HUCKLEBERRY HOUND Hanna Barbera BEN COOPER Mask & Costume with Original box 1960s
Item: Costume – Vintage. Item: Huckleberry Hound (Hanna Barbera). Size: Small (Age 4-6). Box Dimensions: (Approx) 11.25 x 8.5 x 3.75. Nice Unrestored Old Original. Year Made: 1960s 1962? Everything is in Very Nice Shape. Original Cellophane still on the box. Original Price tag still on the box. Mask is in excellent used shape. Costume is fully intact but has some stains on it. I didn’t try to clean them off. Nice for the collector. Clean Unique and Solid. Please view the pics to grade for yourself. Nice one for the collector, this one is looking for a good home to care for it. Very Very Hard to find, fully intact. Plenty of listings & auctions to be listed. Proceeds will be heading to one of our local effective charities and help pay for my daughter’s college books and other costly things…. If multiple items are shown – they are in separate listings. The Huckleberry Hound Show. Huckleberry Hound Meets Wee Willie. Movie Wheels Present Huckleberry Hound and Yogi Bear (1960). Frank Milano Hokey Wolf and Ding-A-Ling/A Wolf’s Work is Never Done (1961). Huckleberry Hound Tells Stories Of Uncle Remus (1965). (commercials, 1999-present) Billy West. Huckleberry “Huck” Hound is a fictional cartoon character, a blue anthropomorphic. That speaks with a North Carolina. He first appeared in the series The Huckleberry Hound Show. The cartoon was one of six TV shows to win an Emmy Award. As an “Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Children’s Programming”. The first animated series to receive such an award. Most of his short films. Consisted of Huck trying to perform jobs in different fields, ranging from policeman. With results that backfired, yet usually coming out on top, either through slow persistence or sheer luck. Huck did not seem to exist in a specific time period as he has also been a Roman gladiator. And a rocket scientist. He also appeared in futuristic cartoons, as an intergalactic space policeman, alongside other Hanna Barbera characters. And inaccurate rendition of Oh My Darling, Clementine. , often used as a running gag. From the late 1930s to the late 1980s. It was one of the three largest Halloween costume manufacturers in the. From the 1950s through the mid-1980s. The company’s inexpensive plastic masks and vinyl smocks were an iconic American symbol of Halloween from the 1950s to the 1970s. For which Cooper has been called the. And the “High Priest” of Halloween. Founder Ben Cooper was born on the Lower East Side. Of New York City. He studied accounting and briefly sought a career as a songwriter. Before founding a theatrical costume business in 1927. Cooper designed costumes and sets for the legendary Cotton Club. And several editions of the Ziegfeld Follies. With live theatre becoming rarer in the 1930s due to the Great Depression. And Halloween becoming a more popular holiday, Cooper established Ben Cooper, Inc. The firm assumed control of A. Which had a license. To produce costumes based on characters owned by The Walt Disney Company. Such as Donald Duck. The two companies formally merged and incorporated as Ben Cooper, Inc. On December 8, 1942. By the late 1940s, Ben Cooper, Inc. Was one of the largest and most prominent Halloween costume manufacturers in the United States. Its costumes were generally very thin fabric with a silk-screened. At the time, the most popular costumes were traditional Halloween figures such as devils, ghosts, skeletons, and witches. In the 1950s, television characters such as Davy Crockett. As parents became more concerned about safety in the 1950s, the company responded by creating its “Glitter Glo” costumes, dresses, and jumpsuits with large amounts of blue glitter. Glued to the front (which would reflect the headlights of oncoming automobiles). The company banked heavily on the popularity of President John F. But had to destroy thousands of masks after Kennedy was assassinated in November 1963. Products made by Ben Cooper, Inc. Collectors prize the boxed costumes with mask the most. In 2002, photographer Phyllis Galembo published Dressed for Thrills: 100 Years of Halloween Costumes & Masquerade, a book of text and photography which features some of the costumes produced by Ben Cooper, Inc. Scans/Photos of the actual items are shown. Condition should also be considered by viewing the photos. You can check the Stores, Shows and Sales. I’ll send it/them from my kitchen to yours for the price listed. Looking for something to enhance your collection? Trying to find that gift for a family member or close friend? Check back in &. I’ll be listing a large number of unique hard to find items, clothes, cards, books, comics, mags, music etc… Listing will be a little less descriptive than what I usually do in order to get more listed – Please ask if you have any questions. Reasonable offers are always considered. These aren’t cheap. Many great and interesting items will be listed. I treat everyone fairly and my feedback shows that. Special requests, wish lists and all inquiries will be answered to the best of my ability. I may not an absolute expert on anything, but I’m pretty knowledgeable about a lot of things.. Further with the Federal closing of smaller post offices (mine included), it might take a couple extra days to arrive. If you need it quickly, just ask and I usually have no problem accommodating your wishes. However, once it leaves the United States, BUYERS assume the risk of the package getting there, if it makes it to that country intact, which is more than fair. Blame France for that one…. Unless you are local and can pick the item up. There are other arrangements that can be made if necessary – feel free to ask. Happy Hunting and Thank You for your time looking at my’trinkets’! The free listing tool. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Holiday & Seasonal\Costumes”. The seller is “pack-ratz” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Year Made: 1962
- Handmade: No
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Brand: Ben Cooper