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    The Flintstones Baby Pebbles Storyboard Original Art (Hanna-Barbera, 1963). When Pebbles is brought home from the hospital, Nurse Frightingshale is hired to help Wilma with the baby. She has very strict rules: "no smoking, no flowers, and no visitors." This is a rare nine-panel storyboard of when baby Pebbles first arrives at the Flintstone home. This was created for the opening teaser/highlights segment from "Carry On, Nurse Fred," the 24th episode from Season 3, which first aired on 3/1/63. Great images of Fred, Wilma, and their precious new baby Pebbles, drawn in graphite on 12.5" x 10.5" storyboard paper. The art is matted with an opening size of 13" x 11"; overall mat size is 18" x 16". This is real Flintstones history! The panel with newborn Baby Pebbles is adorable. Minor handling wear. Very Good condition.

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