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MAGILLA GORILLA Animation Prod Drawing Hann Barbera '67
HANNA BARBERA STUDIOS MAGILLA GORILLA Item Type: Original Animation Production Layout Drawing of a FRANKENSTEIN LIKE CHARACTER and THIEF stealing a BIRTHDAY PRESENT from the 1960s SATURDAY MORNING Children's Classic; Prroduced by Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera for HANNA BARBERA PRODUCTIONS. This is one of the ORIGINAL PRODUCTION CELS that appeared UNDER THE CAMERA during the actual filming of the 1960s ANIMATED TELEVISION SERIES; this is NOT a mass produced Limited Edition Cel. Size: 12 Field 12.5 x 10.5 Condition:Excellent Type: Original Production Art Circa 1967 Shipping Notes: (PLEASE READ) SHIPPING and HANDLING: is a 9.50 FLAT RATE for CANADA and DOMESTIC FIRST CLASS PARCELS We ship ONCE a WEEK on usually MONDAYS OR TUESDAYS We offer a combined shipping rate for Multiple AUCTIONS. (Depends on the Auctions; Size and Contents) We accept PAYPAL as well as other forms of Payment NOTES: The Magilla Gorilla Show is an animated series for television produced by Hanna-Barbera for Screen Gems between 1963 and 1967, and originally sponsored in syndication by Ideal Toys from 1963 through 1966. The show also had other recurring characters, including Punkin' Puss & Mushmouse, and Ricochet Rabbit & Droop-a-Long. In syndication, the main and supporting characters from the Peter Potamus Show were also added. Like many of the Hanna-Barbera animal characters, Magilla was dressed in human accessories, sporting a small hat and a bow tie. In Magilla Gorilla, the protagonist spent his time languishing in the front display window of Mr. Peebles' pet shop, eating bananas and being a drain on the businessman's finances. Mr. Peebles marked down Magilla's price considerably, but Magilla was invariably only purchased for a short time, typically by some thieves who needed a gorilla to break into a bank or by an advertising agency looking for a mascot for their new product. The customers always ended up returning Magilla, forcing Mr. Peebles to refund their money. Magilla often ended each episode with his catchphrase, "We'll try again next week." The only customer who was truly interested in obtaining the trouble-prone ape for good was a little girl named Ogee ("Oh Gee!"), who, unfortunately, could never convince her parents to let her keep Magilla (During the cartoon's theme song, "We've Got a Gorilla for Sale", Ogee would always ask hopefully, "How much is that gorilla in the window?" a twist on the old standard, "(How Much Is) That Doggie in the Window?"). Magilla Gorilla was voiced by veteran actor Allan Melvin, Mr. Peebles was voiced by Howard Morris, and Ogee voice was provided by Jean Vander Pyl.Barbie, Then and now.
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