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DescriptionThe Flintstones "The Bedrock Hillbillies" Storyboards Group of 49 (Hanna-Barbera, 1964). Fred gets in the middle of a long-simmering hillbilly feud in this episode of The Flintstones; it was Episode 18, Season 4, originally airing on 1/16/64. The entire episode is present in this absolutely amazing set of hand-drawn storyboards. There are 48 sheets, each with nine pre-printed borders; most of these 3" x 2.5" boxes are filled with graphite art with captions underneath. The sheets measure approximately 12.25" x 10.25", and each is numbered in the top right corner. There is one extra sheet that is unnumbered, with four panels featuring Fred and Barney drawn in; it is marked with a big "X" so this is a deleted scene. The art paper shows handling and edge wear. Overall condition is Good.
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