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    The Flintstones Early Layout Drawings Group of 3 (Hanna-Barbera, 1961-62). Artwork from the earliest Flintstones seasons is considered hard to come by. This group includes three highly-detailed original 12 field layout drawings from Season One and Season Two. The group includes a layout drawing from the "In the Dough" episode featuring Barney Rubble in drag (3/17/61), a layout drawing from the "Masquerade Ball" episode of Wilma and Betty with Fred and Barney in a dinosaur costume (12/8/61); and a layout drawing from the "Hawaiian Escape" episode of Fred Flintstone with the Director of "Hawaiian Spy" (11/16/62). All are in graphite with miscellaneous colored pencil highlights. Minor handling and edge wear. Fine condition.

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    December, 2017
    9th-10th Saturday-Sunday
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