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Ruth Clampett's Wildsville Animation & Fine Art Gallery
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The Hanna-Barbera Studio was formed in 1957 and dominated American television animation for decades. With Bill Hanna’s comedic timing and Joe Barbera’s amazing storytelling instincts, this powerful partnership created legendary work that continues to entertain. The duo received many honors, including a Governors Award from the Television Academy, eight Emmy Awards and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, an in 1993 were inducted into the Television Academy's Hall of Fame.
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Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Characters
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In 1962, legendary animation director, Bob Clampett created “Beany and Cecil,” an animated series modeled after the successful puppet show, “Time For Beany.” The series, like the puppet show, featured Beany, Cecil the Seasick Sea Serpent, and a plethora of other characters, who today remain as quirky as they are original, as their adventures embark them on surreal parodies of contemporary events and places.
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Beany and Cecil Cartoon
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Warner Bros. emerged by the 1940's as the dominant studio in animated short subjects, a result of the extraordinary talent of the directors, animators, voice talents, writers and musical direction of their production units. Their cartoons were bold, brash, funny and innovative. The studio created an attitude in animated films. There was a sense of humor in writing and drawing, even in the music and sound effects. It was also the key to their popularity.
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These limited edition images are from the DC Comic Collection published by Clampett Studios. 
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DC Comics
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