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Classic Cartoons

Comic Mint is pleased to offer animation fans our gallery of 'Blast from the Past' cartoons.
Featuring some of the craziest and most memorable characters to ever appear on our TV screens.

"George of the Jungle" (1967)

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"George of the Jungle" (1967)

900.00

RARE Original Production Cel
Produced By: Jay Ward Studio
Size: 12.5" x 10.5" inches (unframed)
Release Date: 1967
Worldwide Shipping (FedEx): $30 USD

Item Code: JW-00177

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Comic Mint, your best source for rare, kooky, and classic animation art, is pleased to offer fans of the "George of the Jungle Show" this RARE original hand painted production cel.

This vintage production cel from 1967 is hand painted and features George, Ursula and Ape.
The animation cel measures 12.5" x 10.5" inches, and the cel is is placed against a coloured sheet of paper.

The Jay Ward Studio sold these cels through his Dudley Do-Right Emporium on Sunset Blvd during the 1980's. The untrimmed animation cel measures 10.5. x 12.5 inches.

Background info: George of the Jungle was an American animated series produced by Jay Ward and Bill Scott, who created The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. The character George was inspired by the legend of Tarzan. It ran for 17 episodes on Saturday mornings from September 9 to December 30, 1967, on the American TV network ABC.
The title segment, George of the Jungle, is a parody of the popular Tarzan stories of Edgar Rice Burroughs. George (voiced by Bill Scott), is a dim-witted but big-hearted "ape man" who is always called upon by District Commissioner Alistair (voiced by Paul Frees) to save inhabitants of the jungle from various threats.

In the opening title, George is depicted swinging on vines, repeatedly slamming face-first into trees or other obstacles even as theme-song singers warn him to "watch out for that tree!" Another running gag is that George keeps forgetting that he lives in a treehouse, falling to the ground every time he leaves home.

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