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Ren & Stimpy Production Cel Cell Animation Art Nickelodeon Seal COA Dogs Life

 

  • Nickelodeon's Smash Hit
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show
  • From "It's a Dogs Life"
  • Original Production Cel
  • Color Reproduction Background
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA) From Nickelodeon
  • Cel Size: 12 Field, Unframed, Unmatted  
  • Nickelodeon Seal 
  • This cel was used in the production of The Ren & Stimpy Show.

The Ren and Stimpy Show is an American/Canadian animated television series created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi.  The series follows the adventures of the eponymous characters: Ren Höek, a neurotic "asthma-hound" chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, — a simpleminded manx cat. They wander around in nonsensical adventures in a style reminiscent of the Golden Age of American animation.

A series from the children's cable network Nickelodeon, The Ren and Stimpy Show had a reputation for subversive humor. The controversy mostly stemmed from imagery and cartoon violence.  In 1992, Nickelodeon fired Kricfalusi and production moved from Kricfalusi's Spümcø studios to Games Animation, where it stayed until its cancellation in 1997.

 



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Ren & Stimpy Production Cel Cell Animation John K Seal Season 1 Nurse Stimpy

 

  • Nickelodeon's Smash Hit
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show
  • From "Nurse Stimpy"
  • One-of-a-Kind Hand Painted Animation Production Cel
  • Cel is on a Reproduction Background
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA) From Nickelodeon
  • Cel Size: 12 Field, Unframed, Unmatted  
  • Nickelodeon Seal
  • Please note: Cels may be stuck together and should not be separated. 

 

This cel was used in the production of an episode of The Ren & Stimpy Show.

The Ren and Stimpy Show is an American/Canadian animated television series created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi.  The series follows the adventures of the eponymous characters: Ren Höek, a neurotic "asthma-hound" chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, — a simpleminded manx cat. They wander around in nonsensical adventures in a style reminiscent of the Golden Age of American animation.

A series from the children's cable network Nickelodeon, The Ren and Stimpy Show had a reputation for subversive humor. The controversy mostly stemmed from imagery and cartoon violence.  In 1992, Nickelodeon fired Kricfalusi and production moved from Kricfalusi's Spümcø studios to Games Animation, where it stayed until its cancellation in 1997.

 

 

 
 

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Ren & Stimpy Production Cel Cell Animation John K Seal Season 1 Nurse Stimpy

 

  • Nickelodeon's Smash Hit
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show
  • From "Nurse Stimpy"
  • One-of-a-Kind Hand Painted Animation Production Cel
  • Cel is on a Reproduction Background
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA) From Nickelodeon
  • Cel Size: 12 Field, Unframed, Unmatted  
  • Nickelodeon Seal
  • Please note: Cels may be stuck together and should not be separated. 

 

This cel was used in the production of an episode of The Ren & Stimpy Show.

The Ren and Stimpy Show is an American/Canadian animated television series created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi.  The series follows the adventures of the eponymous characters: Ren Höek, a neurotic "asthma-hound" chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, — a simpleminded manx cat. They wander around in nonsensical adventures in a style reminiscent of the Golden Age of American animation.

A series from the children's cable network Nickelodeon, The Ren and Stimpy Show had a reputation for subversive humor. The controversy mostly stemmed from imagery and cartoon violence.  In 1992, Nickelodeon fired Kricfalusi and production moved from Kricfalusi's Spümcø studios to Games Animation, where it stayed until its cancellation in 1997.

 

 

 
 

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Ren & Stimpy Production Cel Cell Animation John K Seal Season 1 Nurse Stimpy

 

  • Nickelodeon's Smash Hit
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show
  • From "Nurse Stimpy"
  • One-of-a-Kind Hand Painted Animation Production Cel
  • Cel is on a Reproduction Background
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA) From Nickelodeon
  • Cel Size: 12 Field, Unframed, Unmatted  
  • Nickelodeon Seal
  • Please note: Cels may be stuck together and should not be separated. 

 

This cel was used in the production of an episode of The Ren & Stimpy Show.

The Ren and Stimpy Show is an American/Canadian animated television series created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi.  The series follows the adventures of the eponymous characters: Ren Höek, a neurotic "asthma-hound" chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, — a simpleminded manx cat. They wander around in nonsensical adventures in a style reminiscent of the Golden Age of American animation.

A series from the children's cable network Nickelodeon, The Ren and Stimpy Show had a reputation for subversive humor. The controversy mostly stemmed from imagery and cartoon violence.  In 1992, Nickelodeon fired Kricfalusi and production moved from Kricfalusi's Spümcø studios to Games Animation, where it stayed until its cancellation in 1997.

 

 

 
 

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Ren & Stimpy Production Cel Cell Drawing Spumco John K Pilot COA Big House Blues

 

  • Nickelodeon's Smash Hit
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show
  • "Big House Blues" Pilot Episode
  • Dog Catcher
  • Airdate: August 18, 1991
  • One-of-a-Kind Hand Painted Animation Production Cel
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA) From Nickelodeon
  • Cel Size: 16 Field, Unframed, Unmatted  
  • Nickelodeon Seal
 

 

This drawing was used in the production of an episode of The Ren & Stimpy Show.

The Ren and Stimpy Show is an American/Canadian animated television series created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi.  The series follows the adventures of the eponymous characters: Ren Höek, a neurotic "asthma-hound" chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, — a simpleminded manx cat. They wander around in nonsensical adventures in a style reminiscent of the Golden Age of American animation.

A series from the children's cable network Nickelodeon, The Ren and Stimpy Show had a reputation for subversive humor. The controversy mostly stemmed from imagery and cartoon violence.  In 1992, Nickelodeon fired Kricfalusi and production moved from Kricfalusi's Spümcø studios to Games Animation, where it stayed until its cancellation in 1997.

 

 

Big House Blues: We learn how Ren and Stimpy are poor and live in the city streets with no food or shelter. Suddenly a dog catcher comes along and takes them to the pound. All looks good, until their newfound friend Phil is "put to sleep." Ren thinks it's only a nap, and falls asleep and dreams he's dating a woman, but winds up kissing Stimpy, waking up to the horrible truth (and then he washes himself in the toilet). Ren hears from another dog, Jasper, that Phil was put to "the big sleep!" Ren freaks out and starts crying, knowing he and Stimpy are doomed. Later, Stimpy coughs up hairballs on Ren, and then a little girl mistakens Ren for a poodle. She adopts him, and then Ren talks the girl into adopting Stimpy. They are happy in their new home, especially Stimpy with his new litterbox.

 

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Ren & Stimpy Production Cel Cell John K Spumco COA Season 1 Stimpy's Invention

 

  • Nickelodeon's Smash Hit
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show
  • "Stimpy's Invention"
  • From Season 1, Episode 6
  • Airdate: February 23, 1992
  • One-of-a-Kind Hand Painted Animation Production Cel
  • The Glue Boots are Copied onto the Reproduction Background
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA) From Nickelodeon
  • Size: 12 Field (10.5" x 12")
  • Unmatted, Unframed
  • Please note: Cels may be stuck together and should not be separated.
  • PLEASE NOTE:  the socks are part of the reproduction background.

 

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Stimpy's Invention:  After Ren tries some of Stimpy's inventions that work poorly, Stimpy invents a "Happy Helmet" to make Ren feel happier, at which Ren is forcefully happy. Note: this episode includes the original "Happy Happy Joy Joy" song.

The Ren and Stimpy Show is an American/Canadian animated television series created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi.  The series follows the adventures of the eponymous characters: Ren Höek, a neurotic "asthma-hound" chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, — a simpleminded manx cat. They wander around in nonsensical adventures in a style reminiscent of the Golden Age of American animation.

A series from the children's cable network Nickelodeon, The Ren and Stimpy Show had a reputation for subversive humor. The controversy mostly stemmed from imagery and cartoon violence.  In 1992, Nickelodeon fired Kricfalusi and production moved from Kricfalusi's Spümcø studios to Games Animation, where it stayed until its cancellation in 1997.

 

Happy Happy Joy Joy
"Hello, boys and girls, this is your old pal Stinky Wizzleteats. This is a
song about a whale-no! This is a song about being happy. That's right!
It's the Happy Happy Joy Joy song!

CHORUS
Happy happy joy joy
Happy happy joy joy
Happy happy joy joy
Happy happy joy joy
Happy happy joy joy
Happy happy joy joy
Happy happy joy joy joy

I don't think you're happy enough. That's right! I'll teach you to be
happy. I'll teach your grandmother to suck eggs.

CHORUS

If'n you ain' the graddaddy of all liars. The little critters of nature
they don't know that they're ugly. That's very funny! A fly marrying a
bumblebee. I told you I'd shoot! But you didn't believe me. Why didn't you
believe me?

CHORUS

Happy happy happy happy
Happy happy happy happy
Happy happy joy joy joy"

 

 

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Ren & Stimpy Production Cel Cell Seal COA John K Season 1 Episode 2 Robin Hoek

 

  • Nickelodeon's Smash Hit
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show
  • From "Robin Hoek"
  • Season 1,  Episode 2 (1991)
  • Hand Painted Original Production Cel
  • Color Reproduction Background
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA) From Nickelodeon
  • Cel Size: 12 Field, Unframed, Unmatted  
  • Nickelodeon Seal

 

This cel was used in the production of The Ren & Stimpy Show.

The Ren and Stimpy Show is an American/Canadian animated television series created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi.  The series follows the adventures of the eponymous characters: Ren Höek, a neurotic "asthma-hound" chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, — a simpleminded manx cat. They wander around in nonsensical adventures in a style reminiscent of the Golden Age of American animation.

A series from the children's cable network Nickelodeon, The Ren and Stimpy Show had a reputation for subversive humor. The controversy mostly stemmed from imagery and cartoon violence.  In 1992, Nickelodeon fired Kricfalusi and production moved from Kricfalusi's Spümcø studios to Games Animation, where it stayed until its cancellation in 1997.

 

2a "Robin Höek" August 18, 1991 (1991-08-18) RSO2a As Stimpy reads a mixed-up version of Robin Hood, Ren dreams he is Robin, and Stimpy as all the other roles. 

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Ren Stimpy Original Production Cel Cell COA John K Season 1 Episode 6 Black Hole

 

  • Nickelodeon's Smash Hit
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show
  • From "Black Hole" 
  • Season 1, Episode 6
  • One-of-a-Kind Hand Painted Animation Production Cel
  • Cel is on a Reproduction Background as well as seal 
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA) From Nickelodeon
  • Cel Size: 12 Field, Unframed, Unmatted  
  • Nickelodeon Seal
  • Please note: Cels may be stuck together and should not be separated. 

 

This cel was used in the production of an episode of The Ren & Stimpy Show.

The Ren and Stimpy Show is an American/Canadian animated television series created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi.  The series follows the adventures of the eponymous characters: Ren Höek, a neurotic "asthma-hound" chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, — a simpleminded manx cat. They wander around in nonsensical adventures in a style reminiscent of the Golden Age of American animation.

A series from the children's cable network Nickelodeon, The Ren and Stimpy Show had a reputation for subversive humor. The controversy mostly stemmed from imagery and cartoon violence.  In 1992, Nickelodeon fired Kricfalusi and production moved from Kricfalusi's Spümcø studios to Games Animation, where it stayed until its cancellation in 1997.

 

 

 
 

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Ren Stimpy Production Cel Cell COA John K Season 1 Episode 1 Stimpy's Big Day

 

  • Nickelodeon's Smash Hit
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show
  • From "Stimpy's Big Day/The Big Shot"
  • Season 1, Episode 1 
  • One-of-a-Kind Hand Painted Animation Production Cel
  • Cel is on a Reproduction Background
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA) From Nickelodeon
  • Cel Size: 12 Field, Unframed, Unmatted  
  • Nickelodeon Seal
  • Please note: Cels may be stuck together and should not be separated. 

 

This cel was used in the production of an episode of The Ren & Stimpy Show.

The Ren and Stimpy Show is an American/Canadian animated television series created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi.  The series follows the adventures of the eponymous characters: Ren Höek, a neurotic "asthma-hound" chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, — a simpleminded manx cat. They wander around in nonsensical adventures in a style reminiscent of the Golden Age of American animation.

A series from the children's cable network Nickelodeon, The Ren and Stimpy Show had a reputation for subversive humor. The controversy mostly stemmed from imagery and cartoon violence.  In 1992, Nickelodeon fired Kricfalusi and production moved from Kricfalusi's Spümcø studios to Games Animation, where it stayed until its cancellation in 1997.

 

 

 
 

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Ren Stimpy Production Cel Cell COA John K Season 1 Episode 4 Animation Art

 

  • Nickelodeon's Smash Hit
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show
  • From the short at the end of the episode
  • Season 1, Episode 4 
  • One-of-a-Kind Hand Painted Animation Production Cel
  • Cel is on a Reproduction Background
  • Certificate of Authenticity (COA) From Nickelodeon
  • Cel Size: 12 Field, Unframed, Unmatted  
  • Nickelodeon Seal
  • Please note: Cels may be stuck together and should not be separated. 

 

This cel was used in the production of an episode of The Ren & Stimpy Show.

The Ren and Stimpy Show is an American/Canadian animated television series created by Canadian animator John Kricfalusi.  The series follows the adventures of the eponymous characters: Ren Höek, a neurotic "asthma-hound" chihuahua, and Stimpson J. Cat, — a simpleminded manx cat. They wander around in nonsensical adventures in a style reminiscent of the Golden Age of American animation.

A series from the children's cable network Nickelodeon, The Ren and Stimpy Show had a reputation for subversive humor. The controversy mostly stemmed from imagery and cartoon violence.  In 1992, Nickelodeon fired Kricfalusi and production moved from Kricfalusi's Spümcø studios to Games Animation, where it stayed until its cancellation in 1997.

 

 

 
 

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SIMPSONS Production Cel Drawing Butterfingers Commercial 1990's Bart Simpson

  • THE SIMPSONS
  • TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX & MATT GROENIG
  • Butterfingers Commercial - 1990's - Titled "In the Dark"
  • One-Of-A-Kind Original Hand-Paper Production Drawing
  • Bart
  • 12 Field Cel Animation Paper
  • Certificate of Authenticity from The Cricket Gallery
  • Unmatted, Unframed 

The Simpsons is an American animated television sitcom created by Matt Groening for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The series is a satirical parody of a middle class American lifestyle epitomized by its eponymous family, which consists of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie. The show is set in the fictional city of Springfield, and lampoons American culture, society and television, and many aspects of the human condition.

The family was conceived by Groening shortly before a pitch for a series of animated shorts with the producer James L. Brooks. Groening created a dysfunctional family and named the characters after members of his own family, substituting Bart for his own name. The shorts became a part of The Tracey Ullman Show on April 19, 1987. After a three-season run, the sketch was developed into a half-hour prime time show and was an early hit for Fox, becoming the first Fox series to land in the Top 30 ratings in a season (1989–1990).

Butterfinger Commercials: 
Butterfinger is a popular peanut-butter and chocolate candy bar. There have been 150 commercials for Butterfinger that have featured The Simpsons since 1988 up through today.  Many of the commercials featured Homer trying to get Bart's Butterfinger, but would be one-upped by Bart each time. Each commercial ended with Bart saying the candy's tagline - "No one better lay a finger on my Butterfinger" (in the late 1990's, this was changed to "Bite My Butterfinger!).


 
 
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Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs Limited Edition Lithograph Disney Animation Art

  • "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • Special Edition Lithograph
  • Approx. 8" X 10"
  • In Presentation Mat/Folder


Absolutely beautiful commemorative lithograph issued in 1994.
To enjoy as presented or ready for framing.
 
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
is a 1937 American animated feature based on the Brothers Grimm fairy tale Snow White. It was the first full-length cel-animated feature in motion picture history, as well as the first animated feature film produced in America, the first produced in full color, the first to be produced by Walt Disney, and the first in the Walt Disney Animated Classics canon.
 
Through a textual prologue the audience is told that Snow White is a princess living with her vain and wicked stepmother, known only as the Queen. Fearing Snow White's beauty, the Queen forced her to work as a scullery maid and would daily ask her Magic Mirror "who is the fairest one of all." The mirror would always answer that the Queen was, pleasing her.

At the film's opening, the Magic Mirror informs the Queen that Snow White is now the fairest in the land. The jealous Queen orders her huntsman to take Snow White into the woods and kill her, demanding that he bring her the dead girl's heart in a jeweled box as proof of the deed. The huntsman, unwilling to harm Snow White, instead spares her life, and urges her to flee into the woods and never come back, bringing back a pig's heart instead.

Lost and frightened, the princess is befriended by woodland creatures who lead her to a cottage deep in the woods. Finding seven small chairs in the cottage's dining room, Snow White assumes the cottage is the untidy home of seven children. It soon becomes apparent that the cottage belongs instead to seven adult dwarfs, Doc, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy, Bashful, Sneezy, and Dopey, who work in a nearby mine. Returning home, they are alarmed to find their cottage clean and surmise that an intruder has invaded their home. The dwarfs find Snow White upstairs, asleep across three of their beds. The princess awakens, introduces herself, and all of the dwarfs except Grumpy (but who eventually warms up to her) welcome her as a house guest after they learn she can cook. Snow White begins a new life cooking and keeping house for the dwarfs.

The Queen eventually discovers that Snow White is still alive when the mirror again answers that Snow White is the fairest in the land. Using magic to disguise herself as an old hag, the Queen goes to the cottage while the dwarfs are away and tricks Snow White into biting into a poisoned (magic wishing) apple that sends her into a deep sleep, which can only be broken by love's first kiss. The dwarfs, alerted by the woodland animals who recognized the Queen, chase the Queen up a cliff and trap her. She tries to roll a boulder over them but lightning strikes the cliff she is standing on and she falls to her death.

The dwarfs return to their cottage and find Snow White seemingly dead. Unwilling to bury her body out of sight in the ground, they instead place her in a glass coffin trimmed with gold in a clearing in the forest. Together with the woodland creatures, they keep watch over her body through the seasons.

After several seasons pass, a Prince who had previously met and fallen in love with Snow White, learns of her plight and visits her coffin. Captivated by her beauty, he kisses her, which breaks the spell and awakens her. The dwarfs and animals all rejoice as Snow White and the prince ride off to the Prince's castle. {from Wikipedia}


 
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THE FOX & THE HOUND Disney Original Production Cel Drawing Animation Art 1981

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  • Original One of a Kind Production Art
  • THE FOX & HOUND
  • 16 Field Drawing (10.5" x 16")
  • Todd
  • Graphite on Animation Paper
  • Unmatted, Unframed.


Production Drawings are the building blocks of animation; through these drawings, the animator carefully plans the look and movement of each character.  Drawings are refined (often using different colored pencils) until the animator is satisfied with the look, detail, and degree of motion for each character; at this point, cels are created by tracing  drawings onto clear acetate.  Production Drawings provide perhaps the most intimate look in the animation process.


The Fox and the Hound is a 1981 animated feature produced by Walt Disney Productions, first released to movie theaters in the U.S. on July 10, 1981. The twenty-fourth animated feature in the Disney animated features canon, the film is based on the Daniel P. Mannix novel of the same name. The film centers around the story of two unlikely friends, a hound dog and a fox, who struggle to preserve their friendship despite their emerging instincts. At the time of release, it was the most expensive animated film produced, costing $12 million.  After a young red fox is orphaned, an owl named Big Mama arranges for him to be adopted by the Widow Tweed. Tweed names him Tod, since he reminds her of a toddler. Meanwhile, Tweed's neighbor, a hunter named Amos Slade, brings home a young hound puppy named Copper and introduces him to his hunting dog Chief. Tod and Copper become playmates, and vow to remain "friends forever." Slade grows frustrated at Copper for constantly wandering off to play, and places him on a leash. While playing with Copper at his home, Tod awakens Chief. Slade and Chief chase him until they are stopped by Tweed. After an argument, Slade says that he intends to kill Tod at his first opportunity. Hunting season comes and Slade takes his dogs into the wilderness for the interim. Meanwhile, Big Mama explains to Tod that his friendship with Copper cannot continue, as they are natural enemies, but Tod refuses to believe her.

Months pass, and Tod and Copper reach adulthood. On the night of Copper's return, Tod sneaks over to meet him. Copper explains that he is a hunting dog now and things are different between them. Chief awakens and alerts Slade, a chase ensues and Copper catches Tod. Copper lets Tod go then diverts Chief and Slade. Chief maintains his pursuit onto a railroad track where he is struck by a high-speed train and wounded. Copper and Slade blame Tod for the accident and swear vengeance. Tweed realizes that her pet is no longer safe with her and leaves him at a game preserve. Big Mama introduces him to a female fox named Vixey, then Slade and Copper trespass into the preserve and hunt the two foxes. The chase climaxes when Slade and Copper inadvertently provoke an attack from a bear. Slade trips and is caught in his own trap and drops his gun just out of reach. Copper fights the bear but is no match for it. Tod battles the bear until they both fall down a waterfall. Copper approaches Tod as he lies in the lake below when Slade appears, ready to fire at the fox. Copper interposes his body in front of Tod, and refuses to move away. Slade lowers his gun and leaves with Copper, but not before the two former adversaries share one last smile before parting. At home, Tweed nurses Slade back to health while the dogs rest. Copper, before resting, smiles as he remembers the day when he became friends with Tod. On a hill Vixey joins Tod as he looks down on the homes of Copper and Tweed. {from Wikipedia}


 

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TWO ANGRY BEAVERS Limited Edition Painted Cel Cell Nickelodeon Animation Art

  • "Two Angry Beavers" - The Smash Nicktoons 
  • Hand Painted Cel (approximately 100 were done)
  • On a Reproduction Background
  • Nickelodeon Gift Seal 
  • Limited Edition 
  • 12 Field - 10.5" x 12" 


This Limited Edition was used by Nickelodeon as a holiday present for executives.  Less than 50 were produced.


Two Angry Beavers is a Nickelodeon American animated television series about Daggett and Norbert Beaver, two beaver brothers who have left their parents and home to become bachelors in the forest. Their many adventures spark them to release their ugly sides very often, drawing in the name Angry Beavers. The show premiered in 1997 after the 1997 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards and was canceled in November 11, 2001 (with a handful of unaired episodes remaining). It was created by Mitch Schauer.  When their parents have another litter, the Norbert (the smart one) and Daggett (the stupid one) Beaver have to strike out on their own. Their new home on a lake in middle of the forest seems to be the scene of most every odd occurrence imaginable. The two beavers have to deal with wacko government scientists, 100-foot walking splinters, super-long teeth, a fish so big it can swallow a Swede, a giant cricket, the dreaded stinky toe, evil mind-controlling pond scum, a Swamp Witch, zombies, Mexican wrestlers, lying documentary-film makers, a stupidity potion, a big fat hairy naked Canadian, and a too-friendly robot, along with many other problems. In the midst of all this, Norb and Dag satisfy their love of Grade-Z 50's sci-fi, hot peppers, Yoo-hoo, and, of course, wood. Written by Jonathan D. H. Parshall







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Underdog Original Hand Drawn Production Cel Storyboard 1964 Animation Art Simon

  • Underdog - 1964
  • This is the Original Hand Drawn Storyboard - NOT the reproduction
  • One of a Kind Production Art Drawings - Thumbnail Storyboard Drawing
  • Graphite, Red, Blue Pencil and Black Ink
  • Size 8" x 4.5"
  • Staple Marks on Very Top Edge, Tear in the hole at top.
  • Printed at the Bottom in Small Type: "tomkins telepad - copyright 1950 Arthur Brown & Bro., Inc. N.Y."
  • Unmatted, Unframed

 

The animation storyboard is the first sight of what a cartoon or piece of animation is going to look like. They are reproduced and given to the animators working on the film.  The animation storyboard looks like a series of strip comics, with individual drawings of storylines, scenes, characters and their emotions and other major parts of the movie. The drawings will reflect the early ideas of what characters will look like, what the backgrounds and scenery will be some idea of dialogue, emotions ,and a general feel of the animation process. Storyboards are very important, as they form the basis of the work that is carried out on the movie, describing most of the major features as well as the plot and its development.  Animation storyboards are also the coordinating vehicle of the film, taking the place of the script, and allowing different teams of people to work on different aspects and scenes in the movie. A studio like Pixar will have thousands of storyboard frames like the one shown here. The finished movie may not always conform to all aspects of the storyboard, but they will document many of the early developments in the movie. They are often the first step of the animation process, as they show the first views - albeit static - of the animation process.

Underdog is an American animated television series that debuted October 3, 1964, on the NBC network under the primary sponsorship of General Mills, and continued in syndication until 1973, for a run of approximately 124 episodes.  Underdog, Shoeshine Boy’s heroic alter-ego, appeared whenever love interest Sweet Polly Purebred was being victimized by such villains as Simon Bar Sinister or Riff Raff. Underdog always speaks in rhymes, such as, “There’s no need to fear, Underdog is here!” His voice was supplied by Wally Cox.

The syndicated version of The Underdog Show consists of 62 half-hour episodes. The supporting segments differ from the show's original network run. The first 26 syndicated episodes feature Tennessee Tuxedo as a supporting segment (Tennessee Tuxedo originally aired as a separate show, and also has its own syndicated adaptation). Thereafter, for most of the balance of the package, the middle segments include Go Go Gophers and Klondike Kat for three consecutive, half-hours, and Tennessee Tuxedo in the fourth.

Total Television Productions, Leonardo Television Productions.
Cartoon Characters: Underdog/Shoeshine Boy, Sweet Polly Purebread, Klondike Kat, Major Minor, Running Board, Ruffled Feather, Sergeant Okey Homa, Colonel Kit Coyote, The Hunter, Officer Flim Flanagan, The Fox, Commander McBragg, Stanley Livingston.

 

 

 
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WDCC The Delivery Boy Title Scroll New In Box Mint Walt DIsney Classics Retired

  • Walt Disney Classics Collection WDCC
  • "The Delivery Boy" with Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse
  •  Opening Title Scroll
  • Retired in 199
  • MINT condition in Original Box with Certificate of Authenticity.
  • The box look like they have been gently handled. 
  • This pieces have never been out of the box and displayed.
  • It will be packed and shipped with extreme care.

 

THE WALT DISNEY CLASSICS COLLECTION is the only collection of fine animation sculptures created using the time-honored principles of Disney film animation. As a result, each sculpture captures all the emotion and magic of the unforgettable characters and settings created by Disney.
To earn their place in the Collection, sculptures are designed and reviewed by animators, sculptors and painters at the Disney Studios in Burbank, California. Countless materials, including character model sheets, storyboards, layout drawings, and original film cels are referenced during the creation of each sculpture. Many sculptures are “plussed” with metal, crystal or blown glass to further enhance the Disney “illusion of life.” And each sculpture carries a signature backstamp with the production year mark (see back page) and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity imprintedwith the signatures of Disney Archivist Dave Smith and Walt Disney Classics Collection Creative.

 

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