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1962 Mattel Talk To Cecil Talking Adventure Puppet Game
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This item is already sold1962 Mattel Talk To Cecil Talking Adventure Puppet Game
Mattel   Bob Clampett   Beany   Cecil   Cartoon   Animation   Comic   Comic Strip   Character   Sea Serpent   Sea Monster   Television   TV   Adventure   Puppet   Game   Toy   Novelty   Nostalgic   Paper   Ephemera   Card   Puzzle
The pictures below show more larger views of all of the parts to this 1962 Mattel Talk To Cecil Talking Adventure Puppet Game. We do not have the box, but according to the instruction sheet, all of the game parts are here. The die is included but some how missed getting pictured. There was a written note found with the game that is included. It reads:

''TALK TO CECIL''
JONATHAN - CHRISTMAS 1962

The game parts included here are as follows:

Two Sided Instruction Sheet
Talking Cecil Sea Serpent Puppet
Game Die
(4) Different Color Beany Character Plastic Game Marker Pieces
(17) Cecil Sea Serpent Game Board Puzzle Pieces
(17) Character Game Cards (15 regular & 2 smaller)
Red Plastic Card Rack or Holder



The puzzle pieces and the cards have the following cartoon character pictured:

Captain Horatio Huffenpuff, Cecil, Beany, Dishonest John
Captain Horatio Huffenpuff, Cecil, Beany, Dishonest John
Dishonest John
Rin Tin Can
Peg Leg McYegg
Clowny
Capt. Huffenpuff
Davey Cricket
8 Ball The Octopus
Buffalo Billy
Hopalong Wong
Ping Pong
Pop Gunn
Hunny Bear
Tommy Hawk
Shorty The Giant
Crow

To judge the sizes the game cards measure 2-1/2'' x 2-3/4''. As stated above, there is no game box, but the parts all appear to be in excellent condition as pictured. The Cecil puppet has a talk box inside. The string pulls well and feels good. He does talk loud. The instruction sheet gives a list of the (11) things that he says at random. There are a few crayon marks and some wear on the instruction sheet.

Below here, for reference, is some additional information about Beany & Cecil:

Beany and Cecil
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Beany and Cecil
Genre: Animation
Created by: Bob Clampett
Voices of: Jim MacGeorge, Irv Shoemaker
Country of origin: United States
Original language: English
Number of seasons: 8
Number of episodes: 26
Production
Running time: 30 minutes
Release
Original network: ABC
Picture format: Academy ratio
First shown in: 1959 - 1962
Original release: January 6, 1962 - June 28, 1969

Beany and Cecil was an animated cartoon series created by Bob Clampett for the ABC Television Network. The cartoon was based on the television puppet show Time for Beany, which Clampett produced for Paramount Pictures beginning in 1949. The animated series first appeared in Matty's Funday Funnies in 1959, later renamed Matty's Funnies with Beany and Cecil and finally Beany and Cecil in the USA. Another season was produced in 1988. In its original form with hand puppets, the show conveyed a greater sense of personal communication than did the animated series that followed. The hand puppets were extensively marketed and sold well.

Although a children's show, it incorporated satirical references to current events and personalities which adults found entertaining, and the show also attracted adult viewers. Some of the plots were easily recognizable as thinly veiled lampoons of current political issues. Snarky side remarks by Beany, Cecil and the rest of the cast often alluded to embarrassing public fiascos or personages, on which the adult audience immediately picked up.

Along with The Jetsons and The Flintstones it was one of the first three color television series on the ABC television network (the initial season, though, was originally shown in black and white, as ABC was unable to telecast color programs until September 1962).

History
Beany and Cecil was created by animator Bob Clampett after he left Warner Brothers, where he had been directing theatrical cartoon shorts. Clampett originated the idea for Cecil when he was a boy after seeing the top half of the dinosaur swimming from the water at the end of the 1925 film The Lost World. Clampett originally created the series as a puppet show called Time for Beany, which ran from February 28, 1949 to 1954. Time for Beany featured the talents of veteran voice actors Stan Freberg as Cecil and Dishonest John, and Daws Butler as Beany and Uncle Captain.

Clampett revived the series in animated form, though Freberg and Butler did not reprise their roles. On 11 October 1959, the animated show was introduced as Matty's Funday Funnies. named for ''Matty Mattel'' the animated spokesperson for its primary sponsor Mattel Toys. The program was later retitled The Beany and Cecil Show, airing prime time on Saturdays during the 1962 TV season, on ABC Television. The newer cartoons replaced the Famous Studios cartoons of Casper the Friendly Ghost and Little Audrey among others packaged under the previous said title of Matty's Funday Funnies.

After 1962, the 26 shows (including 78 cartoons) were repeated on Saturday mornings for the next five years. The cartoon featured Beany, a boy, and Cecil the Sea Sick Sea Serpent embarking on a series of adventures, often to discover ancient civilizations and artifacts. These escapades were rife with cartoon slapstick and puns.

Prior to the animated series, but concurrent with the puppet show, Clampett created a comic book series of Beany and Cecil adventures for Dell Comics. The artwork for this series of comics, running from 1951 to 1954, was drawn by Jack Bradbury.

In 1988, the show was revived as The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil by DiC Entertainment. Only eight episodes were ever made, and only five episodes ever aired. This incarnation of the show was produced and directed by John Kricfalusi, who would later create The Ren and Stimpy Show, and made use of voices from Billy West, who also did voices for Ren (for season 3 and later) and Stimpy.

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