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    Hong Kong Phooey Consumer Product Drawing (Hanna-Barbera, 1974). Premiering September of 1974 this ABC show ran for just one year, but developed a huge cult following. Because of its short run, original artwork is incredibly rare. Here's one of the more interesting pieces of Hong Kong Phooey art we have come across. In it he is in full costume in a missed golf swing pose. It's drawn in blue pencil then inked on 17" x 13" paper and lightly mounted to soft backing board. This artwork was done by longtime Dell comics artist Jack Manning (1920 - 1986). It was created for a Hathaway shirt design! Hong Kong stands a full 12" tall. This is an amazing and rare piece of Hanna-Barbera history. Minor handling and edge wear are present; otherwise condition is Very Good.

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