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    The Flintstones Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Production Cels Group of 3 (Hanna-Barbera, c. 1960s). Adorable images of the Flintstone's and the Rubble's progeny, Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm. The introduction of these characters changed the tone of the show significantly and attracted a more juvenile following; also, more dolls were now sold! Excellent hand-inked, hand-painted cels depict Pebbles playing on the floor and Bamm-Bamm with his beanie and his club, reaching out to "shake" an adult's hand -- which will probably end up with the adult down for the count! Very minor ink loss on surface of all three cels. Minor paint loss near Bamm-Bamm's neck and near his left hip. In Very Good condition.

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    February, 2017
    12th Sunday
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