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    The Flintstones Layout Drawings Group of 3 (Hanna-Barbera, 1962-65). This is a great group of rare Flintstones layout drawings that showcase this show's ABC Network Prime Time run in the early 1960s. In this lot are layouts from Season 2, Episode 28 "The Rock Vegas Caper," which aired on 3/30/62; "The Flintstone Canaries" from Season 4 Episode 3 which ran on 10/24/63; and the "Seeing Double," Season 6, Episode 14 episode, it aired on 12/17/65 and had an appearance by the Great Kazoo. All three drawings are in graphite, with some red and blue pencil highlights on 12 field animation paper. Original artwork from The Flintstones 1960s episodes are rare. Minor handling and edge wear and tear. In Good condition.

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