Daws Butler

Daws Butler

Born: November 16, 1916
Died: May 18, 1988
in Toledo, Ohio, USA
Charles Dawson "Daws" Butler was a voice actor originally from Toledo, Ohio. He worked mostly for Hanna-Barbera and originated the voices of many famous animated cartoon characters, including Yogi Bear, Quick Draw McGraw, Snagglepuss, and Huckleberry Hound.

Movies for Daws Butler...

3-D Rarities
Title: 3-D Rarities
Character: Beany (archive footage)
Released: June 11, 2015
Type: Movie
Selections include Kelley's Plasticon Pictures, the earliest extant 3-D demonstration film from 1922 with incredible footage of Washington and New York City; New Dimensions, the first domestic full color 3-D film originally shown at the World’s Fair in 1940; Thrills for You, a promotional film for the Pennsylvania Railroad; Stardust in Your Eyes, a hilarious standup routine by Slick Slavin; trailer for The Maze, with fantastic production design by William Cameron Menzies; Doom Town, a controversial anti-atomic testing film mysteriously pulled from release; puppet cartoon The Adventures of Sam Space, presented in widescreen; I’ll Sell My Shirt, a burlesque comedy unseen in 3-D for over 60 years; Boo Moon, an excellent example of color stereoscopic animation…and more!
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Tom and Jerry: In the Dog House
Title: Tom and Jerry: In the Dog House
Character: (archive footage)
Released: March 6, 2012
Type: Movie
Tom and Jerry are at it again, but there's a new ingredient in their classic chase recipe - just add Spike! It's hound heaven as everyone's favourite bulldog, spike (and on, Tyke), gets in on the fun in this pup-packed collection. These 22 doggie-delightful shorts are guaranteed to have fans howling! Join Spike and Tyke in their many dealings with the fast and furious duo. Whether Spike's on guard duty, or simply trying to catch a nap, you can bet Tom and Jerry's fur-fueled antics are guaranteed to rattle his cage. And an angry Spike usually spells hard times for Tom - with a little coaxing from jerry, of course! Leash-up for some K9-filled fun for the entire family!
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Tex Avery's Droopy: The Complete Theatrical Collection
Title: Tex Avery's Droopy: The Complete Theatrical Collection
Character: Wolf
Released: May 15, 2007
Type: Movie
Frederick "Tex" Avery directed some of the funniest cartoons ever made, but he relied primarily on situations and moving graphics, rather than on the personalities of familiar characters. Droopy, the phlegmatic basset hound, was one of the few characters Avery used regularly: His low-key presence was the perfect counter to the extreme takes, fast cuts, frenetic action, and general mayhem going on around him. Avery is also noted for "self-reflexive gags:" the characters know they're in a cartoon and often comment on the fact. In "Dumb-Hounded,"a sprinting wolf cuts a corner too sharply, skids past the sprocket holes at the edge of the film, and onto the blank screen. Droopy frequently turns to the camera and comments, "You now what? I'm happy."
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Title: Cartoon Alley
Character: (archive footage)
Released: November 5, 2004
Type: TV
Cartoon Alley is an American television program that aired on Turner Classic Movies every Saturday Morning at 11:30 AM ET. Hosted by Ben Mankiewicz, the series featured three classic animated shorts from the 1930-1950's per episode. Most shorts were from The Golden Age of American animation. Each of the three shorts focused on a common theme. Most shorts came from Warner Bros., MGM, and Paramount, but during the show's first season Cartoon Alley featured shorts from the Gaumont Film Company. Many recognizable characters have been featured in at least one episode such as Bugs Bunny, Popeye, Porky Pig, Tom and Jerry, and others not so famous such as Goopy Geer and The Captain and the Kids. The shorts often appeared uncut and uncensored, and the more controversial cartoons were often introduced with a brief warning by Mankiewicz about the ethnic stereotypes being portrayed. The network's logo was only featured for a brief time, usually during the last short featured. From November 2004 to September 2005 the series was featured just once a month but after popular demand the series became a weekly feature. This series never aired in February because of TCM's 31 Days of Oscars programming. The series was canceled in autumn of 2007.
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Scooby-Doo! Meets the Harlem Globetrotters
Title: Scooby-Doo! Meets the Harlem Globetrotters
Released: October 15, 2003
Type: Movie
In yet another hilarious caper, Fred, Daphne, Velma, Shaggy and, of course, Scooby-Doo team up with the talented Harlem Globetrotters to solve a haunting that, apparently, involves the ghosts of Paul Revere and other Revolutionary War soldiers. A second episode features the gang and the Globetrotters heading to a deserted island for some relaxation, but they realize they are in for trouble when their ship sets sail with nobody at the wheel.
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Yogi and the Invasion of the Space Bears
Title: Yogi and the Invasion of the Space Bears
Character: Yogi Bear (voice)
Released: September 1, 1988
Type: Movie
Yogi Bear and Boo-Boo discover aliens who plan to conquer Earth.
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The Good, the Bad and Huckleberry Hound
Title: The Good, the Bad and Huckleberry Hound
Character: Huckleberry Hound / Yogi Bear / Quick Draw McGraw / Snagglepuss / Baba Luey / Peter Potamus (voice)
Released: April 5, 1988
Type: Movie
It's the gold rush era in the Wild West. A mysterious stranger (Huckleberry Hound) arrives in a small desert town carrying a huge golden nugget. The notorious Dalton brothers steal it. The town asks "the stranger" to go after them.
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Rockin' with Judy Jetson
Title: Rockin' with Judy Jetson
Character: Elroy Jetson
Released: January 15, 1988
Type: Movie
There's intergalactic trouble when the lyrics Judy Jetson wrote for teen heartthrob Sky Rocker are swapped with a secret message from a music-hating witch. Now it's up to Judy, her family, and friends to save rock-and-roll.
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Yogi Bear and the Magical Flight of the Spruce Goose
Title: Yogi Bear and the Magical Flight of the Spruce Goose
Released: December 18, 1987
Type: Movie
Yogi and the gang mistakenly board the famous Howard Hughes' plane The Spruce Goose. They accidentally start the plane, so they decide to take it for a spin, helping animals and people along the way.
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Yogi's Great Escape
Title: Yogi's Great Escape
Character: Yogi Bear / Snagglepuss / Quick Draw McGraw / Wally Gator
Released: November 19, 1987
Type: Movie
One spring, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo Bear awake from hibernation to discover three orphaned bear cubs left at the front door of their cave. Despite their initial reservations, Yogi and Boo Boo take the bear cubs into their home and take care of them. Meanwhile, Jellystone Park has gone over budget and the park commissioner orders Ranger Smith to close it down. This means that Yogi, along with the other bears at the park, must be sent to a zoo. Because Yogi can't stand the thought of being cooped up in a zoo for the rest of his life, he hatches an elaborate escape plan. Salvaging car parts from a failed fishing expedition, he constructs a getaway "Supercar," complete with a picnic basket rumble seat for the three orphaned cubs. Together they make their escape from the park to find a new home.
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Title: Tom Slick
Character: Clutcher
Released: September 9, 1987
Type: TV
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The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones
Title: The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones
Character: Elroy Jetson / Cogswell / Henry Orbit (voice)
Released: January 1, 1987
Type: Movie
Elroy Jetson invents a time machine that takes him back to prehistoric times, where he meets the Flintstone family.
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The Flintstones' 25th Anniversary Celebration
Title: The Flintstones' 25th Anniversary Celebration
Character: Yogi Bear / Huckleberry Hound / Quick Draw McGraw (voice)
Released: May 20, 1986
Type: Movie
A live-action and animated television special featuring clips from past episodes and spin-offs combined with new animation and musical segments.
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A Jetson Christmas Carol
Title: A Jetson Christmas Carol
Character: Elroy Jetson (Voice)
Released: December 13, 1985
Type: Movie
In a take-off of Charles Dickens "The Christmas Carol," Mr. Spacely is being so greedy and selfish that he would even make Ebenezer Scrooge blush.
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Title: Yogi's Treasure Hunt
Character: Huckleberry Hound (voice)
Released: September 2, 1985
Type: TV
Yogi's Treasure Hunt is a cartoon series first aired in 1985 as part of the weekend/weekday morning programming block, The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera. It is the fourth incarnation of Hanna-Barbera's Yogi Bear.
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Deck the Halls with Wacky Walls
Title: Deck the Halls with Wacky Walls
Character: Wacky
Released: December 11, 1983
Type: Movie
A goofy crew of extraterrestrial wall-walkers journey to Earth in a quest to learn the meaning of Christmas.
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Woody Woodpecker and Friends
Title: Woody Woodpecker and Friends
Character: Various Voices
Released: January 2, 1982
Type: Movie
A compilation of ten classic Walter Lantz cartoons: Knock Knock (1940), The Bandmaster (1947), Ski for Two (1944), Hot Noon or 12 O'Clock for Surf (1953), The Legend of Rockabye Point (1955), Wet Blanket Policy (1948), To Catch a Woodpecker (1957), Musical Moments from Chopin (1946), Bats in the Belfry (1960), and Crazy Mixed Up Pup (1955). Also includes the interesting documentary short on Walter Lantz's career "Walter, Woody and the World of Animation". Note: This is NOT the 2007 and 2008 DVD collections titled "The Woody Woodpecker and Friends Classic Cartoon Collection" shown as the cover image.
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Yogi Bear's All-Star Comedy Christmas Caper
Title: Yogi Bear's All-Star Comedy Christmas Caper
Character: Yogi Bear / Augie Doggie / Blabber Mouse / Dixie / Hokey Wolf / Huckleberry Hound / Mr. Jinks / Quick Draw McGraw / Snagglepuss / Super Snooper / Wally Gator (voice)
Released: January 1, 1982
Type: Movie
Yogi escapes from Jellystone and hides out in a department store - posing as the Store's Santa. Along the way, he helps a little girl to rediscover her faith in Christmas.
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Yogi's First Christmas
Title: Yogi's First Christmas
Character: Yogi Bear / Snagglepuss / Huckleberry Hound / Augie Doggie (voice)
Released: November 21, 1980
Type: Movie
Yogi, Boo Boo and Cindy are awakened from hibernation and join their friends' Christmas activities while interfering with 2 villians' efforts to ruin the holiday.
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Casper's First Christmas
Title: Casper's First Christmas
Character: Yogi Bear / Augie Doggie / Quick Draw McGraw / Snagglepuss / Huckleberry Hound (voice)
Released: December 18, 1979
Type: Movie
Yogi Bear, Boo Boo, Huckleberry Hound and more Hanna-Barbera characters get lost and decide to spend Christmas by vising Casper, the friendly ghost. But soon they encounter a not-so-friendly ghost.
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Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy in the Pumpkin Who Couldn't Smile
Title: Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy in the Pumpkin Who Couldn't Smile
Character: Raggedy Andy (voice)
Released: October 31, 1979
Type: Movie
Aunt Agatha threatens to call the police on innocent trick-or-treaters. Her nephew, Ralph, would love to be out with them. But what he wants most of all is a pumpkin. From across the street, Raggedy Ann and Andy watch the drama unfold. Andy is furious at Agatha for preventing the boy from enjoying the wonderful, horrible holiday. Ann, with her irritating insistence on fairness, decides that Agatha has merely forgotten what it's like to be young. The pressing matter ahead is getting Ralph a pumpkin. Andy scoffs at the idea of finding one at this late date. Ann reasons that if there's a little boy who needs a pumpkin, there must be a pumpkin who needs a little boy. She's right. Not far away, a miserable pumpkin is blubbering out pumpkin seed-tears because no one wants him for Halloween.
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The Hanna-Barbera Hall of Fame: Yabba Dabba Doo II
Title: The Hanna-Barbera Hall of Fame: Yabba Dabba Doo II
Character: Himself - Various Character Voices
Released: October 12, 1979
Type: Movie
In this retrospective on creators Hanna and Barbera, Bill Bixby hosts a behind-the-scenes look at technical and sound artistry. Segments spotlight families and famous women in cartoons as well as romance.
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Understanding Alcohol Use and Abuse
Title: Understanding Alcohol Use and Abuse
Character: Reason
Released: January 1, 1979
Type: Movie
An animated Disney short about the dangers of alcohol.
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Title: The All-New Popeye Hour
Character: Wimpy
Released: September 9, 1978
Type: TV
The All-New Popeye Hour is an animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and King Features Syndicate. Starring the popular comic strip character Popeye, the series aired from 1978 to 1983 on CBS.
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Title: Galaxy Goof-Ups
Character: Yogi Bear/Huckleberry Hound (voice)
Released: September 9, 1978
Type: TV
Galaxy Goof-Ups is a half-hour Saturday morning animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions which aired on NBC from September 9, 1978 to September 1, 1979. The "Galaxy Goof-Ups" consisted of Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Scare Bear and Quack-Up as space patrolmen who always goofed-up while on duty and spent most of their time in disco clubs. The show originally aired as a segment on Yogi's Space Race from September 9, 1978 to October 28, 1978. Following the cancellation of Yogi's Space Race, Galaxy Goof-Ups was given its own half-hour timeslot on NBC. The show has been rebroadcast on USA Cartoon Express, Nickelodeon, TNT, Cartoon Network and Boomerang.
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Title: Yogi's Space Race
Released: September 9, 1978
Type: TV
Yogi's Space Race is a 90-minute Saturday morning cartoon program block and the third incarnation of Hanna-Barbera's Yogi Bear. It ran from September 9 to December 2, 1978 for NBC. The show also appeared on BBC in the United Kingdom. It contained the following four segments: ⁕Yogi's Space Race: intergalactic racing competitions with Yogi Bear, Jabberjaw, Huckleberry Hound and several new characters. ⁕Galaxy Goof-Ups: Yogi Bear, Scare Bear, Huckleberry Hound and Quack-Up as four intergalactic police officers and their leader, Captain Snerdley. ⁕The Buford Files: Buford is a lazy bloodhound who solves mysteries in Fenokee County with two teenagers, Cindy Mae and Woody. ⁕The Galloping Ghost: Nugget Nose is a ghost miner who is a guardian to Wendy and Rita, two teenage cowgirls who work at the Fuddy Dude Ranch. When Galaxy Goof-Ups was given its own half-hour timeslot on November 4, 1978, Yogi's Space Race was reduced to 60 minutes; in early 1979, the "Space Race" segment and Buford and the Galloping Ghost were also spun off in their own half-hour series until September 1979. The series was later aired in reruns on the USA Cartoon Express, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, and Boomerang.
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Title: Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics
Released: September 10, 1977
Type: TV
Featuring 45 Hanna-Barbera cartoon characters (classic and otherwise) competing for gold medals in wacky events. Events include racing on ostriches, camels, kangaroos, rickshaws and unicycles, as well as scavenging for creatures like the Abominable Snowman, vampires, and the Loch Ness Monster.
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Title: CB Bears
Character: Hustle
Released: September 10, 1977
Type: TV
CB Bears was an American 60-minute animated comedy television series produced by Hanna-Barbera which aired on NBC from September 10 to December 3, 1977. It contained the following short segments: CB Bears, Blast-Off Buzzard, Heyyy, It's the King, Posse Impossible, Shake, Rattle & Roll, and Undercover Elephant. In syndication, CB Bears is shown in a shortened half-hour format with Blast-Off Buzzard and Posse Impossible. Heyyy, It's the King was also shown in a shortened half-hour format with Shake, Rattle & Roll, and Undercover Elephant. The show has also been rebroadcast on Cartoon Network from 1995-1997. The CB Bears theme is also heard in the ending credits of The Skatebirds and Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels.
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Title: Posse Impossible
Character: Stick / Big Duke
Released: September 10, 1977
Type: TV
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Title: Blast-Off Buzzard
Character: vocal effects
Released: September 10, 1977
Type: TV
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Title: Undercover Elephant
Character: Undercover
Released: September 10, 1977
Type: TV
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Title: The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour
Released: September 11, 1976
Type: TV
The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour is a 60-minute package show produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1976 for ABC Saturday mornings. It marked the first new installments of the cowardly canine since 1973, and contained the following segments: The Scooby-Doo Show and Dynomutt, Dog Wonder.
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Title: The Scooby-Doo Show
Released: September 11, 1976
Type: TV
The Scooby-Doo Show is the blanket name for the episodes from the third incarnation of the Hanna-Barbera Saturday morning cartoon Scooby-Doo. A total of 40 episodes ran for three seasons, from 1976 to 1978, on ABC, marking the first Scooby series to appear on the network. Sixteen episodes were produced as segments of The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour in 1976, eight episodes were produced as segments of Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics in 1977 and sixteen episodes were produced in 1978, with nine of them running by themselves under the Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! name and the final seven as segments of Scooby's All-Stars. Despite the yearly changes in the way they were broadcast, the 1976–1978 stretch of Scooby episodes represents, at three seasons, the longest-running format of the original show before the addition of Scrappy-Doo. The episodes from all three seasons have been rerun under the title The Scooby-Doo Show since 1980; these Scooby episodes did not originally air under this title. The credits on these syndicated versions all feature a 1976 copyright date, even though some were originally produced in 1977 and 1978. Reruns are currently air on Boomerang. Like many animated series created by Hanna-Barbera in the 1970s, the show contained a laugh track created by the studio.
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Goldilox & the Three Hoods
Title: Goldilox & the Three Hoods
Character: Louie (voice)
Released: August 28, 1975
Type: Movie
The Dogfather tells his nephew a story- his own version of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears." In this version, the three bears are actually Dogfather and his hench-dogs, and it's pizza instead of porridge, and the Goldilox is an criminal who breaks inside someone's house and eats whatever they have.
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Eagle Beagles
Title: Eagle Beagles
Character: Pug / Louie (voice)
Released: May 5, 1975
Type: Movie
The Dogfather and Pugg gets away from police by riding the airplane. The only problem is, they don't know how to ride one.
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From Nags to Riches
Title: From Nags to Riches
Character: Louie (voice)
Released: May 5, 1975
Type: Movie
The Dogfather trades his horse for a faster one. He has to catch the horse before he can enter him in the horse race.
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Haunting Dog
Title: Haunting Dog
Character: Pug / Louie (voice)
Released: May 2, 1975
Type: Movie
Dogfather finds out that "Machine Gun" Kolly left him his car in his will. What he doesn't know is that the ghost of Machine Gun Kolly arises and gets revenge of Dogfather for "putting out a contract on him", by secretly driving the car into our of control rage.
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Saltwater Tuffy
Title: Saltwater Tuffy
Character: Louie / Lucky McGraw (voice)
Released: March 20, 1975
Type: Movie
Dogfather loses his yacht to Lucky McGraw in a poker game, and orders Pug and Louie to steal it back. They try everything from getting inside the boat and confront Lucky, to fishing the boat, which fails. Eventually, Lucky McGraw sells the boat back to the Dogfather, and he tells Pug and Louie to abandon the sabotage, only it was too late and they sunk the boat.
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Bows and Errors
Title: Bows and Errors
Character: Louie (voice)
Released: December 29, 1974
Type: Movie
Pugg and Louie robs bank, Robin Hood style. However, their nemesis, Al E. Cat, swipes the dough, and Dogfather orders them to return the money.
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The Big House Ain't a Home
Title: The Big House Ain't a Home
Character: Louie (voice)
Released: October 31, 1974
Type: Movie
The Dogfather orders Pug and Louie to break Bennie the Boom Boom out of prison. However, they both get captured in the process.
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Heist and Seek
Title: Heist and Seek
Character: Rocky / Sam Spaniel (voice)
Released: October 4, 1974
Type: Movie
A take off on The Godfather with canines in the roles of the Corleone family.
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The Goose That Laid a Golden Egg
Title: The Goose That Laid a Golden Egg
Character: Louie / Goose (voice)
Released: October 4, 1974
Type: Movie
Dogfather reads about a goose that laid a golden egg, and kidnaps him to make him lay another one. Trouble is, he didn't actually lay the egg (it was an another goose that decided to keep his mouth shut since he knew the fate of the goose in the story "The Goose that Laid a Golden Egg").
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The Dogfather
Title: The Dogfather
Character: Pug / Louie (voice)
Released: June 27, 1974
Type: Movie
A take off on The Godfather with canines in the roles of the Corleone family.
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B.C. The First Thanksgiving
Title: B.C. The First Thanksgiving
Character: B.C. / Cumsy Carp
Released: November 19, 1973
Type: Movie
To add flavor to her rock soup, the Fat Broad commands Wiley, Peter, Thor, etc. to catch a turkey. The problem is that no one knows what a turkey is except for the turkey himself. In spite of this, the chase is on. Mostly a series of running gags, this animated special did a superb job of capturing the humor of Johnny Hart's B.C. comic strip.
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Title: Bailey's Comets
Released: September 8, 1973
Type: TV
Bailey's Comets is an animated cartoon series that aired on CBS in the 1973/74 and 1974/75 seasons. The second season consisted entirely of reruns. The series was produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and was created by David H. DePatie and Friz Freleng in association with Joe Ruby and Ken Spears
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Title: Yogi's Gang
Released: September 8, 1973
Type: TV
Yogi's Gang is a 30-minute animated series and the second incarnation of Hanna-Barbera's Yogi Bear which aired 16 half-hour episodes on ABC from September 8, 1973, to December 29, 1973. The show began as Yogi's Ark Lark, a special TV movie on The ABC Saturday Superstar Movie in 1972. Fifteen original episodes were produced for broadcast on ABC, with the hour-long Yogi's Ark Lark thrown in as a split-in-half two-parter. After a successful run on Saturday mornings, Yogi Gang returned in 1977 as a segment on the syndicated weekday series, Fred Flintstone and Friends. In the late 1980s, repeats were shown on USA Cartoon Express and later resurfaced on Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network and Boomerang.
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The Banana Splits in Hocus Pocus Park
Title: The Banana Splits in Hocus Pocus Park
Character: Bingo / Frog / Octopus (voice)
Released: November 25, 1972
Type: Movie
A girl named Susie goes to an amusement park and are greeted by a couple of costumed tour guides, The Banana Splits who take her on a tour of the park. In another realm a witch sees Susie and wants to make her a witch so she lures her into her realm. The Splits follow her and discover a world of magic. They try to rescue Susie from the witch and are aided by a couple of bickering wizards, Hocus and Pocus.
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The Adventures of Robin Hoodnik
Title: The Adventures of Robin Hoodnik
Character: Scrounger / Richard (voice)
Released: November 4, 1972
Type: Movie
An all-animal retelling of the classic Robin Hood.
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Yogi's Ark Lark
Title: Yogi's Ark Lark
Character: Yogi Bear / Huckleberry Hound / Dixie / Quick Draw McGraw / Baba Looey / Snagglepuss / Top Cat / Wally Gator / Lippy the Lion / Peter Potamus / Lambsy (voice)
Released: September 16, 1972
Type: Movie
Yogi, Boo Boo and many of his friends including Huckleberry Hound, Snagglepuss, Magilla Gorilla among others decide to build an ark to look for the mythical Perfect Place which is peaceful and hasn't been affected by man and pollution. They hire the Jellystone's janitor Noah Smith to act as captain and travel throughout the world looking for such a place. Even though they think every place they land is a "Perfect place", they soon find out that there is definitely no place like home.
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Title: The Houndcats
Released: September 9, 1972
Type: TV
The Houndcats is an American Saturday morning cartoon series produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises. The series was broadcast by NBC from September 9 to December 2, 1972, with reruns continuing until September 1, 1973. Thirteen episodes were produced.
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Title: The Roman Holidays
Character: Brutus the Lion (voice)
Released: September 9, 1972
Type: TV
The Roman Holidays is a Hanna-Barbera animated television series that was broadcast in 1972 on NBC. It ran for 13 episodes before being cancelled. Very similar in theme to both The Flintstones and The Jetsons, The Roman Holidays brought a look at "modern-day" life in Ancient Rome, around 63 AD, as seen through the eyes of Augustus "Gus" Holiday and his family. The opening showed a chariot traffic jam and a TV showing football on Channel "IV" An Ancient Roman setting was actually one of the ideas that Hanna-Barbera considered as they were working to create The Flintstones.
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Title: The New Scooby-Doo Movies
Character: Larry / Curly Joe (voice)
Released: September 9, 1972
Type: TV
Aside from doubling the length of each episode, The New Scooby-Doo Movies differed from its predecessor in the addition of a rotating special guest star slot; each episode featured real-life celebrities or well known fictional characters joining the Mystery, Inc. gang in solving the mystery of the week. Some episodes, in particular the episodes guest-starring the characters from The Addams Family, Batman, and Jeannie, deviated from the established Scooby-Doo format of presenting criminals masquerading as supernatural beings by introducing real ghosts, witches, monsters, and other such characters into the plots.
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Title: Help!... It's the Hair Bear Bunch!
Released: September 11, 1971
Type: TV
Help!... It's the Hair Bear Bunch! is a Saturday morning cartoon, produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1971 for CBS.
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Title: The Funky Phantom
Character: Mudsy (voice)
Released: September 11, 1971
Type: TV
The Funky Phantom is a Saturday morning cartoon, produced for Hanna-Barbera Productions by Australian production company, Air Programs International in 1971 for ABC.
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The Cat in the Hat
Title: The Cat in the Hat
Character: Mr. Krinklebein the Fish (voice)
Released: July 4, 1971
Type: Movie
In a marvelously animated version of one of the most beloved of all Dr. Seuss tales, two youngsters find themselves at home with nothing to do on a rainy afternoon. But when the magical, mischievous Cat in the Hat arrives on the scene, they're all cat-apulted into a day of rousing, romping, outlandish antics they - and you - will never forget!
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The Phantom Tollbooth
Title: The Phantom Tollbooth
Character: Whether Man / Senses Taker / Terrible Trivium / Gelatinous Giant (voice)
Released: November 7, 1970
Type: Movie
The Phantom Tollbooth, based upon the children's adventure novel by Norton Juster, tells the story of a bored young boy named Milo. Unexpectedly receiving a magic tollbooth and, having nothing better to do, Milo drives through it and enters a kingdom in turmoil following the loss of it's princesses, Rhyme and Reason.
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Title: It's the Wolf
Character: Lambsy
Released: September 20, 1970
Type: TV
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Title: Cattanooga Cats
Released: September 13, 1969
Type: TV
Cattanooga Cats is an animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera for ABC. It aired from September 6, 1969 until September 4, 1971.
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Title: Around the World in 79 Days
Character: Crumden
Released: September 6, 1969
Type: TV
This is a story involving balloonist Phinny Fogg. He and reporter teenagers Jenny and Hoppy set out on a globetrotting adventure to travel around the world in 79 days and beat the original record set by Phinny's father. The trio are in competition for both the record and a £1,000,000 prize against the sinister Crumden. Crumden is aided by his idiotic chauffeur Bumbler and his pet monkey Smirky.
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Title: Wacky Races
Character: Big Gruesome (voice)
Released: September 14, 1968
Type: TV
Wacky Races is an American animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera. The series, inspired by the 1965 slapstick comedy film The Great Race, features 11 different cars racing against each other in various road rallies throughout North America, with each driver hoping to win the title of the "World's Wackiest Racer." Wacky Races ran on CBS from September 14, 1968, to January 4, 1969. Seventeen episodes were produced, with each episode featuring two different races. The cartoon had an unusually large number of regular characters, with twenty-three people and animals spread among the 11 race cars. Reruns of the series currently air several times a day on Cartoon Network's classic animation network Boomerang.
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Title: The Banana Splits Adventure Hour
Released: September 7, 1968
Type: TV
The Banana Splits Adventure Hour was an hour-long, packaged television variety program featuring The Banana Splits, a fictional rock band composed of four funny animal characters. The series was produced by Hanna-Barbera, and ran for 31 episodes on NBC Saturday mornings, from September 7, 1968, to September 5, 1970.
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Under Sea Dogs
Title: Under Sea Dogs
Character: (voices)
Released: June 19, 1968
Type: Movie
Chilly and Maxie are sleeping in their igloo. A man in a submarine raises the periscope and puts Chilly's blanket on top of the igloo. Later, Chilly and Maxie capture the sub and smoke out the man.
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Chiller Dillers
Title: Chiller Dillers
Character: Chilly Willy / Polar Bear / Captain / Radio Announcer (voice)
Released: December 1, 1967
Type: Movie
Chilly Willy and his friend the polar bear play rock music, which disturbs a ship's captain.
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Merlin the Magic Mouse
Title: Merlin the Magic Mouse
Character: Merlin the Magic Mouse (voice)
Released: November 17, 1967
Type: Movie
Merlin, a W.C. Fields-like mouse, puts on a magic show in front of an audience of one cat. Merlin does some bad magic tricks for the feline before he realizes he's a mouse.
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Title: Super Chicken
Released: September 5, 1967
Type: TV
Super Chicken is a segment that ran on the animated television series George of the Jungle. It was produced by Jay Ward and Bill Scott, who earlier had created the Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoons. It debuted September 9, 1967 on ABC.
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Chilly Chums
Title: Chilly Chums
Character: Chilly Willy / Maxie the Polar Bear / Bring 'Em Back Alive Clive / Narrator (voice)
Released: June 1, 1967
Type: Movie
This episode shows how Chilly and Maxie the Polar Bear meet
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Title: George of the Jungle
Character: Titheridge
Released: January 1, 1967
Type: TV
George of the Jungle is an American animated series produced by Jay Ward and Bill Scott, who created The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. The character George was inspired by the legend of Tarzan. It ran for 17 episodes on Saturday mornings from September 9 to December 30, 1967, on the American TV network ABC. The half-hour program was distributed for many years by Worldvision Enterprises, currently part of CBS Television Distribution.  Each Full Episode was a compilation of 3 mini episodes from 3 different shows: George of the Jungle; Tom Slick; Super Chicken -Each voiced by the same actors.
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Title: George of the Jungle
Released: January 1, 1967
Type: TV
George of the Jungle is an American animated series produced by Jay Ward and Bill Scott, who created The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. The character George was inspired by the legend of Tarzan. It ran for 17 episodes on Saturday mornings from September 9 to December 30, 1967, on the American TV network ABC. The half-hour program was distributed for many years by Worldvision Enterprises, currently part of CBS Television Distribution.  Each Full Episode was a compilation of 3 mini episodes from 3 different shows: George of the Jungle; Tom Slick; Super Chicken -Each voiced by the same actors.
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Title: The Space Kidettes
Character: Captain Skyhook
Released: September 10, 1966
Type: TV
The Space Kidettes is an American Saturday morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions, originally airing on NBC during the 1966-67 season. Set in outer space, the series followed the adventures of a group of child astronauts, who have acquired a treasure map and have to keep it away from their nemesis, a man named Skyhook and his sidekick Static. Originally airing for one season on NBC as a half-hour program and sponsored by General Mills, The Space Kidettes episodes were later edited down to ten-minute episodes and paired with other General Mills-sponsored shows such as Tennessee Tuxedo and Go Go Gophers to form a full half-hour for syndication; edited reruns of cartoons from another NBC Hanna-Barbera program, Samson & Goliath to form the syndication package The Space Kidettes and Young Samson. The original master elements for both programs were lost, leaving the syndicated edits as the only extant broadcast quality versions. All 20 episodes of The Space Kidettes and Young Samson were released on DVD via the Warner Archive Collection manufacture-on-demand program in 2011.
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Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice Kid Like You Doing in a Place Like This?
Title: Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice Kid Like You Doing in a Place Like This?
Character: King of Hearts, March Hare
Released: March 30, 1966
Type: Movie
An 1966 animated, loose adaptation and parody of the Lewis Carroll tales by Hanna-Barbera Productions. A modern-day teenager doing a book report on Alice, accidentally is sucked in by her television set. She ends up in a wacky version of Wonderland. (Comic Vine)
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Title: Secret Squirrel & Morroco Mole
Released: October 2, 1965
Type: TV
Secret Squirrel is a funny animal cartoon character created by Hanna-Barbera, and also the name of his segment in the The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show, which debuted in 1965. He was given his own show in 1966, but was reunited with Atom Ant for one more season in 1967. Secret first appeared in a prime-time animated special called The World of Atom Ant and Secret Squirrel, which aired on NBC on September 12, 1965. The Secret Squirrel half-hours included three individual cartoon segments: "Secret Squirrel," "Squiddly Diddly," and "Winsome Witch." Secret Squirrel's shorts were a parody of the then-popular spy genre, with most of his shorts' elements satirizing those of the James Bond films. Secret Squirrel was also known as "Agent 000". Beginning in 1993, thirteen new Secret Squirrel cartoons appeared in between the 2 Stupid Dogs episodes, with the updated title, Super Secret Secret Squirrel and a new cast. As of September 5, 2011, episode reruns returned on Boomerang from Cartoon Network.
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Fractured Friendship
Title: Fractured Friendship
Character: Smedley / Radio Announcer (voice)
Released: March 1, 1965
Type: Movie
Smedley is fed up with Arctic weather, and wants to leave for Hawaii. But his longtime pal Chilly Willy won't let him.
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Guest Who?
Title: Guest Who?
Character: Junior Beary / Bunky (voice)
Released: February 1, 1965
Type: Movie
Junior is a participant in a nightclub dancing contest and is declared the winner. His prize is a pet monkey whom Junior names, "Bunkey", and takes home with him. Unfortunately, he isn't quite sure what his parents will think of their new "guest" and is determined to keep the simean hidden from them. Unfortunately, the ape makes all kinds of noise which cause Charlie and Bessie to think a prowler is loose in the house. After disguising the chimp as a baby, Charlie discovers the ape and exclaims, "Either that monkey goes or I go." The family waves good-bye to Charlie who leaves the house, suitcase packed!
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Ski-napper
Title: Ski-napper
Character: (voices)
Released: November 8, 1964
Type: Movie
Chilly tries to borrow some coal from the ski resort Smedley works at, but Smedley stops him.
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Spook-a-Nanny
Title: Spook-a-Nanny
Character: Chilly Willy / Andy Panda / Smedley / Gabby Gator / Buzz Buzzard / Wally Walrus / Windy / Breezy / Sam / Knothead / Homer Pigeon / Sugarfoot / Elmer (voice)
Released: October 1, 1964
Type: Movie
The third cartoon from the show titled "Halloween Party," a special 23-minute episode of "The Woody Woodpecker Show," this was made for television. (The two other short cartoons in this episode were previously released theatrically.) This is the final appearance (to date) of Homer Pigeon. This is the final appearance (to date) of Andy Panda. This was the only made-for-TV Woody Woodpecker cartoon in "The Woody Woodpecker Show"; the only other made-for-TV cartoons in the program (except for the framing segments) were the 1960 Sam 'n Simian pilot "The Jungle Medics" and the 1963 Space Mouse pilot "The Secret Weapon."
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Title: Yippee, Yappee and Yahooey
Character: Yahooey
Released: September 16, 1964
Type: TV
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Title: The Peter Potamus Show
Character: Peter Potamus
Released: September 16, 1964
Type: TV
Peter Potamus is an animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera and first broadcast on September 16, 1964.
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Mary Poppins
Title: Mary Poppins
Character: Turtle / Penguin (voice) (uncredited)
Released: August 27, 1964
Type: Movie
A magical nanny employs music and adventure to help two neglected children become closer to their father.
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Hey There, It's Yogi Bear
Title: Hey There, It's Yogi Bear
Character: Yogi Bear
Released: June 3, 1964
Type: Movie
Yogi Bear and his pal Boo Boo are shipped off to the San Diego Zoo by Jellystone National Park's Ranger Smith who is tired of Yogi's "pick-a-nick" basket stealing. Yogi escapes by convincing a bear named Cornpone to switch places with him and go to sunny California and returns to the park. His girlfriend, Cindy, not realizing Yogi has escaped, goes looking for him and is kidnapped by a circus owne
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Coy Decoy
Title: Coy Decoy
Character: (voice)
Released: July 9, 1963
Type: Movie
While flying south with a flock of ducks, Woody is shot at and hunted by a hunter and his dog.
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Great Rights
Title: Great Rights
Released: January 1, 1963
Type: Movie
Nationalist propaganda.
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Title: The Jetsons
Character: Elroy Jetson (voice)
Released: September 23, 1962
Type: TV
Meet George Jetson and his quirky family: wife Jane, son Elroy and daughter Judy. Living in the automated, push-button world of the future hasn't made life any easier for the harried husband and father, who gets into one comical misadventure after another!
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Slippery Slippers
Title: Slippery Slippers
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: September 7, 1962
Type: Movie
Loopy helps Prince Charming find his beloved Cinderella.
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Title: Lippy the Lion and Hardy Har Har
Released: September 3, 1962
Type: TV
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Title: Wally Gator
Released: September 3, 1962
Type: TV
Wally Gator is one of the segments from The Hanna-Barbera New Cartoon Series. The other segments that compose this trilogy are Lippy the Lion & Hardy Har Har and Touché Turtle and Dum Dum. The segment consisted of 52 episodes over two seasons.
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Bearly Able
Title: Bearly Able
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: June 28, 1962
Type: Movie
Loopy scares Goldilocks away, so he offers to babysit for the Bear family.
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Mexican Boarders
Title: Mexican Boarders
Character: Narrator
Released: May 11, 1962
Type: Movie
Speedy Gonzales' lethargic cousin, Slowpoke Rodriguez, comes to visit Speedy's hacienda, to the delight of Sylvester Cat, who is confident he will be able to catch Slowpoke for dinner.
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Common Scents
Title: Common Scents
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: May 10, 1962
Type: Movie
Loopy struggles to keep a despondent skunk from committing suicide.
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Rocket Racket
Title: Rocket Racket
Character: Gabby Gator (voice)
Released: April 23, 1962
Type: Movie
Gabby Gator lives in the Okeedokee Swamp. Wally's watching one of those "cook" shows on TV about how to prepare a bird for dinner. Gabby's starving so bad that he licks the TV screen, but that doesn't help. He sends a telegram to Woody: his country needs him. Woody needs to try out the new "Atlas (But Not Least) Space Rocket." Woody arrives, suitcase in hand, ready for anything- except being an alligator's dinner...
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Swash Buckled
Title: Swash Buckled
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: April 5, 1962
Type: Movie
In France, Loopy meets the four musketeers and one of them goes to rescue a princess and Loopy goes with him to see him in action.
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Beef For And After
Title: Beef For And After
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: March 1, 1962
Type: Movie
A steer follows Bon Bon home, but Loopy has trouble returning it to the watchdog.
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Bungle Uncle
Title: Bungle Uncle
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: January 18, 1962
Type: Movie
Ravenous nephew Bon Bon takes a sheep, and Loopy has trouble returning it to its grouchy watchdog.
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Loopy's Hare-do
Title: Loopy's Hare-do
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: December 14, 1961
Type: Movie
Loopy volunteers to be a hunter's hunting dog and at the same time protect the rabbit. By the time the hunting is well, the hunters spots a $50 wolf bounty opportunity.
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Kooky Loopy
Title: Kooky Loopy
Character: Loopy De Loop / Policeman (voice)
Released: November 16, 1961
Type: Movie
Loopy meets The Big Bad Wolf of the Little Red Riding Hood story and wants him to be a good wolf.
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Title: Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends
Released: September 24, 1961
Type: TV
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Catch Meow
Title: Catch Meow
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: September 14, 1961
Type: Movie
Loopy tries to discourage a cat from chasing a mouse, and succeeds. Later, Loopy begins to regret his interference.
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Child Sock-Cology
Title: Child Sock-Cology
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: August 10, 1961
Type: Movie
Loopy encounters a lost giant gorilla baby and brings him back to the zoo.
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Zoo is Company
Title: Zoo is Company
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: July 6, 1961
Type: Movie
Loopy helps an elephant with a mouse problem and that mouse is Bigelow Mouse.
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Franken-Stymied
Title: Franken-Stymied
Character: Mad Scientist (voice)
Released: July 4, 1961
Type: Movie
In a thunderstorm, the tree in which Woody Woodpecker makes his home is struck by lightning and utterly destroyed. Completely dazed by his misfortune.
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Fee Fie Foes
Title: Fee Fie Foes
Character: Loopy De Loop / 2nd Bird / Giant (voice)
Released: June 9, 1961
Type: Movie
A take-off on Jack and the Beanstalk where Loopy participates in the well-known fairy tale by climbing a beanstalk by bringing back Jack to his mother and meets the giant.
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St. Moritz Blitz
Title: St. Moritz Blitz
Character: Smedley / Innkeeper (voice)
Released: May 15, 1961
Type: Movie
The register of the hotel in St. Moritz is receiving its annual "dust off" in prepration for the influx of guests at the opening of the skating season.
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This Is My Ducky Day
Title: This Is My Ducky Day
Character: Loopy De Loop / Hunter / Teacher / Umpire (voice)
Released: May 4, 1961
Type: Movie
After despairing about how his good deeds do not pay, Loopy raises a duck.
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Papoose on the Loose
Title: Papoose on the Loose
Character: (voices)
Released: April 11, 1961
Type: Movie
A little papoose, bent on hunting bear, is stopped by his father, the chief, and told to forget the idea. The papoose responds by shooting a rubber-tipped arrow onto the father's nose, and the chief decides to teach his progeny a good lesson.
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Two Faced Wolf
Title: Two Faced Wolf
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: April 6, 1961
Type: Movie
Loopy unknowingly befriends a scientist who turns into a monster on and off without Loopy knowing that the monster is really him.
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Gabby's Diner
Title: Gabby's Diner
Character: Gabby Gator / Narrator (voice)
Released: March 27, 1961
Type: Movie
In a Florida swamp, starving Gabby Gator has a little diner. Things are slow; he is just waiting for a good meal to come along.
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Happy Go Loopy
Title: Happy Go Loopy
Character: Loopy De Loop / Painter / Party Guests (voice)
Released: March 2, 1961
Type: Movie
Loopy goes to a masquerade party and is mistaken for a guy named "Charlie" in a wolf costume.
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Title: The Yogi Bear Show
Released: January 30, 1961
Type: TV
From his home in Jellystone Park, Yogi Bear dreams of nothing more in life than to outwit as many unsuspecting tourists as he can and grab their prized picnic baskets all while staying one step ahead of the ever-exasperated Ranger Smith. Yogi's little buddy, Boo-Boo, tries to keep Yogi out of trouble but rarely succeeds. That's okay because not even Ranger Smith can stay mad for long at the lovable, irresistible Yogi Bear.
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Title: Snagglepuss
Character: Leão da Montanha
Released: January 30, 1961
Type: TV
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Count Down Clown
Title: Count Down Clown
Character: Loopy De Loop / Rocket Scientist (voice)
Released: January 5, 1961
Type: Movie
Thinking he is not needed by anyone, Loopy joins a space program and participates in tests by going to the moon.
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Southern Fried Hospitality
Title: Southern Fried Hospitality
Character: Gabby Gator / Narrator (voice)
Released: November 28, 1960
Type: Movie
Gabby Gator, voiced in Kentucky Colonel mode by Daws Butler, is starving. He comes upon a recipe for southern-fried woodpecker and writes Woody a fan letter. Woody shows up to perform an act and about the three-quarter mark, realizes what is going on, and proceeds to take his revenge.
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Title: The Flintstones
Character: Barney Rubble (voice)
Released: September 30, 1960
Type: TV
The misadventures of two modern-day Stone Age families, the Flintstones and the Rubbles.
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The Dixie Fryer
Title: The Dixie Fryer
Character: Pappy Buzzard / Elvis Buzzard (voice) (uncredited)
Released: September 24, 1960
Type: Movie
Foghorn Leghorn travels to the deep south to enjoy the sun, but must contend with two yokelish chicken hawks, Pappy and Elvis, who want to roast him for dinner.
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Title: Hokey Wolf
Character: Hokey Wolf
Released: September 11, 1960
Type: TV
Hokey Wolf is a Hanna-Barbera cartoon about the adventures of a con-artist wolf who is always trying to cheat his way into the simple life. He is often accompanied alongside by his young, diminutive, sidekick Ding-A-Ling Wolf, both of whom are featured as part of The Huckleberry Hound Show in their own segment.
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No Biz Like Shoe Biz
Title: No Biz Like Shoe Biz
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: September 8, 1960
Type: Movie
In a take-off of Cinderella, Loopy plays "fairy godmother" to a young woman who is not invited to a ball and wants to see the prince.
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Fish Hooked
Title: Fish Hooked
Character: (voices)
Released: September 6, 1960
Type: Movie
Chilly's nemesis as usual is Smedley who's a worker at the aquarium where the penguin is catching fish. Smedley tells him he's not allowed to do that but of course Chilly just does what he wants to which leads to another chase between him, Smedley, and a porpoise Smedley feeds.
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Here, Kiddie, Kiddie
Title: Here, Kiddie, Kiddie
Character: Loopy De Loop / Elephant / Skunk / Zoo Visitor (voice)
Released: September 1, 1960
Type: Movie
Loopy is a zoo wolf and keeps getting blamed for taking a mother's baby by her and the zookeeper.
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Mice Follies
Title: Mice Follies
Character: Ned Morton (voice)
Released: August 20, 1960
Type: Movie
In yet another cartoon spoof of TV's "The Honeymooners", rodents Ralph Crumden and Ned Morton have stayed out too late and return home fearing their wives' wrath...
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Mouse and Garden
Title: Mouse and Garden
Character: Sam (voice) (uncredited)
Released: July 16, 1960
Type: Movie
Sylvester Cat and his orange feline friend, Sam, are rummaging through trash cans for food in the evening on a waterfront when they spot a mouse. They agree to share the little rodent for breakfast the next morning, while during the night each tries to snag the mouse for himself.
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The Do-Good Wolf
Title: The Do-Good Wolf
Character: Loopy De Loop / Turtle (voice)
Released: July 14, 1960
Type: Movie
Loopy assists Snow White and she moves into the house of the Seven Dwarfs who don't trust wolves.
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Snoopy Loopy
Title: Snoopy Loopy
Character: Loopy De Loop / Charley / George (voice)
Released: June 16, 1960
Type: Movie
Loopy tries to deliver a baby gorilla to the zoo, but it keeps running off and causing trouble for Loopy.
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Creepy Time Pal
Title: Creepy Time Pal
Character: Loopy De Loop / Bad Wolf #1 (voice)
Released: May 19, 1960
Type: Movie
Loopy goes off to save Hansel and Gretel from the witch's gingerbread house, despite their refusal.
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Life with Loopy
Title: Life with Loopy
Character: Loopy De Loop / Doctor / Sales Clerk (voice)
Released: April 7, 1960
Type: Movie
Loopy tells a therapist a story of how he tried to fit in as a wolfdog pet.
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Person to Bunny
Title: Person to Bunny
Character: Edward R. Burrows (voice) (uncredited)
Released: April 1, 1960
Type: Movie
In his Hollywood home Bugs is being interviewed by the Edward R. Murrow TV show "People to People" when Daffy and Elmer show up.
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Tale of a Wolf
Title: Tale of a Wolf
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: March 3, 1960
Type: Movie
Loopy tries to give wolf-kind a good reputation, but his efforts get him into multiple beat ups from a watch dog.
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Wild Wild World
Title: Wild Wild World
Character: Cave Darroway (voice) (uncredited)
Released: February 27, 1960
Type: Movie
Television host Cave Darroway introduces a film about the life of Cro-Magnon man in the year 75,000,000 B.C.
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Wound-Up Bear
Title: Wound-Up Bear
Character: Yogi Bear
Released: December 28, 1959
Type: Movie
Yogi disguises Boo Boo, then himself, as wind-up toys to get goodies.
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Little Bo Bopped
Title: Little Bo Bopped
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: December 3, 1959
Type: Movie
Loopy tries to recover Little Bo Peep's lost sheep lost in a large flock guarded by a sheepdog. Then it is the sheepdog that returns the lost sheep instead.
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Wolf Hounded
Title: Wolf Hounded
Character: Loopy De Loop (voice)
Released: November 5, 1959
Type: Movie
Loopy recalls the true story of Little Red Riding Hood in which he rescued Red Riding Hood's basket from the Three Little Pigs, but sustained multiple injuries and charmed Grandma.
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Romp in a Swamp
Title: Romp in a Swamp
Character: (voice)
Released: October 4, 1959
Type: Movie
Woody tricks Ali Gator into a swampland chase.
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Title: Quick Draw McGraw
Character: Quick Draw
Released: September 29, 1959
Type: TV
The Quick Draw McGraw Show is the third cartoon television production created by Hanna-Barbera, starring an anthropomorphic cartoon horse named Quick Draw McGraw
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Title: Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy
Released: September 19, 1959
Type: TV
Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy are Hanna-Barbera cartoon characters who debuted on The Quick Draw McGraw Show and appeared in their own segment of that show.
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Title: Snooper and Blabber
Character: Super Snooper
Released: September 19, 1959
Type: TV
Snooper and Blabber is one of the sequences from The Quick Draw McGraw Show. Snooper and Blabber form a pair of cat and mouse detectives. Daws Butler voiced both characters although the first four episodes feature a different actor as Blabber. It has been established that, either Jerry Hausner or Elliot Field originally voiced Blabber Mouse. Michael Maltese crafted the stories. The characters have appeared in other Hanna-Barbera cartoons, including Scooby’s All-Star Laff-A-Lympics and Yogi’s Treasure Hunt. Super Snooper is more or less the one in command whenever the pair takes on a case while Blabber Mouse follows whatever orders Snooper gives him. Snooper’s voice was patterned after Ed Gardner’s Archie on the 1940s radio show Duffy’s Tavern. Blabber speaks with a lisp, hence he calls his senior partner “Shnooper.” It was one of the rare shows that paired a cat and mouse together that were in no way enemies. Also Snooper makes frequent contact with his agent Hazel who is never shown, but is revealed to have a Parakeet as a pet.
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Title: Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy
Character: Augie Doggie
Released: September 19, 1959
Type: TV
Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy are Hanna-Barbera cartoon characters who debuted on The Quick Draw McGraw Show and appeared in their own segment of that show.
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Title: Snooper and Blabber
Character: Blabber Mouse
Released: September 19, 1959
Type: TV
Snooper and Blabber is one of the sequences from The Quick Draw McGraw Show. Snooper and Blabber form a pair of cat and mouse detectives. Daws Butler voiced both characters although the first four episodes feature a different actor as Blabber. It has been established that, either Jerry Hausner or Elliot Field originally voiced Blabber Mouse. Michael Maltese crafted the stories. The characters have appeared in other Hanna-Barbera cartoons, including Scooby’s All-Star Laff-A-Lympics and Yogi’s Treasure Hunt. Super Snooper is more or less the one in command whenever the pair takes on a case while Blabber Mouse follows whatever orders Snooper gives him. Snooper’s voice was patterned after Ed Gardner’s Archie on the 1940s radio show Duffy’s Tavern. Blabber speaks with a lisp, hence he calls his senior partner “Shnooper.” It was one of the rare shows that paired a cat and mouse together that were in no way enemies. Also Snooper makes frequent contact with his agent Hazel who is never shown, but is revealed to have a Parakeet as a pet.
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Terror Faces Magoo
Title: Terror Faces Magoo
Character: Waldo
Released: July 9, 1959
Type: Movie
Mr. Magoo is watching a TV program named "Home Roam" which examines the homes of various families and subsequently learns that he and Waldo have been scheduled to air on tonight's broadcast. Magoo proceeds to show the cameramen the various rooms and exhibits of his house. Unfortunately, his publicity is threatened by a burglar and his trained gorilla who break into Magoo's house and attempt to rob it. Of course, Magoo doesn't notice the gorilla (he even mistakes it for Waldo) and reassures the cameramen that Waldo will be all right even if he does have "the manners of a gorilla".
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Bee Bopped
Title: Bee Bopped
Character: (voices)
Released: June 14, 1959
Type: Movie
After a short history on bees and bee-keeping, we find Windy the bear's attempts to steal honey from a bee hive (he is teaching his son the "right" way to get honey) only to be attacked by the bee inside. Windy tries a number of attempts to outsmart the bee. He floods the hive, dresses as a queen bee, uses a bathroom plunger to trap the bee (only to get it stuck to various parts of his body) and finally tries to dynamite it, only succeeding in blowing himself up. At the hospital, he is served honey and hotcakes in bed... by a male nurse who looks suspiciously like the bee he just tangled with!
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Log Jammed
Title: Log Jammed
Character: (voices)
Released: April 19, 1959
Type: Movie
Woody Woodpecker gets into a mêlée with a lumberjack in the north woods. When the woodchopper chops down Woody's tree.
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Yukon Have It
Title: Yukon Have It
Character: Smedley / Caribou Lou (voice)
Released: April 5, 1959
Type: Movie
A hungry Chilly Willy notices the good food the mounties get and enrolls for the job. Unfortunately, his enrollment photo is placed over a wanted poster for criminal Caribou Lou and officer Smedley presumes Chilly is Lou and gives chase.
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Robinson Gruesome
Title: Robinson Gruesome
Character: (voices)
Released: February 1, 1959
Type: Movie
Robinson Gruesome, marooned on a tropical island, has had nothing to eat but bananas for 28 years. Then Chilly Willy gets marooned with him.
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The Alphabet Conspiracy
Title: The Alphabet Conspiracy
Character: Jabberwock and animated characters
Released: January 26, 1959
Type: Movie
Dr. Frank Baxter, with the help of The Mad Hatter and Jabberwock, takes young Judy exploring the world of language, in which she finds out that language is for doing more than just talking.
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Truant Student
Title: Truant Student
Character: Windy / Breezy / Truant Officer Willoughby (voice)
Released: January 5, 1959
Type: Movie
Windy Bear notices his son heading off for school but, after he has left, notices he forgot his school books. He chases after him with them but is distracted by a nearby river stocked with trout. He decides to go fishing but is interrupted by Truant Officer Willoughby who mistakes him for a very large schoolboy playing hookey. Afterwards, Willoughby tries various methods to get Windy to go to school and, likewise, Windy tries various methods to avoid having to go to school. Finally, Windy is sent to school and, as punishment, must serve as the chime in the school's bell!
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Tomcat Combat
Title: Tomcat Combat
Character: (voices)
Released: January 1, 1959
Type: Movie
Woody Woodpecker is engaged in combat with a big tomcat and after several break-even escapades, Woody finally tricks the cat into a dogcatcher's truck which is filled with dogs with a sour disposition, especially regarding cats. Woody finally shoots the cat off into outer space using a giant rocket (not from Acme).
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Little Televillain
Title: Little Televillain
Character: (voices)
Released: December 7, 1958
Type: Movie
Smedley (a dog), the hottest thing on television and the star of his own I Love Smedley show, achieved his present status quite by accident.
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Three-Ring Fling
Title: Three-Ring Fling
Character: (voices)
Released: October 5, 1958
Type: Movie
Breezy gets into the circus for free on kids' day, but penniless Windy has to resort to guile and intrigue in order to obtain a painful entrance.
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Title: Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks
Character: Mr. Jinks
Released: October 2, 1958
Type: TV
Pixie & Dixie and Mr. Jinks is a Hanna-Barbera cartoon that featured as a regular segment of the television series The Huckleberry Hound Show from 1958 to 1961.
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Title: The Huckleberry Hound Show
Released: October 2, 1958
Type: TV
The Huckleberry Hound Show is a 1958 syndicated animated series and the second from Hanna-Barbera following The Ruff & Reddy Show, sponsored by Kellogg's. Three segments were included in the program: one featuring Huckleberry Hound; another starring Yogi Bear and his sidekick Boo Boo; and a third with Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks, two mice who in each short found a new way to outwit the cat Mr. Jinks. The Yogi Bear segment of the show proved more popular than Huckleberry's; it spawned its own series in 1961. A segment featuring Hokey Wolf and Ding-A-Ling was added, replacing Yogi Bear during the 1960–61 season. In 1961, the series became the first animated program to be honored with an Emmy Award. The Huckleberry Hound Show contributed to making Hanna-Barbera a household name, and is often credited with legitimizing the concept of animation produced specifically for television.
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Title: Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks
Character: Dixie
Released: October 2, 1958
Type: TV
Pixie & Dixie and Mr. Jinks is a Hanna-Barbera cartoon that featured as a regular segment of the television series The Huckleberry Hound Show from 1958 to 1961.
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Title: The Huckleberry Hound Show
Character: Huckleberry Hound
Released: October 2, 1958
Type: TV
The Huckleberry Hound Show is a 1958 syndicated animated series and the second from Hanna-Barbera following The Ruff & Reddy Show, sponsored by Kellogg's. Three segments were included in the program: one featuring Huckleberry Hound; another starring Yogi Bear and his sidekick Boo Boo; and a third with Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks, two mice who in each short found a new way to outwit the cat Mr. Jinks. The Yogi Bear segment of the show proved more popular than Huckleberry's; it spawned its own series in 1961. A segment featuring Hokey Wolf and Ding-A-Ling was added, replacing Yogi Bear during the 1960–61 season. In 1961, the series became the first animated program to be honored with an Emmy Award. The Huckleberry Hound Show contributed to making Hanna-Barbera a household name, and is often credited with legitimizing the concept of animation produced specifically for television.
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Tree's a Crowd
Title: Tree's a Crowd
Character: (voice)
Released: September 7, 1958
Type: Movie
Woody takes a trip to an arboretum where all birds are welcome... except woodpeckers.
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A Chilly Reception
Title: A Chilly Reception
Character: (voices)
Released: August 10, 1958
Type: Movie
In the Antarctic Ocean, the icebreaker uss Icepick is busy clearing the sea lanes.
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Tot Watchers
Title: Tot Watchers
Released: August 1, 1958
Type: Movie
The lady of the house has gone out for a few hours, leaving her baby in the care of a stereotypical 1950s teenager, who immediately begins calling her friends. Tom and Jerry must call a truce to their constant chases as the baby, unsupervised, continually gets loose. When the baby escapes out the front door, Tom and Jerry chase it to a construction site, where they frantically try to keep it from harm.
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Everglade Raid
Title: Everglade Raid
Character: (voice)
Released: July 24, 1958
Type: Movie
Woody gets a job as an alligator bagger, but the alligator has similar plans for the woodpecker.
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Polar Pests
Title: Polar Pests
Character: (voices)
Released: April 20, 1958
Type: Movie
When a penguin escapes from the zoo, another one must be captured. Will it be Chilly Willy? Don't bet on it.
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Salmon Yeggs
Title: Salmon Yeggs
Character: Narrator / Windy / Breezy / Watchman (voice)
Released: March 24, 1958
Type: Movie
Instead of fishing for salmon in the stream Windy the bear tries to show his son Breezy a shortcut method...by looting a cannery. The guard makes this a difficult task.
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Watch the Birdie
Title: Watch the Birdie
Character: (voices)
Released: February 23, 1958
Type: Movie
Deep in the woods, a birdwatcher is studying the various bird species found there. First, he discovers "love birds" (a henpecked husband bird and his grumbling bird spouse), and a "humming bird" (who hums rock tunes). Then he discovers Woody who gives him all sorts of trouble such as attaching his stethoscope to a running faucet, stretching the lens on his camera and then snapping it back on him, and sending all manner of trees tumbling down onto him.
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Sheep Wrecked
Title: Sheep Wrecked
Character: Wolf (voice) (uncredited)
Released: February 7, 1958
Type: Movie
Droopy is guarding his flock of sheep from the rebel wolf.
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Magoo's Private War
Title: Magoo's Private War
Character: Waldo (story)(uncredited)
Released: December 19, 1957
Type: Movie
The near-sighted Mr. McGoo takes his duties as an Air Raid Warden, in the civil-defense, cold-war/iron curtain days of the 1950s, seriously. When he stumbles across the premiere of a new science-fiction movie at a theatre, he thinks his town has just been invaded by outer-space aliens. He takes the on-screen activities as part of the attack and goes through all the civil-defense steps to save the audience.
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Title: The Ruff and Reddy Show
Character: Reddy (voice)
Released: December 14, 1957
Type: TV
The Ruff and Reddy Show is a Hanna-Barbera animated series starring Ruff, a straight and smart cat voiced by Don Messick, and Reddy, a dumb and stupid dog voiced by Daws Butler. First broadcast in December 1957 on NBC, it was the first television show produced by Hanna-Barbera and presented by Screen Gems, the television arm of Columbia Pictures.
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Fowled-Up Party
Title: Fowled-Up Party
Character: Sam / Dog / Farmer (voice)
Released: November 3, 1957
Type: Movie
Sam and Maggie are on their merry way to a costume party, and Sam is wearing a Rooster costume. They run out of gas on the way and Sam hikes off looking for a gas station.
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Fodder and Son
Title: Fodder and Son
Character: Fodder (Windy) / Son (Breezy) (voice)
Released: November 3, 1957
Type: Movie
Woody goes to Yellowstone National Park, where he encounters a bear who does anything to get food from people.
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Tom's Photo Finish
Title: Tom's Photo Finish
Character: George
Released: November 1, 1957
Type: Movie
Tom has a chunk of the leftover chicken just before his owner George goes to look at the fridge. He threatens to take care of whichever animal did it. Tom frames Spike the dog, but Jerry snaps a photo of him in the act, prints up dozens of copies, and then battles Tom to get George to see one of them.
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The Big Snooze
Title: The Big Snooze
Character: (voices)
Released: October 12, 1957
Type: Movie
Forest ranger Clyde is given an order to make sure the park bears are not disturbed from their winter hibernation. He inspects their cave and finds Chilly Willy trying to sleep among them. He hollers at Chilly not to wake them up, waking one bear up himself. He sends the sleepwalking bear back to bed but it isn't that simple. The bear continues to sleepwalk going on a wild ride through the woods after Chilly gets him to put some skis on. The bear finally stops... and is now sleeping in Clyde's bed. Clyde returns to the cave where all the bears are now sleepwalking and Chilly is giving each one a lit dynamite stick!
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Blackboard Jumble
Title: Blackboard Jumble
Character: Wolf / Teacher (voice)
Released: October 4, 1957
Type: Movie
A wolf with a Southern accent walks by just as a teacher is getting fed up with his class and walks out. Unfortunately, the class consists of three junior clones of Droopy, who manage to try his patience.
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Magoo Saves the Bank
Title: Magoo Saves the Bank
Character: Waldo (voice) (uncredited)
Released: September 26, 1957
Type: Movie
The near-sighted Mr. Magoo, on his way to make a bank deposit, boards a race-track bound bus instead. Mistaking the betting windows for tellerwindows, he keeps making and winning bets on long shots. The track finally tosses him out with his bag of winnings, which Magoo thinks was the result of compound interest growth.
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Mucho Mouse
Title: Mucho Mouse
Character: Tom / Lightning
Released: September 6, 1957
Type: Movie
A Spanish cat is more interested in playing flamenco guitar than trying to catch the mouse El Magnifico (Jerry). Tom arrives from the States with world champion mouse-catching credentials to have a go. He quickly catches El Magnifico, but the mouse keeps returning. Then Tom acts as the bull, succumbing to Jerry's matador. Both Tom and Jerry speak (in Spanish).
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Tabasco Road
Title: Tabasco Road
Character: Mouse (voice)
Released: July 20, 1957
Type: Movie
Speedy Gonzales, the fastest mouse in all Mexico, runs to the rescue of his two drunken rodent friends, Pablo and Fernando, who keep wandering into the hungry clutches of an alley cat.
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International Woodpecker
Title: International Woodpecker
Character: Young George Washington / George Washington's father / Horace Greeley (voice)
Released: July 1, 1957
Type: Movie
Woody Woodpecker tells Knothead and Splinter the story of how woodpeckers have influenced world history.
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To Catch a Woodpecker
Title: To Catch a Woodpecker
Character: President / O'Hoolihan / Elevator Operator / Chauffeur (voice)
Released: June 28, 1957
Type: Movie
The Miracle Telephone Company attempts to stop Woody Woodpecker from pecking holes in its telephone poles.
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The Unbearable Salesman
Title: The Unbearable Salesman
Character: Charlie Bear (voice)
Released: June 2, 1957
Type: Movie
Woody is a salesman, trying to unload his wares on a hibernating (and reasonably irritated) bear.
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Boyhood Daze
Title: Boyhood Daze
Character: Headquarters Commander, President, Jail Officer, Ralph's Father
Released: April 20, 1957
Type: Movie
Ralph gets sent to his room for breaking a window. There, he passes the time in Walter Mitty-type fashion, daydreaming that he's a parent-saving jungle explorer, an alien-fighting jet ace and a convict.
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Tops with Pops
Title: Tops with Pops
Character: Spike
Released: February 22, 1957
Type: Movie
Tom is chasing Jerry again. In a panic, the mouse runs into the doghouse of little Tyke, the bulldog. Right next to the sleeping Tyke sleeps Spike, his father. Tom unthinkingly snatches the puppy out of his house. When Spike wakes up and sees this, he delivers a stern warning: Stay away from my boy, or else. Jerry realizes that sticking close to the boy is the best way to repel his feline tormentor, but Tom is not about to let the mouse evade him so easily.
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Magoo Goes Overboard
Title: Magoo Goes Overboard
Character: Waldo (voice)(uncredited)
Released: February 21, 1957
Type: Movie
Mr. Magoo and Waldo are on a cruise aboard an ocean liner when the near-sighted MaGoo accidentally falls into the ship's swimming pool and thinks he has fallen overboard. When he tries to rescue one of the swimmers, the ship's captain jumps in and rescues Magoo. The grateful---and talkative---MaGoo informs the ship's captain that he will inform the ship's captain of his good deed and, when last seen, MaGoo is heading in the direction of the swimming pool.
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Go Fly a Kit
Title: Go Fly a Kit
Character: Narrator
Released: February 3, 1957
Type: Movie
The story of a cat, raised by an eagle, who learns to fly and uses his ability to save his future girlfriend from a vicious bulldog.
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Drafty, Isn't It?
Title: Drafty, Isn't It?
Character: Ralph Phillips, Willie N. List, Barber, Guy With Wild Hair, Sergeant, Dog
Released: January 1, 1957
Type: Movie
Ralph Phillips dreams about his future, only to have his dreams interrupted by Willie N. List, using an ACME Anti-Nightmare Machine, to compare military and civilian life.
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Operation Cold Feet
Title: Operation Cold Feet
Character: Smedley / Admiral Byrd / Polar Bear (voice)
Released: December 23, 1956
Type: Movie
A sentry is posted to guard the food supply at a South Pole expedition location, but Chilly Willy the penguin is hungry and has his eyes on the canned sardines and other sea-food choices at the post. Lots of chase and pursuit but Willy ends up well fed.
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Barbecue Brawl
Title: Barbecue Brawl
Character: Spike (voice)
Released: December 14, 1956
Type: Movie
Spike is showing his son Tyke how to barbecue when his cooking is disrupted by a typical Tom-and-Jerry chase.
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The Honey-Mousers
Title: The Honey-Mousers
Character: Ralph Crumden / Ned Morton
Released: December 8, 1956
Type: Movie
In this spoof of TV's "The Honeymooners", Ralph Crumden and Ned Morton are mouse versions of Jackie Gleason and Art Carney's characters on the TV show. When new human tenants move into the apartment where the Crumden and Morton couples live, Ralph and Ned try to gain access to a banquet of food in the people's refrigerator, which is guarded by an orange cat.
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Wideo Wabbit
Title: Wideo Wabbit
Character: Bugs Bunny (as Groucho & Norton)
Released: October 27, 1956
Type: Movie
Bugs Bunny is chased by Elmer Fudd throughout a TV studio and its various productions.
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Down Beat Bear
Title: Down Beat Bear
Character: 2nd Radio Announcer
Released: October 12, 1956
Type: Movie
A dancing bear escapes from the zoo and finds his way to Tom and Jerry's house. He dances with Tom, making it impossible for Tom to call the authorities; Jerry takes every opportunity to play music and keep Tom and the bear dancing
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Yankee Dood It
Title: Yankee Dood It
Character: Shoemaker
Released: October 12, 1956
Type: Movie
Elmer Fudd is the progressive King of industrial Elves. He visits an outmoded shoemaker's shop to extol the virtues of mass production capitalism to the shoemaker, whose pet cat, Sylvester, uses the magic word, "Jehosophat" to turn Fudd's elf helper into a mouse and chases him around the shoemaker's shop.
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The Talking Dog
Title: The Talking Dog
Character: Sam / Talking Dog (voice)
Released: August 27, 1956
Type: Movie
Maggie and Sam have finally saved enough money to be able to pay off the mortgage on their home, and Maggie warns Sam to be careful on his way to the bank. Sam immediately runs into a shady character who offers many ways for Sam to lose his money, but Sam resists them all until he is offered a talking dog. San, figuring a talking dog is a way to get rich immediately buys it. He has many rejections before he can get the dog a booking at a theatre. Before the dog can exhibit his skills, a cat shows up and ruins the act. Maggie and Sam lose their home, and Sam ends up in the dog house, with a talking dog as his companion.
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Raw! Raw! Rooster!
Title: Raw! Raw! Rooster!
Character: Rhode Island Red
Released: August 24, 1956
Type: Movie
Foghorn's annoying college buddy, Rhode Island Red, comes for a visit and then won't leave.
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Rocket-bye Baby
Title: Rocket-bye Baby
Character: Narrator / Joe Wilbur / Capt. Schmideo / Lecturer (voice) (uncredited)
Released: August 4, 1956
Type: Movie
A cosmic mix-up results in a Martian baby being delivered to Earth, while an Earth baby is sent to Mars. Joseph Wilbur and his wife try to raise the green-skinned, ingenious Martian tyke as if he were an Earthling. But the kid builds his own spaceship and flies away, and Wilbur must find him and bring him back, or he'll never be able to make an exchange with the Martian parents for his own boy.
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Hold That Rock
Title: Hold That Rock
Character: (voices)
Released: July 29, 1956
Type: Movie
Smedley is the manager of Balancing Rock Canyon where various boulders are perched atop high poles. As Smedley explains, the slightest noise is enough to send the rocks tumbling ("You gotta be quieter than a goldfish in a sound-proof aquarium") so it's hardly a surprise that he panics when Chilly Willy arrives selling various loud noisemakers among them firecrackers, a "boomerang brick", a joy buzzer, novelty gun, and exploding telephone.
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Barbary-Coast Bunny
Title: Barbary-Coast Bunny
Character: Nasty Canasta
Released: July 21, 1956
Type: Movie
After Bugs' giant gold nugget is stolen by Nasty Canasta, he tries to win it back at Canasta's San Francisco gambling hall.
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Stupor Duck
Title: Stupor Duck
Character: Narrator, Newspaper Editor
Released: July 6, 1956
Type: Movie
Daffy Duck does Superman as Stupor Duck (aka mild-mannered reporter Cluck Trent) takes on the villainous yet nonexistent Aardvark Ratnik.
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Room and Wrath
Title: Room and Wrath
Character: (voices)
Released: June 3, 1956
Type: Movie
Smedley, manager of the "Snowtel" where Chilly Willy is visiting, notices Chilly has not paid his bill. When Chilly still refuses to pay, Smedley tries various methods of evicting him but all his attempts are thwarted either by Chilly or his own ineptitude. Eventually, the scenario culminates in Smedley chasing Chilly outside with Chilly tricking him into running into a whale's mouth.
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Busy Buddies
Title: Busy Buddies
Character: George
Released: May 4, 1956
Type: Movie
Jeannie the babysitter is supposed to be looking after an unnamed baby while Joan and George are out. However, she is more interested in talking on the telephone. At first Tom and Jerry take the opportunity to help themselves to some food, but they soon discover the baby crawling away while Jeannie continues to talk on the phone, unaware. Tom and Jerry rescue the baby from increasingly dangerous hazards, such as the cupboards, the sink, a curtain rod, the heating ducts, a flagpole, and a mailbox down the street (which leads to them being shot at by rogue police officers). Tom goes home with the baby, but suddenly the baby falls in the sky. Tom gets a stroller, but the baby uses a diaper as a parachute, and floats to safety. Jeannie is unaware through all of this (even when the baby crawls over her), and at one point even chases Tom away for "bothering the baby" when he returns the baby to the crib.
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The Ostrich Egg and I
Title: The Ostrich Egg and I
Character: Sam (voice)
Released: April 8, 1956
Type: Movie
Sam acquires and ostrich from which hatches, no surprise, an ostrich. The ostrich attach's itself to Sam, in addition to eating everything in sight, and Maggie orders him to get rid of it. When Sam thinks he has lost the bird, he returns home where Maggie leads him to the bedroom, where Sam finds the ostrich with a family of her own.
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Weasel Stop
Title: Weasel Stop
Character: Dog (voice) (uncredited)
Released: February 10, 1956
Type: Movie
A shaggy dog is the guard at a farm's chicken coop when a lip-smacking weasel comes along, intending to gain access to the chickens.
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90 Day Wondering
Title: 90 Day Wondering
Character: Ralph Phillips (voice) (uncredited)
Released: January 1, 1956
Type: Movie
Ralph Phillips is overjoyed when he runs out of Fort Itude, because he's a civilian again. Things, however, don't go well for him when he gets home, and two pixies named Pete and Re-Pete convince him to stay in civilian life or go back to the army. At the end, Ralph chooses to go back to the army
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Good Will to Men
Title: Good Will to Men
Character: Preacher Mouse (voice)
Released: December 23, 1955
Type: Movie
A group of young mice is in the ruins of a church, practicing singing for an upcoming service. After singing an adulterated version of "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing," the mice wonder about the last line, "Good will to men." One of them asks the chorus master, an old mouse, "What are men?" The old mouse explains that they all killed each other off by building bigger and more destructive weapons, first guns, then missiles, then bombs.
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Pecos Pest
Title: Pecos Pest
Character: TV Announcer
Released: November 11, 1955
Type: Movie
Jerry's eccentric uncle, Pecos, a Texan mouse, comes to spend the night with him before his musical performance on television the next day. He decides to rehearse with his guitar for the performance but each time he plays, one of his guitar strings snaps off. Fortunately, he is able to replace them by plucking off one of Tom's whiskers each time. Tom is rather reluctant about this and tries to hide to protect his whiskers from Uncle Pecos.
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Deputy Droopy
Title: Deputy Droopy
Character: Sheriff / Tall Robber (voice) (uncredited)
Released: October 28, 1955
Type: Movie
Two outlaws are trying to steal a shipment of gold being guarded by Deputy Droopy, and have to keep quiet to avoid alerting the sheriff.
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Hot and Cold Penguin
Title: Hot and Cold Penguin
Character: Smedley (voice) (uncredited)
Released: October 24, 1955
Type: Movie
More adventures of Chilly Willy and his quest to stay warm.
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Smarty Cat
Title: Smarty Cat
Character: Butch (voice)
Released: October 14, 1955
Type: Movie
Nobody's home, so Tom invites his alley cat friends in to look at home movies (clips from earlier cartoons where Tom gets the drop on Spike). While they're showing them, Spike sneaks in.
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The Tree Medic
Title: The Tree Medic
Character: Tree Surgeon (voice) (uncredited)
Released: September 19, 1955
Type: Movie
A tree surgeon arrives in a forest to inspect a tree, specifically Woody's. He destroys Woody's bed with a drill and Woody plans to get even. First, he sticks a pan over said drill, then sticks his foot in the tree's branch and kicks the doctor in the face with it. He also inflates the doctor's stethoscope with a bellows until it explodes and holds up a sexy pin-up when the doctor x-rays the tree. Finally, Doc discovers Woody and gives chase but Woody inevitably outsmarts him knocking the doc unconscious. The pest gone, Woody can now continue his rest.
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Sh-h-h-h-h-h
Title: Sh-h-h-h-h-h
Character: Mr. Twiddle / Doctor / Hotel Manager (voice) (uncredited)
Released: June 5, 1955
Type: Movie
A mild-mannered man whose nerves are shot from incessant noise is sent to an exclusive, silent retreat with hilarious results.
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Mouse For Sale
Title: Mouse For Sale
Character: Man
Released: May 21, 1955
Type: Movie
Tom sells Jerry to a local pet story that's buying white mice. Yes, Jerry's brown, but a little paint fixes that. The lady of the house finds the money Tom got and uses it to buy a cute white mouse. Jerry shows off acrobatics and dancing. Tom washes off Jerry's paint, but Jerry keeps finding new ways to become white before his owner can see him.
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Pup on a Picnic
Title: Pup on a Picnic
Character: Spike
Released: April 30, 1955
Type: Movie
Spike is taking his son on a picnic. Jerry keeps hiding in the basket, so Tom keeps disrupting the picnic while chasing him.
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The Legend of Rockabye Point
Title: The Legend of Rockabye Point
Character: Polar Bear/Bulldog
Released: April 11, 1955
Type: Movie
The old fishing boat captain tells the story of Chilly Willy, a singing polar bear and a bulldog who quickly falls asleep when he hears a lullaby.
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I'm Cold
Title: I'm Cold
Character: (voices) (uncredited)
Released: December 20, 1954
Type: Movie
Chilly Willy is freezing in his igloo home (he lives in Coldernell, Alaska) and burning everything he owns in the fireplace to keep warm
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Dixieland Droopy
Title: Dixieland Droopy
Character: Talent Agent (uncredited)
Released: December 4, 1954
Type: Movie
John Pettibone (Droopy), a dog whose love of Dixieland music is not appreciated by those around him, has a lucky meeting with Pee-Wee Runt and his All-Flea Dixieland band at the circus.
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Pet Peeve
Title: Pet Peeve
Character: George
Released: November 20, 1954
Type: Movie
The couple that owns Tom and Spike decides they can't afford to keep both. They agree that the first one to catch the mouse can stay - bad news for Jerry, until both Tom and Spike cause a bit too much destruction and both get thrown out. This was the first Tom and Jerry cartoon to be released in CinemaScope and the second to be produced in the format (the first was Touché, Pussy Cat!, released a month later), which widened the cinema screen to a more expansive aspect ratio to compete against the growing popularity of television. The CinemaScope process required thicker and more defined ink lines around the characters, giving them a slightly more "modern" and less detailed appearance. The cartoon is also the first to feature an owner of the house that is not Mammy Two Shoes, the African-American maid voiced by Lillian Randolph from the first cartoon Puss Gets the Boot (1940) up to and including 1952's Push-Button Kitty. Instead, Mammy was replaced with a white married couple.
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The Flea Circus
Title: The Flea Circus
Character: Pepito (voice) (uncredited)
Released: November 6, 1954
Type: Movie
In this animated comedic short, the entire entourage of a flea circus runs away to join a dog.
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The Farm of Tomorrow
Title: The Farm of Tomorrow
Character: Scrawny Chick (voice) (uncredited)
Released: September 18, 1954
Type: Movie
A series of gags showing how much more productive farms would be if farmers started crossbreeding their animals to create weird (but very useful) hybrids.
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Billy Boy
Title: Billy Boy
Character: Farmer (voice) (uncredited)
Released: May 8, 1954
Type: Movie
A farmer is initially delighted to get a baby goat, but this soon turns to apprehension when he discovers that it eats literally anything (including, at one point, the animation artwork).
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Hic-cup Pup
Title: Hic-cup Pup
Character: Spike
Released: April 17, 1954
Type: Movie
Spike has just put Tyke to bed for his nap when Tom and Jerry chase out the door to Tyke's crib, waking him up. This gives Tyke an attack of hiccups. Spike warns Tom not to wake him up again, which of course is all Jerry needs...
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Drag-A-Long Droopy
Title: Drag-A-Long Droopy
Character: Wolf Rancher / Bull (voice) (uncredited)
Released: February 20, 1954
Type: Movie
An "absolutely authentic account of the grazing land battles of the sheep and cattle wars of the early west," pitting sheep rancher Droopy against a cattle ranching wolf.
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Crazy Mixed Up Pup
Title: Crazy Mixed Up Pup
Character: Samuel / Dog / Milkman (voice) (uncredited)
Released: February 14, 1954
Type: Movie
While out grocery shopping, meek, middle-aged Samuel Smith and family pet Rover are run over by a speeding car. Fortunately for them, an ambulance shows up right away. Unfortunately for them, the ambulance attendant mistakenly treats Sam with dog plasma and Rover with human plasma. Both immediately recover - after which Sam starts erupting into bouts of dog-like behavior and Rover begins walking and talking like a human being, much to the consternation of the people around them, especially Sam's wife, Margaret.
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The Three Little Pups
Title: The Three Little Pups
Character: Big Bad Dog Catcher
Released: December 26, 1953
Type: Movie
Droopy and his dopey brothers, Snoopy and Loopy, reenact the story of the Three Little Pigs as the big bad wolf, a dogcatcher with a southern accent, tries to find a way to get the dogs out of their house of bricks.
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Title: Chilly Willy
Character: Smedley / Maxie / Gooney / Colonel Pot Shot
Released: December 21, 1953
Type: TV
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That's My Pup!
Title: That's My Pup!
Character: Spike
Released: April 25, 1953
Type: Movie
Spike explains to his son the rules of being a dog: 1: be man's best friend (begging, lying at feet); 2: bury bones; 3: chase cats. Just then, Tom (and Jerry) run by, offering the perfect practice subject. Spike lectures Tom to be scared by the pup or else; Jerry overhears, and is soon doing his best dog impersonation, while Tom works on various strategies to neutralize Tyke
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Little Johnny Jet
Title: Little Johnny Jet
Character: Father Jet (uncredited)
Released: April 18, 1953
Type: Movie
A veteran B-29 propeller plane, struggling to find work after the war, is upset after his wife gives birth to a little jet. When he tries to compete with modern planes in an around-the-world race, Junior comes to his aid.
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The Dog House
Title: The Dog House
Character: Spike
Released: November 29, 1952
Type: Movie
Spike is building the doghouse of his dreams. However, Tom chases Jerry through the chassis of the house and also pulls a board off it to attack the mouse with. When Jerry perches on Spike's head, even lying on top of his dream house does not stop it from being smashed. Tom bolts, but Spike stomps on his tail, then dusts himself off and wrenches the cat facing in his direction. He issues Tom an ultimatum: leave his dream house alone or suffer the consequences ("Wait a minute pussycat! Ever since I was a pup I've wanted a place of my own and I still want it! But if one thing happens to my little dreamhouse...there's goin' to be moider!").
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Fit to Be Tied
Title: Fit to Be Tied
Released: July 26, 1952
Type: Movie
Jerry removes a tack from Spike's paw. In gratitude, Spike gives Jerry a bell to ring when he's in trouble. Soon, Tom is acting as Jerry's servant. But then the city passes a leash law, and Spike can no longer help. Soon, Tom is taunting Spike (much like Foghorn Leghorn taunts the barnyard dog) and harassing Jerry, who becomes his servant until the leash law is repealed.
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Rock-a-Bye Bear
Title: Rock-a-Bye Bear
Character: Dog Pound Proprietor / Joe Bear (voice)
Released: July 12, 1952
Type: Movie
Spike gets a job running the house for a hibernating bear. Only problem is that same bear is VERY noise-sensitive, and Spike's got a rival that wants his job.
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One Cab's Family
Title: One Cab's Family
Character: John / Doctor (voice) (uncredited)
Released: May 17, 1952
Type: Movie
A happily married pair of taxicabs are delighted when Junior enters their lives, but this delight turns to consternation when he states his ambition to become a hotrodder..
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Gift Wrapped
Title: Gift Wrapped
Character: Narrator (voice)
Released: February 16, 1952
Type: Movie
It's Christmas Day in the home of Granny, and her pet cat Sylvester delights at chasing her new Tweety Bird and takes fright at the bulldog unwrapped from under the tree.
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Magical Maestro
Title: Magical Maestro
Character: Mysto the Magician
Released: February 9, 1952
Type: Movie
After he is rejected by the Great Poochini as an opening act, Mysto the Magician gets his revenge by conducting his next operatic performance.
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A Case for Hypnosis
Title: A Case for Hypnosis
Character: Professor Lightskull
Released: January 1, 1952
Type: Movie
Prof. Lightskull and Doc Twiddle are trying to locate the whereabouts of a magician
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Grizzly Golfer
Title: Grizzly Golfer
Character: Bear
Released: December 20, 1951
Type: Movie
Magoo goes golfing in an unbearable way. When Magoo and Waldo go to play golf, they wind up in the middle of a bear hunt. Magoo mistakes a grizzly bear for Waldo and proceeds to make the bear caddy for him. The bear continually gets clobbered by clubs, balls, you name it. Meanwhile, Waldo is nowhere to be found, and the hunters are closing in. Just as Magoo is playing the last hole, the hunters open fire (seeing the bear), and everyone runs away: Magoo, the bear and Waldo.
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Droopy's Double Trouble
Title: Droopy's Double Trouble
Character: Mr. Theeves (uncredited)
Released: November 17, 1951
Type: Movie
Butler Droopy gets his twin brother Drippy a job as assistant butler, causing trouble for Butch, who is trying to mooch an easy meal but can't tell the difference between the kind Droopy and the violence-prone Drippy.
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Slicked-up Pup
Title: Slicked-up Pup
Character: Spike
Released: September 8, 1951
Type: Movie
Spike has just washed his pup. Tom and Jerry's chase knocks him into a mud puddle. Spike makes Tom clean him up again and promise to keep him clean which of course is Jerry's opening to get Tom in trouble.
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Sleepy-Time Tom
Title: Sleepy-Time Tom
Character: Tom's Friend (voice) (uncredited)
Released: May 26, 1951
Type: Movie
Tom has been out late carousing with his chums. When he gets home, a slimmed-down Mammy won't take any excuses, and insists he stay awake; Jerry, overhearing, thus tries a number of schemes to get Tom to sleep. Not that he has to push hard; Tom tries drinking a giant pot of coffee, then keeping his eyes open with toothpicks and tape, and finally gives up and paints eyes on his lids. This fools Mammy, but not Jerry, who erects a series of Burma-Shave style signs leading Tom into the nice comfy bed, where Mammy discovers him and tosses him out just as his pals happen by for another night on the town.
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Jerry and the Goldfish
Title: Jerry and the Goldfish
Character: Radio Chef François
Released: March 3, 1951
Type: Movie
Tom, whose appetite was whetted by a radio cooking program, wants to make a meal out of the pet goldfish. Jerry, who is friends with the fish, does what he can to thwart their feline foe.
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The Peachy Cobbler
Title: The Peachy Cobbler
Character: Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Released: December 9, 1950
Type: Movie
A poor cobbler feeds his last crust of bread to some birds that are really elves, who show their gratitude by finishing all his work while he sleeps.
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The Chump Champ
Title: The Chump Champ
Character: Spike / Master of Ceremonies / Queen of Sports (voice) (uncredited)
Released: November 4, 1950
Type: Movie
Droopy and Gorgeous Gorillawitz (Spike) are competing for the title of King of Sports and for a kiss from the Queen of Sports. Spike cheats as much as possible but can never seem to beat Droopy.
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The Cuckoo Clock
Title: The Cuckoo Clock
Character: Narrator / Cat (voice) (uncredited)
Released: June 10, 1950
Type: Movie
A cat is driven up the wall by the inhabitant of the cuckoo clock, so he spends the film trying to catch him...
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Albert in Blunderland
Title: Albert in Blunderland
Character: Albert / Movie Narrator (voice)
Released: January 6, 1950
Type: Movie
Albert, an auto mechanic is listening to a radio broadcast about a society based on the "coordinated cooperation of ants". He becomes excited about the idea, and becomes a little careless. The hood of the car, crashes down on his head, knocking him out cold. While unconcious, he dreams about being a worker among ants in the state-controlled nation of Antrolia. At first he is enthusiastic, but soon becomes disenchanted. When he threatens to strike, the soldier ants drag him before a firing squad. Just as he is being executed, he wakes up. He jumps into the car, races to the radio station and assaults the speaker, who is still extolling the virtures of state-planning boards and a controlled, planned economy. The speech, on red paper, flies into the air, as the mechanic grabs the microphone to give the audience "the real low-down on them ants".
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Out-Foxed
Title: Out-Foxed
Character: Reginald Fox
Released: November 5, 1949
Type: Movie
Droopy is part of a pack of English hunting hounds trying unsuccessfully to catch a tricky, tea-drinking fox.
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Love That Pup
Title: Love That Pup
Character: Spike
Released: October 1, 1949
Type: Movie
When a bulldog threatens Tom to keep away from his puppy, Jerry realizes that sticking close to the boy is the best way to keep away his feline tormentor. But Tom is not about to let the mouse evade him so easily.
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Little Rural Riding Hood
Title: Little Rural Riding Hood
Character: City Wolf (voice) (uncredited)
Released: September 17, 1949
Type: Movie
The last of Tex Avery's variations on "Red Hot Riding Hood" (1943), in which the country wolf visits his city cousin, who tries to teach him the rudiments of civilized behavior when watching girls in nightclubs - without, it has to be said, a great deal of success...
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Doggone Tired
Title: Doggone Tired
Character: Hunter (voice)
Released: July 30, 1949
Type: Movie
A rabbit tries all he can to keep a hunting dog awake before tomorrow's big hunt.
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The Sailor and the Seagull
Title: The Sailor and the Seagull
Character: Seagull
Released: January 1, 1949
Type: Movie
The Sailor and the Seagull was released by the U.S. Navy in 1949 with a simple goal: encouraging servicemen to re-enlist. In the film, a disgruntled sailor named McGinty complains about the raw deal he believes he is receiving by serving in the Navy. As luck would have it, a seagull comes to release him from service so that he can experience the freedom of civilian life. McGinty soon learns, however, that civilian life means less freedom and less money than he had imagined and quickly jumps at the chance to re-enlist. (cont. http://blogs.archives.gov/unwritten-record/2013/09/26/sailor-and-the-seagull/)
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Make Mine Freedom
Title: Make Mine Freedom
Character: Dr. Utopia / ISM Salesman (voice)
Released: February 25, 1948
Type: Movie
This Cold War-era cartoon uses humor to tout the dangers of Communism and the benefits of capitalism.
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The Hick Chick
Title: The Hick Chick
Character: Charles (voice) (uncredited)
Released: June 15, 1946
Type: Movie
In this triangle drama a country chicken chooses between a country rooster and a city rooster.
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Jerky Turkey
Title: Jerky Turkey
Character: Turkey (voice)
Released: April 7, 1945
Type: Movie
A dopey Pilgrim goes hunting a turkey who speaks in a Jimmy Durante impersonation and runs the local black market. War and rationing gags abound (Pilgrims line up behind a sign reading "Ye Cigarettes Today"), as well as a running gag featuring a bear wearing an "Eat at Joe's" sandwich sign. The turkey harnesses the power of gags to save himself.
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What's Buzzin' Buzzard?
Title: What's Buzzin' Buzzard?
Character: Jimmy Durante Buzzard / Rabbit (voice) (uncredited)
Released: November 27, 1943
Type: Movie
Two buzzards suffer from acute food shortage and make up for it by cooking each other, or at least trying to.
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Red Hot Riding Hood
Title: Red Hot Riding Hood
Character: Wolf Howl (voice) (uncredited)
Released: May 8, 1943
Type: Movie
Tired of always playing the same roles, Little Red Riding Hood, her grandmother and the Wolf demand a new version of the tale. The story then plays out in a more contemperary urban environment, with Little Red Riding Hood working as a pin-up girl in a night club.