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    The New Scooby and Scrappy-Doo Show Title Sequence Storyboard (Hanna-Barbera, 1983). On 9/10/83, the sixth Scooby-Doo show premiered on ABC, featuring 13 new episodes. This is an extremely rare Page 1 storyboard for this show's opening title sequence, in four panels, on 11" x 9" paper. You can see this opening on YouTube. Great artwork of the characters looking over the haunted castle, with bats flying and a signature scary tree in the forest. Notes read, "Bat flies off to infinity... revealing decrepit run down castle... spooky looking tree animates up into menacing attitude... Scooby Shaggy turn to look at tree." Art is in graphite. A true piece of Scooby-Doo history! Minor handling and edge wear. Fine condition.

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