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The Flintstones (1971) Gene Hazelton

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The Flintstones (1971) Gene Hazelton

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The Flintstones (1971) Gene Hazelton

800.00

Outstanding Gene Hazelton Sunday, featuring more hilarious antics with Fred, Wilma and Pebbles. 

Produced By: Hanna-Barbera
Size: 23" x 14.5" inches (unframed)
Release Date: August 29th, 1971
Worldwide Shipping (FedEx): $30 USD

Item Code: CA-00749

COMMENTS 
Here is the original art for the classic Hanna-Barbera "The Flintstones" Sunday Comic Strip, dated August 29th, 1971. This vintage sunday is written and drawn by Gene Hazelton (McNaught Syndicate Inc., 1971).

The artwork features Fred, Wilma and Pebbles, and is entitled "Who'll Mend Th' Store". Produced in ink over blue pencil on Bristol board with an image area measuring approximately 20" x 13.5" inches. The artwork is overall tanned, which is common for pieces this age, and is in very good condition, with no corrections or word balloon paste-ups.

The sunday is beautifully rendered with crisp artwork by Gene Hazelton, perfectly capturing the style of the television series. A nice big piece, perfect for display. 

Gene Hazelton (3/6/1919 - 6/4/2005, USA)
Gene Hazelton was an animator and artist of newspaper comics. 
He was eventually assigned by Hanna-Barbera to oversee the creation of the comic strips based on 'The Flintstones' and 'Yogi Bear'. He was the head artist of the newspaper comics from 1961 to the early 1980s, often assisted by artists like Roger Armstong, Dale Hale, Harvey Eisenberg and Jesse Marsh. 

During this period, Hazelton also cooperated on Hanna-Barbera's animation productions, such as the creation of 'The Jetsons'. He created Pebbles and later Bamm Bamm for the Flintstones TV show. Bamm Bamm was modeled after his real life son, Wes.

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