Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Cool Stuff: More Hanna-Barbera Collectibles!

And we start out this installment's parade of Hanna-Barbera merchandise with some storybooks!

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Great Grape Ape!

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Hong Kong Phooey!

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Huckleberry Hound and Yogi Bear!

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Lippy the Lion and Hardy Har Har!

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Huckleberry Hound and Friends Puzzles!

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Huckleberry Hound and Friends Album!

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Huckleberry Hound camera!

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Huck color by number!

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Huck "Nuckle Chuck" game!

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Another Huck record, which I don't believe used the original voices...

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This set probably doesn't, either!

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Huck and Friends TV tray!

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Huck and Friends "TV Viewer"!

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Jetsons Bubble Blaster!

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Mr. Jinx Push Puppet!

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Jonny Quest Model Sheet! Click for a larger view.

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Josie and the Pussycats record album! Yeah, I know Josie was an Archie Comics creation, but H-B did the cartoons!

More H-B stuff to come!

Jon

4 comments:

  1. i don't seam to know the people on the cover of the Josie album.. probbly the real singers because i don't know of a Live Action series and they don't seam to be dressing up or such like as the band..

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  2. I know Cheryl Ladd was one of the singers for the show... but that blonde doesn't quite look like her (if it was a larger photo, I'd have a better chance of telling). My guess is the ladies on that cover are the ones who did the actual singing... but for all we know, it could just be thre women who are supposed to resemble the cartoon characters (Josie doesn't seem to be much of a redhead, though).

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  3. I think the blonde is Sally Struthers of All in the Family.

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  4. Kind of looks like her, doesn't it, Rick?

    But according to Wikipedia...

    "Josie and the Pussycats, besides being both an Archie comic book and a Saturday morning cartoon series, is also the name of a bubblegum pop singing group from the early 1970s, which was designed to be the real-life incarnation of the musical girl group featured in both the comic and the cartoon. The group was made up of Cathy Dougher (real name Kathleen Dougherty), Patrice Holloway, and Cherie Moor (formerly known as Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoor and later better known as Cheryl Ladd), who cut an album and six singles for Capitol Records in 1970 with Danny Janssen's La La Productions."

    Jon

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