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    Peter Puck Publicity Illustration by Jack Manning (Hanna-Barbera, c. 1970s). Peter Puck times out in his own penalty box in this cute cartoon illustration. Peter Puck was an animated hockey puck that had his own animated segments on NBC Hockey Game of the Week and Canada's CBC Hockey Night game. His animated segments explained hockey rules, equipment, and hockey history. A total of nine episodes were made by Hanna-Barbera Studios. Peter Puck was voiced by actor Ronnie Schell. Any and all original artwork for this character is considered a rare find. This rare original H-B Studio Peter Puck artwork was done by the great longtime comic book and animation artist, Mr. Jack Manning (1920 - 1986). Peter Puck is sitting on a NHL Matches box in the "Penalty Box" section. Great piece of studio publicity artwork of this character, from a very noted artist. Ink on Bristol board measuring 11" x 11", with Peter in a cool 9" pose. Minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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