Beany and Cecil
Beany and Cecil first appeared as a hand puppet TV show in the late 40's created by Warner Brother
Animation Director Bob Clampett. It later became an animated cartoon series called "Matty's Funday Funnies"
in 1959, later renamed "Matty's Funnies with Beany and Cecil" and finally a stand alone as "Beany and Cecil".
Another season was produced in 1988.
BC2009 DAVY CRICKET. This is an original hand inked and hand painted production cel on a print background used in the making of "The
Beany & Cecil Show" 1962. Includes matching pencil aniimation color model shown at right.          Please call for price and availability.
BC2010 This is an original hand inked and painted title production cel with a print background
used in the making of "The Beany & Cecil Show" 1962.     Please call for price and availability.
BC2020 This is an original hand inked and hand painted title production cel with a print
background used in the making of "The Beany & Cecil Show"1962. Please call for price .
BC2035 LITTLE HOMER. This is an original hand inked and hand painted production cel with
a print background used in the making of "The Beany &Cecil Show" 1962.Please call for price
BC2031 BEANY SITTING. This is an original hand inked and hand painted production cel with
a print background used in the making of "The Beany & Cecil Show" 1962. Please call for price.
BC1701 TOMMY HAWK. This is an original hand inked and hand
painted model cel used in the making of "The Beany & Cecil Show" 1962
Please call for price and availability.
Celebrating our 38th year in
Cedar Rapids, Iowa!
Robert "Bob" Clampett  was an American animator, producer, director, and
puppeteer best known for his work on the
Looney Tunes animated series from
Warner Bros. plus the television shows
"Time for Beany" and "Beany and
Cecil
". Early in his life Bob Clampett joined the team at Harman-Ising Productions
and began working on the studio's  
Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies. By 1937
Clampett was promoted to a directorial position at the Warner Brothers Animation
unit. During his fifteen years at the studio Bob directed 84 cartoons later deemed
classic. Clampett designed some of the studio's most famous characters, including
Porky Pig and Tweety.

Clampett left Warner Bros. Cartoons in 1946 to turn his attention to television,
creating the famous puppet show
Time for Beany in 1949. A later animated
versionof
Beany and Cecil, ran for five years beginning in 1962. In his later years
Bob Clampett toured college campuses and animation festivals as a lecturer on the
history of animation.
Ask about Sold-Out Bob Clampett hand painted limited edition cels             
commemorating his Looney Tunes years!
THE ART OF BOB CLAMPETT
Edition 500, 1989  Please call for more Bob Clampett Looney Tunes art!
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