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    The Quick Draw McGraw Show Augie Doggie "Bud Brothers" Title Card Production Cel Setup (Hanna-Barbera, 1961). From the Auggie Doggie and Doggy Daddy segment of The Quick Draw McGraw Show, here is a spectacular hand-inked and hand-painted original production cel setup for the title card of "Bud Brothers", presented on the original title color background. Auggie Doggie and Doggy Daddy were a dachshund father and son duo that had many misadventures over the course of three seasons with Quick Draw McGraw. Telling the story of Augie's plant that develops a voracious appetite and starts eating all the food, this episode premiered on 9/30/1961. Highly sought after, this rare piece comes with a sheet of production notes for the opening title sequence of "Bud Brothers". The 12 field cels show minor handling and edge wear and are taped to the original 12 field background. The background color sheet and base board shows handling and edge wear. Numbered J-87 in the lower left corner, the condition overall is Very Good.

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