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'Vintage' Top Cat Comic cover. A reproduction of a vintage Top Cat comic cover.  printed on quality canvas and framed. 'Top Cat' was a Hanna-Barbera prime-time animated television series which ran from 1961 to 1962 for thirty episodes on the ABC classic animation network Boomerang. This print depicts the whole loveable crew.

'Top Cat' was created as a parody of 'The Phil Silvers Show' with Arnold Stang imitating Sgt Bilko's voice for the titular character. This was only the second cartoon series to premiere on prime time TV. Top Cat (T.C.) is the leader of a gang of Manhattan alley cats living in Hoagy's Alley: Fancy-Fancy, Spook, Benny the Ball, Brain, and Choo-Choo. The gang constantly hatch get-rich-quick schemes through scams but most of them usually backfire. Animation director:Charles Nichols, started his career at the Disney studio. His first film credit was for the film "Pinocchio" (1940.)

Vintage Top cat. print on canvas with floating black frame

  • Our canvas print come stretched on a wooden frame. An outer solid Frame gives your canvas a classic presentation. These “shadow” or “floating” frames leave a gap around the folded edges of your canvas, so the whole of your print remains visible. It’s a smart design that’s popular in art galleries. Printed on canvas 30 x 20 cm.

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