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    Laurel and Hardy Animated Series Storyboard Art Group (Hanna-Barbera/Larry Harmon, 1966-67). An unusual group of production items from the animated series featuring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. First is a short typed story synopsis by Jack Kerns for "Switcharoo" (released as Episode 118, "Switcharoony") about the boys having their personalities switched by a scientist's new invention. Next is a set of ten storyboard pages, with nine panels per page, about an encounter with another scientist who turns the boys into a turtle and lion before shrinking both Stan and Ollie in size. Final, there are two more pages of storyboards from a different episode involving a king and a dragon hunt. The storyboards are drawn in graphite on 12.5" x 10" paper with printed panel borders. Typed synopsis in on thin paper measuring 5" x 8". Very Good overall condition. From the Billie Kerns Collection.

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