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Charles Scott Gallery

SCOOBY DOO 1976 Maison Dupre Production Animation Background Drawing by Bob Singer from Hanna Barbera

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Original Production Background Drawing
From the 1976 Episode, "Mamba Wamba and the Voodoo Hoodoo"
by Hanna Barbera
Drawn by Bob Singer and from his Personal Archives

Comes with a Charles Scott Gallery Certificate of Authenticity!

Art from the early Scooby Doo iterations are incredibly rare and sought after. And EVEN MORE RARE is the eternally sought after art of the spooky mansions that appear in some of the episodes.

This INCREDIBLE pieces is the original production background drawing of the Mansion Dupre that you see around the 4:00 mark of the episode, "Mamba Wamba and the Voodoo Hoodoo" (we have shown a screen-capture of it above in the episode). This incredible background drawing was done by the legendary Bob Singer - and comes from his personal archives!

It measures approximately 10.5" x 12.5" and has some wear to it. Most notably, some folds, crinkles, a some repair taped on the back. We've shown an exaggerated scan of the back so that you can see all the folds, etc.


Actually used in the making of the cartoon and great for collectors or to hang on your wall as nostalgic decoration! For more information about collecting animation art, please visit our website at