Peter Puck NBC Sports Production Cel/Title Card Hanna Barbera, 1975. Peter Puck is a talking hockey puck with ice skates and gloves. He was created by Hanna-Barbera in 1973 when NBC asked for an animated character to explain the rudiments of ice hockey to fans of the game. In each episode, Peter lectured on a different aspect of ice hockey: how the equipment is made, referee hand signals and penalties, the history of the Stanley Cup, etc. Only nine episodes were produced, but Peter Puck was a cult favorite in the 1970s, and still has many fans today.
This RARE piece was hand-painted at Hanna Barbera's Ink and Paint Department on 12 field acetate and placed over a color card. The joint efforts of William Hanna and Joseph Barbera have had a powerful and lasting impact on television animation. Since the late 1950s, Hanna-Barbera programs have been a staple of television entertainment.
Furthermore, a great many of the characters originally created by Hanna and Barbera for the small screen have crossed the boundaries into film, books, toys, and all manner of other media, becoming virtually ubiquitous as cultural icons. This is your chance to own a little piece of that magic.. This beautifully animated cel has. Painted by Hanna-Barbera's Ink and Paint Department.
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