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    The Yogi Bear Show Snagglepuss Production Title Cel Setup (Hanna-Barbera, 1961). "Heavens to Murgatroyd!" Snagglepuss got his own cartoons when Yogi Bear left for his own series in 1961. This is a rare hand-inked, hand-painted Title cel for the "Royal Ruckus" episode. This is a 12 field 2-cel setup. The short was written by Mike Maltese with most of the principal animation done by Don Patterson. In this short, the Evil Count Down captures the Queen, and Snagglepuss is off to the rescue. Daws Butler did the great voice for Snagglepuss, based on film comedian Bert Lahr. This episode was shown either on 2/27/61 or 3/13/61; our online research has conflicting dates. Hanna-Barbera 1960s hand-inked Title cels are considered very rare and highly collectible. Cel is on a light yellow board background, very similar to the one used on screen. Snagglepuss is a nice 5" image. Minor handling wear. Very Good condition.

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    8th-9th Saturday-Sunday
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