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DescriptionThe Flintstones Pebbles and Dino Animation Drawing (Hanna-Barbera, 1963). "Break it up you two, I haven't got all day you know!" says Wilma to Dino and Pebbles. This is an outstanding original 12 field layout drawing attributed to Dick Bickenbach. It shows Dino letting baby Pebbles slip into her awaiting bathtub with Wilma waiting. It can be seen around the 1:46 mark from the "Glue for Two" episode that had Fred and Barney getting glued to Barney's new bowling ball. It was Episode 7 in Season 4, first shown on 10/31/63. Great, adorable image, with an overall size of 8" x 5". Art is in graphite with red pencil for ink and paint codes. Early '60s artwork from this show is considered rare. Minor handling; Very Good condition.
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