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DescriptionThe Smurfs Layout Drawing (Hanna-Barbera, 1981). "Sing a happy song... Smurf it all day long!" This popular animated series premiered on NBC on 12/12/81. It ran for nine seasons and had seven TV specials. There were 256 episodes with 418 stories, and the show won numerous awards including an Emmy. This is an outstanding layout drawing from the hand of Master background and layout artist Andrew Gentile. It is a point of view for the rear door of the Smurfwagon. Detailed layout story art on pan animation sheet of 29" x 10.5". Four Smurfs are peering in the windows. One of the single most detailed pieces of artwork from this show we have seen. This impressive piece of Smurfs art is hand-signed by Drew Gentile. Minor handling and edge wear, overall Good condition.
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