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    The Romance of Betty Boop Storyboard Art (Bill Melendez Studios, 1985). "I got three more shows to do and I'm too pooped to boop!" says the hard working performer Betty Boop. This is an original storyboard used in the production of the animated television special The Romance of Betty Boop which marked the first appearance of Betty in her own animated film since 1939. The special was produced by Peanuts producer Bill Melendez and premiered on CBS right after Snoopy's Getting Married, Charlie Brown. The hand drawn storyboard is rendered in graphite and ink and features Betty along with Fearless Fred, Waldo and Mischa. It bears production numbers and a Bill Melendez Productions Incorporated stamp. The art is framed under glass with a mat opening of 14" x 8" in a 21" x 15.5" frame. The paper shows minor handling, and corrections; otherwise Condition is Very Good. Frame is sold as-is

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