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    The Jetsons "A Date with Jet Screamer" Concept Art (Hanna-Barbera, 1962). In "A Date With Jet Screamer," the second episode of the series (airdate 9/30/62), young Judy Jetson enters a song contest to win a date with rock star Jet Screamer. Not only does her song win, she gets to perform the memorable tune, "Eep Opp Ork Ah-Ah (That Means I Love You!)" with Jet, accompanied by her father on the drums. This is historic layout drawing/concept artwork of Jet Screamer and the funny man who pops up in the song sequence when Jet and Judy are in the car. It is from the hand of longtime Hanna-Barbera artist Jerry Eisenberg, and both pieces are signed by him. The Jet Screamer layout drawing is in blue graphite on 12 field animation paper, labeled "Sc. Q-27". Jet Screamer measures approximately 6". Edge wear, handling and slight staining; otherwise, in Good condition. The "Eep Opp Ork" man is on 11" x 8" paper, also signed by Eisenberg and dated " '62". Images range from 5" to 7". In Fine condition. This is rare concept artwork from one of The Jetsons' most famous episodes.

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