NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Frick collection of photos and videos featuring Frankie from the 1960s and 70s, and a selection of Frankie memorabilia are on display at the New York Public Library, where they will be available for the first time on Friday.
Frankie was the first animated movie to feature the Franky persona and was the inspiration for the cartoon character from the 1970s TV show, The Scooby-Doo.
The collection features photos and a collection of more than 200 photos and 35 videos from the Frankies.
The collection is curated by former New York City mayor Rudolph Giuliani and includes items from the mayor’s office, the New Orleans police department, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the United States Postal Service.
Among the items in the collection is a collection titled “The Frick Collection,” which includes photos from the FBI’s Frankies division and from the NYPD’s Franky unit.
The photographs and videos, all shot in the 1960 and 1970s, depict Frankies interacting with other Frankies, including Franky and Scooby, as well as the gangster, the late New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, and his associates.
Among items in that collection are a collection called “The Scooby Gang,” a collection named “The Gang of the Frick,” a photo of the late Mayor Giuliani and a piece titled “A New Scooby & Gangster,” a photograph of Scooby and Scoobys gangster partner, Jimmy McNulty.
The “Frankie” franchise was an American television series that aired from 1962-65, and later from 1969-73.
The series was popular with children and adults.