Alex Toth, Dino Boy in the Lost Valley first premiered as a partnered show with Space Ghost on 9/10/66 on CBS. A boy named Todd parachuted out of a crashing plane, his parents still on-board, somewhere in South America. He befriends the caveman Ugh, and becomes known as Dino Boy. This is the hand-inked, hand-painted title cel card from the 18th episode, "Marooned," which first aired on 1/7/67. It featured Todd teaching Ugh to spell, and also had an attack of poisonous wasps. This is a four-layer cel setup on its Key Master hand-painted production background. Extremely rare and in Fine condition.

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