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    Josie and the Pussycats Storyboards and Scripts Group (Hanna-Barbera, 1970). This series was based on an Archie's comic book of the same name and created by Dan DeCarlo. A series of educational animated vignettes were produced by Hanna-Barbera Studio called Josie and the Pussy Cats- In the Know. Educational topics included Niagara Falls, Lasers, Land Yachts, Surf Boating, Rome, Eskimos, County Fairs, Making Ice Cream, Ship Building, Ship Launching, Surf Sailing, Perfume, Dinosaurs, Voting, and Being a Bat Boy. Art Babbitt worked for years in the Hanna-Barbera Commercial Division, which handled these types of projects. This is a rare series of original 6-panel storyboards from the Josie and he Pussy Cats - In the Know series. This lot contain over 30 pages of storyboards and typed scripts and is some of the rarest Josie and the Pussycats artwork and ephemera we have ever come across. Minor handling, edge wear, tears, and some folds. Condition is Good. From the Art Babbitt archives.

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