Paul Frees

Paul Frees

Born: June 22, 1920
Died: November 2, 1986
in Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Solomon Hersh Frees (June 22, 1920 – November 2, 1986), better known as Paul Frees, was an American actor, voice actor, impressionist and screenwriter known for his work on MGM, Walter Lantz, and Walt Disney theatrical cartoons during the Golden Age of Animation and for providing the voice of Boris Badenov in The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show. Along with his contemporary Mel Blanc, he became known as "The Man of a Thousand Voices".

Movies for Paul Frees...

3-D Rarities
Title: 3-D Rarities
Character: (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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Tex Avery's Droopy: The Complete Theatrical Collection
Title: Tex Avery's Droopy: The Complete Theatrical Collection
Character: Joe Wolf (Most Common Antagonist)
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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Walt Disney's Fables - Vol.6
Title: Walt Disney's Fables - Vol.6
Character: Ludwig Von Drake / Herman (voice)
Released: May 31, 2004
Type: Movie
Two classic animated shorts from the Disney studios. In 'The Reluctant Dragon' (1941), a young boy and a famous dragon fighter team up to teach a docile dragon the art of being a force to be reckoned with. In 'Mickey and the Beanstalk' (1947), Mickey Mouse, Goofy and Donald Duck confront the fearsome Willie the Giant to try to retrieve the magical singing harp to Happy Valley.
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Walt Disney's Fables - Vol.3
Title: Walt Disney's Fables - Vol.3
Character: The True Spirit of Adventure / Narrator / Pi creature
Released: September 15, 2003
Type: Movie
Three classic stories from the Disney team. 'Donald in Mathmagicland' is an award-winning short film, featuring everyone's favourite duck. 'Ben and Me' tells the story of how one little mouse helped Benjamin Franklin and changed the course of history. Finally, 'Modern Inventions' finds Donald Duck in a mueum where he gets more than he bargained for. From the Back Cover
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Disney’s Coyote Tales
Title: Disney’s Coyote Tales
Character: Mouse (voice)
Released: November 11, 1991
Type: Movie
Through redubbed footage of The Coyote's Lament, the coyote's relationship with man and dog is shown from the coyote's point of view, as seen in various Disney cartoons.
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Title: Tom Slick
Character: Baron Otto Matic
Released: September 9, 1987
Type: TV
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The Wind in the Willows
Title: The Wind in the Willows
Character: Wayfarer (voice)
Released: July 5, 1987
Type: Movie
The Irresponsible Toad is in a mess and needs help from his friends try and save Toad Hall.
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The Puppetoon Movie
Title: The Puppetoon Movie
Character: Arnie the Dinosaur / Pillsbury Doughboy (voice)
Released: June 12, 1987
Type: Movie
Animated characters introduce a compilation of George Pal replacement animation Puppetoon short films from the 1930s and 1940s. Originally released in 80 minutes length, The Puppetoon Movie also exists in a subsequently expanded ten minutes longer version.
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Disney's DTV Valentine
Title: Disney's DTV Valentine
Character: Ludwig Von Drake / Announcer (voice)
Released: February 14, 1986
Type: Movie
A Valentine's Day special featuring rock and roll music set to scenes from Disney animation.
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The Fantasy Film Worlds of George Pal
Title: The Fantasy Film Worlds of George Pal
Character: Himself / Narrator (voice)
Released: January 1, 1985
Type: Movie
Among the legends of Hollywood, George Pal takes his place as a true visionary, an innovator and a showman who profoundly shaped the art of motion pictures. A peer of Walt Disney, Pal pioneered stop motion animation and went on to virtually invent the modern science fiction and fantasy film genres. Pal's extraordinary genius molded a dazzling array of films, which earned an incredible total of eight Academy Awards and left a cinematic legacy that served as formative inspiration for the movies of George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Gene Roddenberry.
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Twice Upon a Time
Title: Twice Upon a Time
Character: Narrator / Chef of State / Judges / Bailiff (voice)
Released: August 5, 1983
Type: Movie
Two wannabe heroes and their friends must stop a madman from giving everyone nightmares.
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What's Up, Hideous Sun Demon
Title: What's Up, Hideous Sun Demon
Character: Trailer Announcer
Released: January 1, 1983
Type: Movie
Z-grade horror flick "The Hideous Sun Demon" re-dubbed and re-edited into a monster-movie spoof about a suntan lotion that works from the inside out (it also has a certain side effect).
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The Last Unicorn
Title: The Last Unicorn
Character: Mabruk (voice)
Released: November 19, 1982
Type: Movie
From a riddle-speaking butterfly, a unicorn learns that she is supposedly the last of her kind, all the others having been herded away by the Red Bull. The unicorn sets out to discover the truth behind the butterfly's words. She is eventually joined on her quest by Schmendrick, a second-rate magician, and Molly Grue, a now middle-aged woman who dreamed all her life of seeing a unicorn. Their journey leads them far from home, all the way to the castle of King Haggard.
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Current Affairs: The Case of Dashiell Hammett
Title: Current Affairs: The Case of Dashiell Hammett
Character: Narrator (voice)
Released: October 1, 1982
Type: Movie
A one-hour public television (PBS) biography of Dashiell Hammett, creator of the "hardboiled" modern detective novel and author of "The Maltese Falcon" and "The Thin Man."
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Title: Knight Rider
Character: K.A.R.R.
Released: September 26, 1982
Type: TV
Michael Long, an undercover police officer, is shot while investigating a case and left for dead by his assailants. He is rescued by Wilton Knight, a wealthy, dying millionaire and inventor who arranges life-saving surgery, including a new face and a new identity--that of Michael Knight. Michael is then given a special computerized and indestructible car called the Knight Industries Two Thousand (nicknamed KITT), and a mission: apprehend criminals who are beyond the reach of the law. The series depicts Michael's exploits as he and KITT battle the forces of evil on behalf of the Foundation for Law and Government.
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The Flight of Dragons
Title: The Flight of Dragons
Released: August 17, 1982
Type: Movie
The realm of magic is being threatened by the realm of logic, so Carolinus, the green wizard decides to shield it for all time. Ommadon, the evil red wizard, stands in his way. Carolinus then calls for a quest that is to be led by a man named Peter Dickinson, who is the first man of both the realms of science and magic. It is Peter's job to defeat Ommadon.
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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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The Day After Trinity
Title: The Day After Trinity
Character: Narrator
Released: January 20, 1981
Type: Movie
The Day After Trinity (a.k.a. The Day After Trinity: J. Robert Oppenheimer and the Atomic Bomb) is a 1980 documentary film directed and produced by Jon H. Else in association with KTEH public television in San Jose, California. The film tells the story of J. Robert Oppenheimer (1904–1967), the theoretical physicist who led the effort to build the first atomic bomb, tested in July 1945 at Trinity site in New Mexico. Featuring candid interviews with several Manhattan Project scientists, as well as newly declassified archival footage, The Day After Trinity was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature of 1980, and received a Peabody Award in 1981.
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The Return of the King
Title: The Return of the King
Character: Goblin/Elrond
Released: May 11, 1980
Type: Movie
Two Hobbits struggle to destroy the Ring in Mount Doom while their friends desperately fight evil Lord Sauron's forces in a final battle.
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Jack Frost
Title: Jack Frost
Character: Kubla Kraus
Released: December 13, 1979
Type: Movie
Pardon-me Pete, the official groundhog of Groundhog Day, tells the story of Jack Frost, who falls in love with a beautiful young woman and begs Father Winter to make him human so that she can see him. His request is granted, but only on the condition that by the spring he has a house, a bag of gold, a horse and a wife. But Jack finds that life as a human is more complicated then he thought.
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Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July
Title: Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July
Character: Winterbolt / Jack Frost / Policeman
Released: July 1, 1979
Type: Movie
Long ago the Lady Borealis placed the evil Winterbolt under a magic spell, and put the last of her magic into the nose of a newborn reindeer: Rudolph. But now Winterbolt's awake. He gives Frosty's family magic amulets to keep them from melting until the Fourth of July so that Frosty and Rudolph can help Lilly's circus and Milton can marry his girlfriend on the high-wire, and Santa will use his sleigh to make sure everybody gets back to the North Pole in time...which leaves Winterbolt alone at the North Pole on the Fourth...
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The Stingiest Man in Town
Title: The Stingiest Man in Town
Character: Ghost of Christmas Past / Ghost of Christmas Present (voice)
Released: December 23, 1978
Type: Movie
This cartoon version of A Christmas Carol hails from the production house of Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass--the team that brought you just about every other Christmas special you saw as a kid (including Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer). Reinvented as a 49-minute musical ghost story, Stingiest stars the voice of Walter Matthau as the bedeviled Scrooge and Tom Bosley as the Jiminy Cricket-type narrator, B. Humbug, Esq.
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Hardware Wars
Title: Hardware Wars
Character: Narrator
Released: January 1, 1978
Type: Movie
Hardware Wars (1978) is a short film parody of the classic science fiction film Star Wars. The thirteen-minute film, which premiered in theatres only seven months after Star Wars, consisted of little more than inside jokes and visual puns that heavily depended upon audience familiarity with the original. The theme song is Richard Wagner's famous "Ride of the Valkyries". The tagline was "You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll kiss three bucks goodbye."
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Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey
Title: Nestor, the Long-Eared Christmas Donkey
Character: Santa Claus / Olaf / Donkey dealer (voice)
Released: December 3, 1977
Type: Movie
Nestor the donkey is a bit of an oddity--his long ears are enough for six donkeys and stretch all the way to the ground. One night, when Nestor is locked out in the cold, he begins to wander the desert.
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The Hobbit
Title: The Hobbit
Character: Bombur/Troll #1
Released: November 27, 1977
Type: Movie
Bilbo Baggins the Hobbit was just minding his own business, when his occasional visitor Gandalf the Wizard drops in one night. One by one, a whole group of dwarves drop in, and before he knows it, Bilbo has joined their quest to reclaim their kingdom, taken from them by the evil dragon Smaug. The only problem is that Gandalf has told the dwarves that Bilbo is an expert burglar, but he isn't...
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Fantastic Animation Festival
Title: Fantastic Animation Festival
Character: Opening Narration
Released: May 27, 1977
Type: Movie
A collection of fourteen award winning animated short films including "Moonshadow," "The Last Cartoon Man," "Closed Mondays," and "Cosmic Cartoon".
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Rudolph's Shiny New Year
Title: Rudolph's Shiny New Year
Character: Santa Claus / Aeon / General Ticker / Seventeen Seventy Six
Released: December 10, 1976
Type: Movie
Rudolph must find Happy, the baby new year, before the midnight of New Year's Eve.
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Frosty's Winter Wonderland
Title: Frosty's Winter Wonderland
Character: Jack Frost
Released: December 2, 1976
Type: Movie
Years have passed since Frosty left for the North Pole, but his promise is kept when he hears news of the first snowfall of the season, and decides to return.
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The Milpitas Monster
Title: The Milpitas Monster
Character: Narrator (voice)
Released: May 21, 1976
Type: Movie
A town is terrorised by a monster that was created by local environmental pollution.
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The First Easter Rabbit
Title: The First Easter Rabbit
Character: Zero / Santa (voice)
Released: April 9, 1976
Type: Movie
A beloved toy stuffed rabbit is rescued by a fairy to be the first Easter Rabbit.
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Breakheart Pass
Title: Breakheart Pass
Character: Levi Calhoun (voice) (uncredited)
Released: December 9, 1975
Type: Movie
At the height of the frontier era, a train races through the Rocky Mountains on a classified mission to a remote army post. But one by one the passengers are being murdered, and their only hope is the mysterious John Deakin, who's being transported to face trial for murder.
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Willie Mays and the Say-Hey Kid
Title: Willie Mays and the Say-Hey Kid
Character: Iguana (voice)
Released: October 14, 1972
Type: Movie
A guardian angel agrees to help Willie Mays win the National League Pennant if Mays agrees to take care of Veronica, a lonely, mischievous orphan girl. Veronica makes Mays' life difficult, but when relatives show up to claim her after hearing that she's inherited money, Mays' heart softens.
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Title: The Osmonds
Released: September 9, 1972
Type: TV
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Rain Rain, Go Away
Title: Rain Rain, Go Away
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: January 13, 1972
Type: Movie
Nothing goes right for Charlie. First his golf game is rained out, then the TV won't start, then Junior is too busy to play.
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Unlucky Potluck
Title: Unlucky Potluck
Character: Charlie Beary / Junior Beary / Boss (voice)
Released: January 13, 1972
Type: Movie
After Charlie, Bessie, and Junior fall victim to a loose board in the front steps, he tells Junior to fix and paint the steps.
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Let Charlie Do It
Title: Let Charlie Do It
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: January 11, 1972
Type: Movie
The kitchen sink is clogged, and Bessie insists that Charlie call a plumber to fix it. However, Charlie refuses to...
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A Fish Story
Title: A Fish Story
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: January 11, 1972
Type: Movie
Charlie's doctor claims that Charlie is nervous, and suggests that he gets a pet fish to calm him down.
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Title: The Jackson 5ive
Character: Berry Gordy
Released: September 11, 1971
Type: TV
The Jackson 5ive was a Saturday morning cartoon series produced by Rankin/Bass and Motown Productions on ABC from September 11, 1971 until 14 October 1972; a fictionalized portrayal of the careers of Motown recording group The Jackson 5. The series was rebroadcast in syndication through Worldvision Enterprises during the 1984–1985 Saturday morning season, during a period when Michael Jackson was riding a major wave of popularity as a solo artist. The series was animated mainly in London at the studios of Halas and Batchelor, and some animation done at Estudios Moro, Barcelona, Spain. The director was Spanish-American Robert Balser.
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Charlie the Rainmaker
Title: Charlie the Rainmaker
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: June 18, 1971
Type: Movie
While Charlie was watering his lawn, Bessie tells him she ordered a sprinkler. Not wanting to spend money on installing, Charlie decides to install it himself....
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The Bungling Builder
Title: The Bungling Builder
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: June 18, 1971
Type: Movie
Bessie wants to hire a builder to make a sewing room, but Charlie and Junior decide to build it themselves.
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Moochin' Pooch
Title: Moochin' Pooch
Character: Charlie Beary (voice)
Released: June 18, 1971
Type: Movie
Charlie agrees to babysit his boss's dog while he's out of town.
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The Abominable Dr. Phibes
Title: The Abominable Dr. Phibes
Character: Singer of 'The Darktown Strutters' Ball' (voice)
Released: May 18, 1971
Type: Movie
Famous organist Anton Phibes is horribly disfigured in an automobile accident while rushing to the side of his sick wife and presumed to be dead. Once Phibes learns that his wife died on the operating table, he is convinced the doctors are responsible and begins exacting his revenge on all those involved.
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Here Comes Peter Cottontail
Title: Here Comes Peter Cottontail
Character: (voice)
Released: April 4, 1971
Type: Movie
Peter Cottontail wants to be the #1 chief Easter Bunny, and everyone in April Valley agrees...except for Evil Irontail. Peter must deliver more eggs than this archrival to earn the top spot...and save Easter for children everywhere!
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The Point
Title: The Point
Character: Oblio's Father / Pointed Man's Right Head / King / Leaf Man / Villagers (voice)
Released: February 2, 1971
Type: Movie
Years ago, there was a place called The Land of Point, because everything in The Land of Point had one: the barns, the houses, the cars, everything, even the people. Everyone in The Land of Point had a point at the top of its head. Everyone, that is, except Oblio, who was born round-headed. Since he had no point, Oblio, along with his trusty dog, Arrow, was banished to the Pointless Forest. Join them to see what wonders await these two intrepid travelers as they make their way on their amazing, song-filled journey of discovery!
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Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
Title: Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
Character: Mayor Burgermeister Meisterburger / Grimsby / Ben Haramed (voice)
Released: December 14, 1970
Type: Movie
A postman, S.D. Kluger, decides to answer some of the most common questions about Santa Claus, and tells us about a small baby named Kris who is raised by a family of elf toymakers named Kringle. When Kris grew up, he wanted to deliver toys to the children of Sombertown. But its Mayor is too mean to let that happen. And to make things worse, the Winter Warlock who lives between the Kringles and Sombertown, but Kris manages to melt the Warlock's heart and deliver his toys.
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Beneath the Planet of the Apes
Title: Beneath the Planet of the Apes
Character: Ending Voiceover (uncredited) (voice)
Released: April 23, 1970
Type: Movie
The sole survivor of an interplanetary rescue mission discovers a planet ruled by apes, and an underground city run by telepathic humans.
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Colossus: The Forbin Project
Title: Colossus: The Forbin Project
Character: Colossus (voice) (uncredited)
Released: April 8, 1970
Type: Movie
Forbin is the designer of an incredibly sophisticated computer that will run all of America's nuclear defenses. Shortly after being turned on, it detects the existence of Guardian, the Soviet counterpart, previously unknown to US Planners. Both computers insist that they be linked, and after taking safeguards to preserve confidential material, each side agrees to allow it. As soon as the link is established the two become a new Super computer and threaten the world with the immediate launch of nuclear weapons if they are detached. Colossus begins to give its plans for the management of the world under its guidance. Forbin and the other scientists form a technological resistance to Colossus which must operate underground.
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The Mad, Mad, Mad Comedians
Title: The Mad, Mad, Mad Comedians
Character: W.C. Fields / Chico Marx / Zeppo Marx / Announcer (voice)
Released: April 7, 1970
Type: Movie
The Mad, Mad, Mad Comedians is a 1970 American animated television special produced by Rankin/Bass Productions. After the Christmas special Frosty the Snowman (1969), it was Rankin/Bass' second hand-drawn animated work to be outsourced to Osamu Tezuka's Mushi Production in Tokyo, Japan. The show aired on ABC on April 7, 1970 before the airing of that year's Oscars. It was a tribute to early vaudeville, and featured animated reworkings of various famous comedians' acts.
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Tora! Tora! Tora!
Title: Tora! Tora! Tora!
Character: Japanese Ambassador Kichisaburo Nomura (voice) (uncredited)
Released: January 26, 1970
Type: Movie
In the summer of 1941, the United States and Japan seem on the brink of war after constant embargos and failed diplomacy come to no end. "Tora! Tora! Tora!", named after the code words use by the lead Japanese pilot to indicate they had surprised the Americans, covers the days leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor, which plunged America into the Second World War.
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Patton
Title: Patton
Character: Voice (voice) (uncredited)
Released: January 25, 1970
Type: Movie
"Patton" tells the tale of General George S. Patton, famous tank commander of World War II. The film begins with patton's career in North Africa and progresses through the invasion of Germany and the fall of the Third Reich. Side plots also speak of Patton's numerous faults such his temper and habit towards insubordination.
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Charlie's Golf Classic
Title: Charlie's Golf Classic
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: January 11, 1970
Type: Movie
In order to save money on golf lessons, Charlie Beary tries to teach his wife Bessie how to play the game.
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Charlie in Hot Water
Title: Charlie in Hot Water
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: January 11, 1970
Type: Movie
Not wanting to pay the professional, Charlie decides to fix the hot water tank himself. However, he ended up making the tank worse.
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It's Tough to Be a Bird
Title: It's Tough to Be a Bird
Character: Life Erikson
Released: December 10, 1969
Type: Movie
Part cartoon and part documentary, this film offers a humorous look at birds and the ways people perceive them.
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Frosty the Snowman
Title: Frosty the Snowman
Character: Santa Claus / Traffic Cop / Additional Voices (voice)
Released: December 7, 1969
Type: Movie
A discarded silk top-hat becomes the focus of a struggle between a washed-up stage magician and a group of schoolchildren, after it magically brings a snowman to life. Realizing that newly-living Frosty will melt in spring unless he takes refuge in a colder climate, Frosty and Karen, a young girl who he befriends, stow away on a freight train headed for the north pole. Little do they know that the magician is following them, and he wants his hat back!
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Cool It, Charlie
Title: Cool It, Charlie
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: June 19, 1969
Type: Movie
When the temperature reaches 110 degrees, Bessie decides to buy an air conditioner. After being threatened with a rolling pin, Charlie agrees, but decides to install it himself to save money. A series of mishaps ensues and by the end of the cartoon, half the house is ruined.
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Charlie's Campout
Title: Charlie's Campout
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: June 19, 1969
Type: Movie
Charlie buys a camping trailer from a friend and he and Junior surprise Bessie with it. Charlie gets into many mishaps during the ensuing camping trip, and as a result, gets whacked on the on the head with a skillet by Bessie several times.
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Title: The Dudley Do-Right Show
Released: April 27, 1969
Type: TV
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Gopher Broke
Title: Gopher Broke
Character: Charlie Beary (voice)
Released: January 1, 1969
Type: Movie
In this animated short, Charlie Beary tries to chase a gopher from his yard.
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The Little Drummer Boy
Title: The Little Drummer Boy
Character: Aaron's Father (voice) / Magi (voice) / Ali (voice)
Released: December 19, 1968
Type: Movie
A young orphaned drummer boy is kidnapped. After he escapes he searches for his camel and finds him in the Nativity of the Baby Jesus. He gives Baby Jesus the only gift he has a song on his drum. This song is the only gift Baby Jesus responds to.
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The Mouse on the Mayflower
Title: The Mouse on the Mayflower
Character: (voice)
Released: November 23, 1968
Type: Movie
The famous ship called Mayflower is trapped amidst a huge storm. The entire story is narrated by a church-mouse called Willum, from his viewpoint. The tale begins with the pilgrim preachers deciding to move to America and getting aboard the Mayflower. However, because of the huge storm, the ship gets on the verge of sinking. Then, Willum, the pilgrim mouse, comes up with an idea to save the ship. When the pilgrims land safely, they write the Mayflower Compact and start constructing their new church and colony. However, it is already the autumn season and they do not have much food stored for the winter. The pilgrims then learn to plant crops during the spring season and celebrate a big feast toward the onset of the autumn season or fall. This is their first Thanksgiving celebration.
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Pacifically Peeking
Title: Pacifically Peeking
Character: Moby Duck
Released: October 6, 1968
Type: Movie
Moby Duck leads a study of life on several South Pacific islands, including Pitcairn, Fiji, and Hawaii.
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Title: The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Released: September 15, 1968
Type: TV
The New Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is an American children's television series that originally aired on NBC from September 15, 1968 through February 23, 1969. Produced by Hanna-Barbera and based on the classic Mark Twain characters, the program starred its three live-action heroes, Huck Finn, Becky Thatcher, and Tom Sawyer, navigating weekly adventures within an animated world as they attempted to outrun a vengeful "Injun Joe". After the show's original run, the series continued to air in reruns as part of The Banana Splits and Friends Show syndication package.
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Title: Arabian Knights
Character: Bakaar (voice)
Released: September 7, 1968
Type: TV
Arabian Knights is an animated segment of The Banana Splits Adventure Hour, created by Hanna-Barbera Productions. The series is based on Arabian Nights, a classic work of Middle Eastern literature.
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Jerky Turkey
Title: Jerky Turkey
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: June 19, 1968
Type: Movie
At a matinee show, Junior wins a prize, a pet turkey. But he isn't sure his parents will like it when he returns home. Much to his surprise, Charlie does to want to keep the turkey...exclaiming, "We'll have him for Sunday dinner!" Junior is not eager to have his new pet devoured and protects him from Charlie at all costs. He even tries to disguise the fowl as his friend, Redneck Rudy, a protest singer. Finally, Charlie captures the turkey and beats it senseless. Feeling bad, he revives it and they make up. He decides to have hot dogs for Sunday dinner instead.
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Wild in the Streets
Title: Wild in the Streets
Character: Narrator (voice)
Released: May 29, 1968
Type: Movie
Striking a zeitgeist nerve, Wild in the Streets stars Christopher Jones (Ryan's Daughter) as Max Frost, rock singer and poster boy for the counterculture revolution of the '60s. While performing with his band, The Troopers, at a political rally for Senate candidate Johnny Fergus (Hal Holbrook, Into the Wild), Max seizes the opportunity to spout his own political philosophies which include, among other things, that the voting age should be lowered to 14. And thus begins the tale of Max's meteoric rise. But as he moves further and further into uncharted waters, first as a voice for the youth movement (or is he just a mouthpiece for opportunist politicians?) and then as a nominee for President of the United States, Max will not bend to the will of the old guard. Instead he begins implementing his own ideas of what would make a better world, including re-education camps for those over the age of 35 along with a liberal dosing of LSD.
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Bugged in a Rug
Title: Bugged in a Rug
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: January 11, 1968
Type: Movie
Charlie trips on a hole in his carpet and decides the family needs a new one. He buys one but decides to install it himself (rather than hiring a professional). Things do not go smoothly. He gets in hot water with a policeman on the way home and breaks a window with the carpet upon returning.
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The Magic Pear Tree
Title: The Magic Pear Tree
Character: Jean Navarro
Released: January 1, 1968
Type: Movie
The famous lover Jean Navarro arrives at the castle of a marquis. This is a vulgar bon vivant who has been married to the young Chantelle for a short time. At lunch the Marquis falls asleep and Chantelle goes into the garden with Jean, shows him the roses, the stables and the summer house and shortly afterwards confesses her love to him. Jean asks her to do three things as proof of her affection: the tail feathers of her husband's favorite bird, the marquis's whiskers and one of his teeth.
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The Bear That Wasn't
Title: The Bear That Wasn't
Character: Narrator
Released: December 31, 1967
Type: Movie
A bear settles down for his long winter nap, and while he sleeps the progress of man continues. He wakes up to find himself in the middle of an industrial complex where nobody believes he's a bear.
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Cricket on the Hearth
Title: Cricket on the Hearth
Character: Messenger / Uriah / Captain / Toy Elephant (voice)
Released: December 18, 1967
Type: Movie
A delightful, animated musical version of Charles Dickens' classic tale. A Cricket on the Hearth, tells the story of a poor toymaker and his daughter whom a helpful Cricket named Crocket befriends on Christmas morning. When tragedy strikes the family, it's Crocket who comes to the rescue and restores peace and happiness.
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Title: Super President
Character: James Norcross (voice)
Released: September 16, 1967
Type: TV
Super President was an American animated cartoon that aired Saturday mornings on NBC from September 16, 1967 to December 28, 1968. The series was produced by the DePatie-Freleng animation company.
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Title: Fantastic Four
Character: The Thing (voice)
Released: September 9, 1967
Type: TV
The first animated series based on Marvel's comic book series Fantastic Four.
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Title: DC Super Heroes: The Filmation Adventures
Character: Kairo
Released: September 9, 1967
Type: TV
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Title: Super Chicken
Character: Fred
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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The St. Valentine's Day Massacre
Title: The St. Valentine's Day Massacre
Character: Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Released: June 30, 1967
Type: Movie
Chicago February 14th 1929. Al Capone finally establishes himself as the city's boss of organised crime. In a north-side garage his hoods, dressed as policemen, surprise and mow down with machine-guns the key members of Bugs Moran's rival gang. The film traces the history of the incident, and the lives affected and in some cases ended by it.
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Le Escape Goat
Title: Le Escape Goat
Character: Commissioner (voice)
Released: June 29, 1967
Type: Movie
Suspended for incompetence, the Inspector tries to protect the Commissioner from a vengeful criminal, but keeps getting implicated instead.
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Bomb Voyage
Title: Bomb Voyage
Character: Commissioner (voice)
Released: May 22, 1967
Type: Movie
Reports of flying saucers over Paris have the Surete scrambling to keep order. The Commissioner is himself abducted by aliens and taken to their planet. Inspector Clouseau and Sergeant Deux-Deux follow in a monkey-piloted rocket and find the Commissioner in a specimen jar. They release him and are chased around and around the tiny planet by one of the aliens.
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Le Quiet Squad
Title: Le Quiet Squad
Character: Commissioner / Doctor (voice)
Released: May 17, 1967
Type: Movie
A crime wave in Paris results in the hot-tempered Surete Commissioner becoming so stressed-out that he requires bed rest at home. Inspector Clouseau is assigned to see that the Commissioner is not disturbed. But it's Bastille Day, and between the day's ceremonies and a pesky cat- and Clouseau's violent and failed attempts to silence the feline- the Commissioner receives little peace!
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Sacré Bleu Cross
Title: Sacré Bleu Cross
Character: Hassan the Assassin (voice)
Released: February 1, 1967
Type: Movie
When they go after Hassan the Assassin, Deux-Deux gives the Inspector an unlucky rabbit's foot.
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Mouse in the House
Title: Mouse in the House
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: January 11, 1967
Type: Movie
Bessie is doing the dishes when a mouse makes his presence known in the kitchen. She calls for an exterminator.
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Title: Mr. Terrific
Character: Narrator
Released: January 9, 1967
Type: TV
Mister Terrific is an American TV sitcom that aired on CBS Television from January 9, to May 8, 1967. It starred Stephen Strimpell in the title role, and lasted 17 episodes. The show was similar to NBC's Captain Nice, which followed Mister Terrific on Monday nights during its run. Riding the tide of the camp superhero craze of the 1960s, the show's premise involved gas station attendant Stanley Beamish, a mild-mannered scrawny youth who secretly worked to fight crime for a government organization, The Bureau of Secret Projects, in Washington. All he needed to do was take a "power pill" which gave him the strength of a thousand men and enabled him to fly, much like Superman, albeit by furious flapping while wearing the top half of a wingsuit. Unfortunately, he was the only person on whom the pills worked. It was established that, although the pill would give him great strength, he was still vulnerable to bullets. Furthermore, each power pill had a time limit of one hour, although he generally had two 10-minute booster pills available per episode. Much of the show's humor revolved around Stanley losing his superpowers before he completed his given assignment.
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Title: George of the Jungle
Character: Alistair
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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Window Pains
Title: Window Pains
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: January 1, 1967
Type: Movie
Charlie decides not to pay a professional to wash his windows, convinced he can do things just fine by himself...
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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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Grand Prix
Title: Grand Prix
Character: Izo Yamura (voice)
Released: December 21, 1966
Type: Movie
The story tells about the confrontation of four first-class racers of Formula 1. Each of the competitors had their own additional motivation to become a champion. Their world is a risk and extreme, fast driving on the highway. The taste of adrenaline is what race lovers live. Outside of competition, they all experience personal dramas and upheavals, and the more important the desired title becomes for them.
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Unsafe and Seine
Title: Unsafe and Seine
Character: Commissioner / Pub Waiter / Patrons (voice)
Released: November 9, 1966
Type: Movie
The Inspector and Deux-Deux go on an undercover search for an agent across the world.
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That's No Lady, That's Notre Dame
Title: That's No Lady, That's Notre Dame
Character: Commissioner (voice)
Released: October 26, 1966
Type: Movie
Trying to catch a purse snatcher, the Inspector sets up a sting operation by disguising himself as a woman and soon falls afoul of the Commissioner's jealous wife.
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Title: Frankenstein, Jr. and The Impossibles
Released: September 10, 1966
Type: TV
Boy genius Buzz Conroy’s powerful robot, Frankenstein Jr. cranks into action along with a group of crime fighting superheroes disguised as a beatnik rock group, The Impossibles, making hot-rockin’ musical justice!
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The Pique Poquette of Paris
Title: The Pique Poquette of Paris
Character: Spider Pierre (voice)
Released: August 25, 1966
Type: Movie
The Inspector goes after Spider Pierre an expert pickpocket.
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The Man Called Flintstone
Title: The Man Called Flintstone
Character: Rock Slag / Green Goose / Triple X (voice)
Released: August 3, 1966
Type: Movie
In this feature-length film based on the "Flintstones" TV show, secret agent Rock Slag is injured during a chase in Bedrock. Slag's chief decides to replace the injured Slag with Fred Flintstone, who just happens to look like him. The trip takes Fred to Paris and Rome, which is good for Wilma, Barney, and Betty, but can Fred foil the mysterious Green Goose's evil plan for a destructive missile without letting his wife and friends in on his secret?
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Ape Suzette
Title: Ape Suzette
Character: Cockney Sailor (voice)
Released: June 24, 1966
Type: Movie
Inspector Clouseau and Sergeant Deux-Deux's investigation into a stolen cargo of bananas takes them to a run-down waterfront apartment building, where they follow a trail of banana peels to the abode of a diminutive Cockney sailor and his impish ape. Clouseau doesn't see the ape, and when he is repeatedly punched through the floor by the ape, Clouseau thinks the stocky sailor has been the one hitting him. When he sees Deux-Deux easily subdue the sailor, Clouseau believes that Deux-Deux is a muscular power-house and declares the Sergeant his hero.
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Cock-A-Doodle Deux Deux
Title: Cock-A-Doodle Deux Deux
Character: Commissioner (voice)
Released: June 15, 1966
Type: Movie
Inspector Clouseau and Sergeant Deux-Deux investigate the theft of French dowager Madame Pouletbon's diamond, the Plymouth Rock, and discover that the Madame's servants, all of them chickens, stole the jewel and hid it in a bundle of eggs, some of which contain moving images of can can girls.
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Plastered In Paris
Title: Plastered In Paris
Character: Commissioner (voice)
Released: April 4, 1966
Type: Movie
The Surete Commissioner orders Inspector Clouseau and Sergeant Deux-Deux to track a mysterious and elusive Monsieur X. Using a submarine, an army tank, and mountaineering equipment, they chase Monsieur X all the way to Africa, where they encounter him in the Sahara Desert and at Mount Kilimanjaro. After a series of painful mishaps, they concede defeat in the strenuous and perilous chase and return to Surete headquarters, where Monsieur X is revealed to be the Surete's new physical training instructor!
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Cirrhosis of the Louvre
Title: Cirrhosis of the Louvre
Character: Commissioner (voice)
Released: March 9, 1966
Type: Movie
The Inspector and Sergeant Deux-Deux ineffectually try to stop the Blotch from robbing the Louvre.
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Reaux, Reaux, Reaux Your Boat
Title: Reaux, Reaux, Reaux Your Boat
Character: Captain Clamity / Crab Louie (voice)
Released: February 1, 1966
Type: Movie
Clouseau receives a tip that the elusive smuggler, Captain Clamity, who looks like a clam with eyes, arms, and legs, is laying anchor off the French coast. Clouseau and Sergeant Deux-Deux make a number of unsuccessful attempts to board Clamity's ship, with Clouseau going down to the sea bottom every time
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Foot Brawl
Title: Foot Brawl
Character: Charlie Beary / Junior Beary (voice)
Released: January 1, 1966
Type: Movie
A nostalgic Charlie is searching through his college trunk when he comes across an old photo of his football team which catches Junior's interest. Charlie passes himself off as the team's star but Bessie insists he was only good at being their "water boy". Charlie, determined to prove Bessie wrong, attempts to show Junior a thing or two about the game. But Bessie was right; Charlie isn't the most experienced athlete. He dresses as a tackling dummy which leads to disaster. He also gets the football caught in his mouth several times. Finally, he attempts to kick a field goal but the football has been set up a little too close to a water spigot and Charlie kicks the latter instead!
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Title: The Inspector
Character: The Commissioner
Released: December 21, 1965
Type: TV
Although the titular character was never given a name, it was clearly based on Peter Sellers' Inspector Clouseau character that appeared in the Pink Panther film series. However unlike the bumbling Inspector Clouseau, the Inspector of the cartoon series was generally a competent policeman, and the comedy of the cartoon came from the sometimes surreal situations the Inspector was exposed to, rather than to physical slapstick. However through those difficult circumstances, criminals often get the better of him and he must face the wrath of his ill tempered, bullying Commissioner who holds him in contempt.
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The Great De Gaulle Stone Operation
Title: The Great De Gaulle Stone Operation
Character: Weft / Wight / Wong (voice)
Released: December 21, 1965
Type: Movie
The Great De Gaulle Stone Operation is the first short in the Inspector series. The Inspector tries to protect a valuable diamond from a three headed jewel thief.
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Title: The Secret Squirrel Show
Character: Double Q (voice)
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.
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Title: Squiddly Diddly
Character: Squiddly Diddly
Released: October 2, 1965
Type: TV
Squiddly Diddly is an anthropomorphic animated octopus created by Hanna-Barbera, who was featured in his own cartoon segment on The Atom Ant/Secret Squirrel Show beginning in 1965.
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Title: The Beatles
Released: September 25, 1965
Type: TV
The Beatles is an American animated television series featuring the fanciful and musical misadventures of the popular English rock band of the same name. It ran from 1965 to 1969 on ABC in the US. The series debuted on September 25, 1965 and ended on September 7, 1969. A total of 39 episodes were produced. The series was shown on Saturday mornings at 10:30 AM EST until the 1967 third season when it was moved to 12:00 PM EST. For the fourth season, which consisted of reruns, the series was shown at 9:30 AM EST on Sunday mornings. Each episode has a name of a Beatles song, so the story is based on its lyrics and it is also played at some time in the episode. The original series was rebroadcast in syndication by MTV in 1986 and 1987 and on the Disney Channel. The series was a historical milestone as the first weekly television series to feature animated versions of real, living people.
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Goofy's Freeway Troubles
Title: Goofy's Freeway Troubles
Character: Narrator (voice)
Released: September 21, 1965
Type: Movie
After a brief review of the problems described in Freewayphobia #1 (1965), we see a new range of problems. These include: abrupt breakdowns due to poor maintenance; unsecured loads; running out of gas. We learn how to handle breakdowns properly. We also learn about situations that can affect the driver, like fatigue, alcohol, turnpike trance, and the weather.
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Pink Panzer
Title: Pink Panzer
Character: Neighbor / Devil (voice)
Released: September 15, 1965
Type: Movie
The next-door neighbor neglects to return the Pink Panther's lawn mower, resulting in a feud that escalates into all-out war.
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Davey Cricket
Title: Davey Cricket
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: June 1, 1965
Type: Movie
Charlie Beary tries to relax but is unaware of a cricket loose in the house. He hears a squeak coming from Bessie's vacuum cleaner.
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Pinkfinger
Title: Pinkfinger
Character: Narrator (voice)
Released: May 13, 1965
Type: Movie
An English voice talks to the Pink Panther, who is reading a book about secret agents, and suggests to the panther that he become an agent. Intrigued at this idea, the Pink Panther dons a trench coat, hat, and pipe and walks nonchalantly on city streets, looking for enemy spies. He comes upon a gang of foreign agents scheming to detonate a series of black-ball bombs, and when they realize he is following them, they shoot him with guns, lure him into a crocodile trap, and, under cover of darkness aboard a train, replace his cigarette with a bomb.
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Once a Thief
Title: Once a Thief
Character: Voice of Luke (Uncredited)
Released: April 24, 1965
Type: Movie
Ex-convict Eddie and his wife, Kristine, attempt to build a new life for themselves and their daughter Kathy in San Francisco, but police officer Mike Vido is determined to send Eddie back to prison.
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Sink Pink
Title: Sink Pink
Character: Hunter / Native Bearer (voice)
Released: April 11, 1965
Type: Movie
An eccentric man has built an ark and has filled it with specimens of all animals except one - a pink panther. To complete his zoological collection, the man sets out, rifle in hand, to hunt the Pink Panther, who leads the man on a futile chase through a jungle.
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Freewayphobia
Title: Freewayphobia
Character: Narrator (voice)
Released: February 13, 1965
Type: Movie
Goofy demonstrates how not to drive on the freeway: first, the overly timid driver, then the overly aggressive driver, and finally the inattentive driver, shaving or eating. Some of the advice is a bit dated: following distances are still in car lengths instead of time, and of course cell phones aren't mentioned directly.
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Guest Who?
Title: Guest Who?
Character: Charlie Beary (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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Roof-Top Razzle Dazzle
Title: Roof-Top Razzle Dazzle
Character: Charlie Beary (voice)
Released: September 28, 1964
Type: Movie
Charlie has a present for his family... a brand new TV set. However, once he turns it on, he gets nothing but "zig-zag lines"...
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Title: The Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo
Released: September 19, 1964
Type: TV
The Famous Adventures of Mr. Magoo is an animated television series, produced by United Productions of America, which aired for one season. The television series was based on the original cartoon of the same name, with Jim Backus reprising the voice over of the role he did on TV: while doing this show, he continued with the prime time show Gilligan's Island. Unlike the theatrical cartoons, which focused on the extremely nearsighted Quincy Magoo's bumbling, the show featured the Magoo character as an actor in adaptations of such literary classics as Don Quixote and Gunga Din. Each of these roles was played seriously, with few if any references to Magoo's nearsightedness; however, introductory segments in each program featured Magoo backstage stumbling into scenery and talking to props, thus connecting the older cartoons to this series. Some stories were contained in a single half-hour episode, but others ran to two and even four episodes. As UPA did not have its own studio facility the production was farmed out to the Grantray-Lawrence and Format Films studios. Among the most ambitious adaptations mounted in this format were the four-part Robin Hood, in which he took the role of Friar Tuck; Treasure Island, in which he played the villainous Long John Silver; and a version of Snow White in which he portrayed all seven dwarves.
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Rendezvous in Space
Title: Rendezvous in Space
Character: Mr. Space / Astronaut (voice)
Released: September 10, 1964
Type: Movie
This documentary, the final film directed by Frank Capra, explores America's plans for the future of space exploration. It was produced by the Martin-Marietta Corporation for exhibition in the Hall of Science at the 1964 New York World's Fair.
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Mary Poppins
Title: Mary Poppins
Character: Barnyard Horse (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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Robin and the 7 Hoods
Title: Robin and the 7 Hoods
Character: Radio Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Released: June 24, 1964
Type: Movie
In prohibition-era Chicago, the corrupt sheriff and Guy Gisborne, a south-side racketeer, knock off the boss Big Jim. Everyone falls in line behind Guy except Robbo, who controls the north side. Although he's out-gunned, Robbo wants to keep his own territory. A pool-playing dude from Indiana and the director of a boys' orphanage join forces with Robbo; and, when he gives some money to the orphanage, he becomes the toast of the town as a hood like Robin Hood. Meanwhile, Guy schemes to get rid of Robbo, and Big Jim's heretofore unknown daughter Marian appears and goes from man to man trying to find an ally in her quest to run the whole show. Can Robbo hold things together?
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Hey There, It's Yogi Bear
Title: Hey There, It's Yogi Bear
Character: Ainmal Traininer
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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Rah Rah Ruckus
Title: Rah Rah Ruckus
Character: Charlie Beary/Junior Beary (voice)
Released: May 4, 1964
Type: Movie
An exhausted Charlie returns from work hoping to get some rest. However, Bessie informs him that their children.
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Everybody Loves It
Title: Everybody Loves It
Character: Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Released: April 9, 1964
Type: Movie
A janitor finds a four-leaf clover and dreams of his good luck turning him into a television star. Somehow, this translates to "naked women all over the place."
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Everybody Loves It
Title: Everybody Loves It
Character: Narrator
Released: April 9, 1964
Type: Movie
A janitor finds a four-leaf clover and dreams of his good luck turning him into a television star. Somehow, this translates to "naked women all over the place."
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The Carpetbaggers
Title: The Carpetbaggers
Character: Narrator (voice)
Released: April 8, 1964
Type: Movie
When playboy Jonas inherits his father's industrial empire, he expands it by acquiring an aircraft factory and movie studio. His rise to power is ruthless. He marries and then quickly abandons sweet, bubbly Monica, turns his young, attractive stepmother Rina into a self-destructive actress and manages to disappoint even his closest friend, cowboy movie star Nevada. Is Jonas beyond redemption?
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The Incredible Mr. Limpet
Title: The Incredible Mr. Limpet
Character: Crusty (voice)
Released: March 28, 1964
Type: Movie
Milquetoast Henry Limpet experiences his fondest wish and is transformed into a fish. As a talking fish he assists the US Navy in hunting German submarines during World War II.
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The Goose Is Wild
Title: The Goose Is Wild
Character: Charlie Beary (voice)
Released: November 12, 1963
Type: Movie
Charlie Beary, furiously plowing through a mountain of bills, vows that he's going to cut expenses.
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Fly With Von Drake
Title: Fly With Von Drake
Character: Ludwig Von Drake (voice)
Released: October 13, 1963
Type: Movie
Ludwig Von Drake covers the history of aviation through live action and animated clips.
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Goose in the Rough
Title: Goose in the Rough
Character: Charlie Beary (voice)
Released: July 29, 1963
Type: Movie
It's spring! All the birds are nesting- that is, all but Goose Beary. She just sits, gazing longingly out the window at happy birds. A car horn and loud voice brings Charlie Beary to the window. It seems that Charlie and his friend Pete have a golf date. Charlie leaves his hatful of golf balls on a chair as he gets his clubs. Goose finds them and happily sits on them, mistaking them for goose eggs.
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Charlie's Mother-in-Law
Title: Charlie's Mother-in-Law
Character: Charlie Beary (voice)
Released: April 15, 1963
Type: Movie
In this one, Charlie is trying to go on a fishing trip but Bessie's mom is coming along to bark orders at him.
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Title: Fractured Flickers
Released: January 1, 1963
Type: TV
Fractured Flickers is a live-action syndicated half-hour television comedy show that was produced by Jay Ward, who is otherwise known for animated cartoons. The pilot film was produced in 1961, but the series wasn't completed until 1963. Twenty-six episodes were produced; they were syndicated by Desilu Productions and played for several years on local stations.
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The Secret Weapon
Title: The Secret Weapon
Character: Voices
Released: January 1, 1963
Type: Movie
This short begins with King-Size in conference with his financial minister when a coded message arrives warning of an planned invasion by cats from the Planet Feline (pronounced Fa Lean). A call for Space Mouse is dispatched, He appears in the conference room instantly. The king orders him to go to Feline, disguised as a cat, and destroy their rocket ship. Space Mouse chooses a Siamese cat disguise.. Before he leaves, though, King-Size hands him a pill telling him to swallow it if he gets into inescapable trouble. When Space Mouse wants to know what the pill will do, King Size claims all he knows is that all secret agents take along some kind of pill for emergencies.
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A Symposium on Popular Songs
Title: A Symposium on Popular Songs
Character: Ludwig Von Drake
Released: December 19, 1962
Type: Movie
Professor Ludwig von Drake plays a variety of popular music, all of which he wrote. First, ragtime: the Rutabaga Rag, with vegetables dancing in stop-motion. Next, the Charleston, with cut-out animation of a singer and dancers. Dixieland and more cut-out animation; the crooner/love ballad; 50's doo-wop; and finally, rockabilly.
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Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol
Title: Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol
Character: Stage Director / Charity Man / Fezziwig / Eyepatch Man / Tall Tophat Man (voice)
Released: December 18, 1962
Type: Movie
An animated, magical, musical version of Dickens' timeless classic "A Christmas Carol." The nearsighted Mr. Magoo doesn't have a ghost of a chance as Ebenezer Scrooge, unless he learns the true meaning of Christmas from the three spirits who haunt him one Christmas Eve.
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Taras Bulba
Title: Taras Bulba
Character: Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Released: November 21, 1962
Type: Movie
Ukraine, 16th century. While the Poles dominate the Cossack steppes, Andrei, son of Taras Bulba, a Cossack leader, must choose between his love for his family and his folk and his passion for a Polish woman.
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Mouse Blanche
Title: Mouse Blanche
Character: Ignatz Mouse / Officer Pupp
Released: November 1, 1962
Type: Movie
Ignatz find out that true friends can't be bought.
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Corny Concerto
Title: Corny Concerto
Character: Doc (voice)
Released: October 29, 1962
Type: Movie
Doc, while watching Champ work out with the punching bag, accidentally drops a hammer on Champ's toe, causing him to howl and hop about in a crazy beatnik dance, holding his foot. A beatnik coffee house owner is impressed and signs them up to entertain at his swinging club. Doc stages concerts for the talented but pain-ridden pooch. Doc, at the piano, rehearses Champ with great success, making several teenage cats swoon. Opening night at "The Hungry Me" pad is also a great success- their act creating enthuasiastic finger-snapping by the beatniks. The two become famous as Champ does a great beat presentation after Doc's piano intro and after being hit on the foot!
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Gay Purr-ee
Title: Gay Purr-ee
Character: Meowrice (voice)
Released: October 24, 1962
Type: Movie
Mouser Jaone Tom and housecat Mewsette are living in the French country side, but Mewsette wants to experience the refinement and excitement of the Paris living. But upon arrival she falls into the clutches of Meowrice. Jaune Tom and his friend Robespierre set off to Paris to find her.
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Take Me To Your Gen'rul
Title: Take Me To Your Gen'rul
Released: October 19, 1962
Type: Movie
Snuffy is drafted. But he's the wrong Smith. He goes through fire and brimstone to reach the commanding general to explain the mistake. Mistaking Snuffy for a draft dodger, two MPs arrest Snuffy and take him to a military base at the North Pole for basic training. As usual, Snuffy and his horse Sparkplug create havoc.
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The Manchurian Candidate
Title: The Manchurian Candidate
Character: Narrator (voice)
Released: October 1, 1962
Type: Movie
Near the end of the Korean War, a platoon of U.S. soldiers is captured by communists and brainwashed. Following the war, the platoon is returned home, and Sergeant Raymond Shaw is lauded as a hero by the rest of his platoon. However, the platoon commander, Captain Bennett Marco, finds himself plagued by strange nightmares and soon races to uncover a terrible plot.
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Title: Hoppity Hooper
Released: September 12, 1962
Type: TV
Hoppity Hooper is a American animated television series produced by Jay Ward, and sponsored by General Mills, originally broadcast on ABC on September 12, 1962 and premiered in full on January 1. The series was produced in Hollywood by Jay Ward and Bill Scott, with animation done in Mexico City by Gamma Productions.
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Punchy Pooch
Title: Punchy Pooch
Character: Doc (voice)
Released: September 4, 1962
Type: Movie
At the carnival, Champ is persuaded to enter a boxing attraction with "The Australian Bounder", a fighting kangaroo. The winner receives $500.00 if he can stay 4 rounds with the animal. Doc and Champ are pleased to accept but the kangaroo and its manager don't exactly fight fair. To help Champ win, Doc comes up with a variety of schemes such as convincing the kangaroo that Champ is a mother with child, then that Champ has the measles, and, in the final round, by putting Champ on a unicycle so he can outrun his foe.
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The Hat
Title: The Hat
Released: July 1, 1962
Type: Movie
Snuffy, Barney and Louise are stranded in the big city with no money for a mule and a wagon until a pair of gangsters offer to buy them one if they will just deliver a note and a satchel to the nearby bank. Desperately in need of funds to return to Hootin' Holler, Snuffy gets a job helping out the men by standing guard outside of a building... not realizing that he's becoming an unwitting pawn to a pair of bank robbers. The chase is on. The only clue to the robbery is a photograph of Snuffy's hat
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Mother's Little Helper
Title: Mother's Little Helper
Character: Charlie Beary (voice)
Released: June 11, 1962
Type: Movie
Bessie Beary complains she is tired of always having to do the housework. Charlie offers to take care of things while she goes to the beauty parlor. Bessie, with good reason, does not trust Charlie and advises Goose to keep an eye out. Sure enough, Charlie does his chores as sloppily as possible leaving Goose to head over to the beauty parlor to tattle to Bessie who berates Charlie over the phone. Charlie soon discovers what a snitch Goose is and tries to "close that big beak".
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The World's Greatest Sinner
Title: The World's Greatest Sinner
Character: Narrator
Released: June 1, 1962
Type: Movie
A bored insurance salesman quits his job to go into politics. He first starts preaching about how man is greater than he thinks and that man can live forever. He ends up forming his own political party, "The Eternal Man" party. He begins to be referred to as "God". Then he starts having doubts about the eternalness of man.
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The Magic Sword
Title: The Magic Sword
Character: Sir Ulrich of Germany (voice)
Released: April 1, 1962
Type: Movie
The son of a sorceress, armed with weapons, armour and six magically summoned knights, goes on a quest to save a princess from a vengeful wizard.
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Title: The Beary Family
Character: Charlie / Junior Beary
Released: April 1, 1962
Type: TV
The Beary Family (also known as The Beary's Family Album) is an American animated series and funny animal theatrical cartoon series made by Walter Lantz Studios. Twenty eight shorts were made from 1962 to 1972, when the studio closed.
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Fowled-Up Birthday
Title: Fowled-Up Birthday
Character: Charlie Beary (voice)
Released: March 26, 1962
Type: Movie
The first in a series of "Beary Family" cartoons, Walter Lantz's last original cartoon series. Bessie Beary, wife of Charlie Beary, introduces us to the family which also includes son, Junior, daughter, Suzy, and pet, Goose, which, as Bessie explains, does not get along with Charlie. The story which unfolds explains why. It was Suzy's birthday and Charlie went to get a goose for her birthday supper. Unfortunately, Suzy thought the goose was intended as a pet and untied it leaving Charlie at its mercy. Goose settles into the family unit although Charlie declares, "Someday I'm gonna cook that goose!"
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Pest Of The Show
Title: Pest Of The Show
Character: Doc (voice)
Released: February 13, 1962
Type: Movie
Doc, the freeloading cat, is painting a portrait of a ballet dancer using as a model homely, punch-drunk bulldog Champ, wearing an abbreviated skirt. Two alley cats, looking over a fence, see Champ in his attire and begin razzing him. Champ does a slow turn and starts after the cats and, in no time, the studio is a shambles. Doc sees an announcement of a dog show, the winner of which receives a $50,000 prize and a banquet. Desperately in need of money, Doc gets the idea of entering Champ in the upcoming show and begins grooming him. Doc gives Champ a bath, lessons in proper speech, walking with books balanced on head, and the proper attire.
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Doc's Last Stand
Title: Doc's Last Stand
Character: Doc / Indians / Narrator (voice)
Released: December 19, 1961
Type: Movie
Doc and Champ run a travelling store, a wagon of goods which they pull into an Indian reservation, "Scalpum Village".
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Kids Is Kids
Title: Kids Is Kids
Character: Ludwig Von Drake (voice)
Released: December 10, 1961
Type: Movie
Prof. Ludwig Von Drake shares his knowledge on the subject of child psychology. He is particularly studying Donald Duck (whom Von Drake refers to as "Mr. X" to protect his identity) and offers advice on how to handle Huey, Dewey and Louie.
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Tin Can Concert
Title: Tin Can Concert
Character: Doc (voice)
Released: October 30, 1961
Type: Movie
Doc, a feline with musical talents, conducts an all-alley-cat symphony orchestra in a rendition of Giacomo Rossini's Cinderella overture. He enters the rehearsal hall and, with a touch of spring, is projected to the top of a grandfather clock that is the podium from which he directs the orchestra. A mouse is peacefully sleeping on his matchbox bed inside the clock, underneath the swinging pendulum. As Doc is directing the orchestra, he leans over and playfully lowers the pendulum so that the mouse is caught and swings with its motion. The band plays on. The mouse, now angry, endeavors to out-scream the band, but he's muffled by Doc.
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Title: Calvin and the Colonel
Released: October 3, 1961
Type: TV
Calvin and the Colonel is an animated cartoon television series in 1961 about Colonel Montgomery J. Klaxon, a shrewd fox and Calvin T. Burnside, a dumb bear. Their lawyer was Oliver Wendell Clutch, who was a weasel. The colonel lived with his wife Maggie Belle and her sister Sue, who did not trust the colonel at all. Colonel Klaxon was in the real estate business, but always tried get-rich-quick schemes with Calvin's unwitting help. The series was an animated remake of Amos 'n' Andy [or, more or less, "Andy and The Kingfish"] and featured the voices of Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll from the radio series. Using animals avoided the touchy racial issues which had led to the downfall of Amos 'n' Andy. Because of low ratings, the show was cancelled after two months, but returned two months later to complete the first season contract. For a year afterward reruns were seen on Saturday mornings, and eventually syndicated through the 1960s. It was also adapted as a comic book by Dell Comics, and as such the first of two issues was the final installment in the company's extremely prolific Four Color anthology series.
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Title: Top Cat
Released: September 27, 1961
Type: TV
Top Cat is a Hanna-Barbera prime time animated television series which ran from November 26, 1961 to April 18, 1962 for a run of 30 episodes on the ABC network. Reruns are played on Cartoon Network's classic animation network Boomerang.
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Title: The Wonderful World of Disney
Released: September 24, 1961
Type: TV
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Tricky Trout
Title: Tricky Trout
Character: Wally Walrus (voice)
Released: September 4, 1961
Type: Movie
Wally Walrus is the keeper of a fish hatchery in which trout are incubated and raised.
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Atlantis: The Lost Continent
Title: Atlantis: The Lost Continent
Character: Narrator / Multiple Voices
Released: May 3, 1961
Type: Movie
A Greek Fisherman brings an Atlantean Princess back to her homeland which is the mythical city of Atlantis. He is enslaved for his trouble. The King is being manipulated by an evil sorcerer who is bent on using a natural resource of Atlantis to take over the world. The Atlanteans, or rather the slaves of Atlantis, are forced to mine a crystalline material which absorbs the suns rays. These crystals can then be used for warmth. The misuse of science has created weapons out of the crystals that can fire a heat ray to destroy whatever it touches.
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Clash and Carry
Title: Clash and Carry
Character: Wally Walrus (voice)
Released: April 25, 1961
Type: Movie
Chilly Willy the Penguin steals fish from a fish market.
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The Absent-Minded Professor
Title: The Absent-Minded Professor
Character: Loudspeaker Voice / Air Force Dispatcher (voice)
Released: March 16, 1961
Type: Movie
Bumbling professor Ned Brainard accidentally invents flying rubber, or "Flubber", an incredible material that gains energy every time it strikes a hard surface. It allows for the invention of shoes that can allow jumps of amazing heights and enables a modified Model-T to fly. Unfortunately, no one is interested in the material except for Alonzo Hawk, a corrupt businessman who wants to steal the material for himself.
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Where the Boys Are
Title: Where the Boys Are
Character: Narrator (uncredited)
Released: December 28, 1960
Type: Movie
Good girls Merritt, Melanie, Tuggle and Angie - all students at mid-western Penmore University - are planning on going to Fort Lauderdale, Florida for spring break to get away from the mid-western snow despite not having much money to spend once there. On the drive down, they admit their real purpose is to go where the boys are.
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Fowled Up Falcon
Title: Fowled Up Falcon
Character: (voice)
Released: December 19, 1960
Type: Movie
The history of falconry is turned upside-down when Woody is the prey of a falcon bent on destroying him. Falcons make great hunters.
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Title: The Mr. Magoo Show
Released: November 7, 1960
Type: TV
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Title: The Flintstones
Released: September 30, 1960
Type: TV
The misadventures of two modern-day Stone Age families, the Flintstones and the Rubbles.
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Tormented
Title: Tormented
Character: Frank Hubbard (uncredited) (voice)
Released: September 22, 1960
Type: Movie
A jazz pianist is haunted by his dead ex-lover's crawling hand and floating head.
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The Adventures of Sam Space
Title: The Adventures of Sam Space
Character: Voice
Released: September 9, 1960
Type: Movie
Two boys, Chuck and Sam find a time capsule in a cave and take it to Professor Seateck. The professor finds that the capsule contains a message that had been sent to the planet Meeca whose inhabitants helped Earth in its defense against attacks by the Space Islands in 1960. Sam, Chuck, and the Professor travel to Meeca with the Meecan robot Robo. They are attacked by the Space Islands en route but arrive safely to meet with the friendly Meecans.
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Bats in the Belfry
Title: Bats in the Belfry
Character: (voice)
Released: July 13, 1960
Type: Movie
Woody Woodpecker bothers a wealthy man who has been diagnosed as alergic to noise.
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Freeloading Feline
Title: Freeloading Feline
Character: (voices)
Released: June 14, 1960
Type: Movie
In a big city penthouse atop a skyscraper, a big society party is in progress.
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The Time Machine
Title: The Time Machine
Character: Talking Rings (voice) (uncredited)
Released: May 25, 1960
Type: Movie
A Victorian Englishman travels to the far future and finds that humanity has divided into two hostile species.
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Pollyanna
Title: Pollyanna
Character: Barker (Voice) (Uncredited)
Released: May 19, 1960
Type: Movie
A young girl comes to an embittered town and confronts its attitude with her determination to see the best in life.
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Tale of a Wolf
Title: Tale of a Wolf
Character: Barnyard Dog (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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Goliath II
Title: Goliath II
Character: The Mouse
Released: January 21, 1960
Type: Movie
Goliath II is a 6-inch-tall elephant (son of the huge Goliath). He's a big disappointment to his father, but mom is proud of Goliath II anyway. Goliath II is constantly getting into trouble because he's so small. In particular, the tiger Raja looks for every opportunity to try a bite-size taste of elephant. After one incident where he ran away and his mother scolded him, he runs away. After he's rescued, the rest of the elephants are terrified of a mouse, but Goliath II stands his ground.
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Ballyhooey
Title: Ballyhooey
Character: (voice)
Released: January 1, 1960
Type: Movie
Woody tries to watch his favorite TV quiz show, "Win the Whole Wide World" despite the fact it is constantly interrupted by commercials for the stupidest products.
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Mouse Trapped
Title: Mouse Trapped
Character: Doc (voice)
Released: December 8, 1959
Type: Movie
Hickory and Dickory, the two mice, overhear a news report that all black cats will be exterminated because it is Friday the 13th. Doc, who is a black cat, is being hounded by the police. They try to "help" him but their attempts cause more harm than good (they tell him to hide in Cecil the bulldog's doghouse and inside a running dishwasher). When he discovers he's being given the "run-around", he tries to get his revenge on them (and on Cecil the bulldog) but all his attempts fail miserably.
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Operation Petticoat
Title: Operation Petticoat
Character: Colonel in Jeep on Cebu (voice) (uncredited)
Released: December 5, 1959
Type: Movie
A World War II submarine commander finds himself stuck with a damaged sub, a con-man executive officer, and a group of army nurses.
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Title: The Bullwinkle Show
Character: Boris Badenov (voice)
Released: November 19, 1959
Type: TV
A variety show, with the main feature being the serialized adventures of the two title characters, the anthropomorphic moose Bullwinkle and flying squirrel Rocky. The main adversaries in most of their adventures are the Russian-like spies Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale. Supporting segments include Dudley Do-Right, Peabody's Improbable History, and Fractured Fairy Tales, among others.
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Title: Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends
Character: Boris Badenov (voice)
Released: November 19, 1959
Type: TV
Our heroes, Bullwinkle and Rocky (Moose and Squirrel) battle Boris Badenov and Natasha, with side trips to visit Dudley Do-Right, Sherman and Peabody, and Fractured Fairy Tales, and more. This metadata matches the 2000s-era DVD releases.
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Noah's Ark
Title: Noah's Ark
Character: Noah / God
Released: November 10, 1959
Type: Movie
The Biblical story of Noah's ark full of animals gets the Disney treatment in this animated short.
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Space Mouse
Title: Space Mouse
Character: Doc (voice)
Released: September 7, 1959
Type: Movie
Doc the cat tries to catch Hickory and Dickory, to sell to NASA as laboratory mice.
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Attack of the Jungle Women
Title: Attack of the Jungle Women
Character: Narrator
Released: September 1, 1959
Type: Movie
This is a film comprised primarily from footage shot by the exploring team of Mr. and Mrs. William Phillips, nee Bill and Eve Phillips, a minor league version of the better-known Martin and Osa Johnson. It, between tons of shots of bare-breasted Choco and Cuna Indian women, has a flimsy plot about a party of engineers "seeking" a continental highway route from South America through Central America to the United States.
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Donald in Mathmagic Land
Title: Donald in Mathmagic Land
Character: The True Spirit of Adventure / Narrator
Released: June 26, 1959
Type: Movie
Disney used animation here to explain through this wonderful adventure of Donald how mathmatics can be usuful in our real life. Through this journey Donald shows us how mathmatics are not just numbers and charts, but magical living things.
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Gigantis the Fire Monster
Title: Gigantis the Fire Monster
Character: Doctor Kyohei Yamane, Commander of Osaka's SDF Terasawa, President of Fishery Koehi Yamaji (voices)
Released: May 21, 1959
Type: Movie
The altered American release of Godzilla Raids Again. Originally meant to be known as the The Volcano Monsters, the film was eventually released as "Gigantis."
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Some Like It Hot
Title: Some Like It Hot
Character: Funeral Director / Speakeasy Waiter (voice) (uncredited)
Released: March 19, 1959
Type: Movie
Two musicians witness a mob hit and struggle to find a way out of the city before they are found by the gangsters. Their only opportunity is to join an all-girl band as they leave on a tour. To make their getaway they must first disguise themselves as women, then keep their identities secret and deal with the problems this brings - such as an attractive bandmate and a very determined suitor.
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Witty Kitty
Title: Witty Kitty
Character: Doc / Cat (voice)
Released: January 5, 1959
Type: Movie
Two alley cats craving food decide to pull "the old raffle game". They enlist Doc to enter their raffle drawing (one) name out of a fish bowl. Being the only contestant, he naturally wins and is told his prize is a roast turkey and is given the whereabouts of the prize. Unfortunately, the turkey is in a refrigerator guarded by watchdog Cecil. Doc invents a number of ways to get past Cecil (sawing a hole around the fridge from the basement, feeding Cecil knockout drops, trying to catapult the fridge out of the kitchen), finally putting roller skates on Cecil enabling him to make off with the turkey. But he hasn't quite won yet...
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Space Master X-7
Title: Space Master X-7
Character: Dr. Charles T. Pommer
Released: June 1, 1958
Type: Movie
Rust from Outer Space threatens to destroy the Earth.
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Beginning of the End
Title: Beginning of the End
Character: Helicopter Pilot (voice)
Released: June 28, 1957
Type: Movie
An attractive reporter investigating the mysterious destruction of an Illinois town stumbles upon a secret government laboratory conducting radiation experiments on vegetables. The lead scientist is eager to help find out what happened. Together they discover that giant grasshoppers are behind the devastation. Worse yet, thousands of them are headed toward Chicago! Can they be stopped... or is this the BEGINNING OF THE END?
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The 27th Day
Title: The 27th Day
Character: Radio Newscaster Ward Mason
Released: January 7, 1957
Type: Movie
Five individuals from five nations, including the USA, USSR, and China, suddenly find themselves on an alien saucer, where an alien gives each a container holding three capsules. The alien explains that no power on earth can open a given container except a mental command from the person to whom it is given, then anyone may take a capsule and, by speaking a latitude and longitude at it, cause instant death to all within a given radius: thus each of the five has been provided with the power of life and death. Then, they are given 27 days to decide whether to use the capsules, and returned to the places from which each one came...
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Blue Cat Blues
Title: Blue Cat Blues
Character: Voices
Released: November 6, 1956
Type: Movie
Jerry narrates in voiceover: Tom has fallen hard for the cat next door, and competes with rich cat Butch for her affections. But Butch outspends Tom to a ludicrous level at every turn. Tom goes downhill after that, until we see him contemplating suicide.
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Down Beat Bear
Title: Down Beat Bear
Character: 1st 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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Title: The Adventures of Jim Bowie
Released: September 7, 1956
Type: TV
The Adventures of Jim Bowie is an American Western television series that aired on ABC from 1956 to 1958.
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Francis in the Haunted House
Title: Francis in the Haunted House
Character: Francis the Talking Mule (voice) (uncredited)
Released: August 1, 1956
Type: Movie
A Ha-Ha-Haunted House Has Got 'Em! ...and it's every ghost for himself!
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Earth vs. the Flying Saucers
Title: Earth vs. the Flying Saucers
Character: Alien (voice)
Released: July 4, 1956
Type: Movie
Test space rockets exploding at liftoff and increased reporting of UFO sightings culminate in a direct attempt by alien survivors of a dead, extra-galactic civilization to invade Earth from impervious flying saucers, using ray-weapons of mass destruction.
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The Harder They Fall
Title: The Harder They Fall
Character: Priest
Released: May 9, 1956
Type: Movie
Jobless sportswriter Eddie Willis is hired by corrupt fight promoter Nick Benko to promote his current protégé, an unknown Argentinian boxer named Toro Moreno. Although Moreno is a hulking giant, his chances for success are hampered by a powder-puff punch and a glass jaw. Exploiting Willis' reputation for integrity and standing in the boxing community, Benko arranges a series of fixed fights that propel the unsophisticated Moreno to #1 contender for the championship. The reigning champ, the sadistic Buddy Brannen, harbors resentment at the publicity Toro has been receiving and vows to viciously punish him in the ring. Eddie must now decide whether or not to tell the naive Toro the truth.
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Godzilla, King of the Monsters!
Title: Godzilla, King of the Monsters!
Character: Unidentified Character (voice) (uncredited)
Released: April 27, 1956
Type: Movie
During an assignment, foreign correspondent Steve Martin spends a layover in Tokyo and is caught amid the rampage of an unstoppable prehistoric monster the Japanese call 'Godzilla'. The only hope for both Japan and the world lies on a secret weapon, which may prove more destructive than the monster itself.
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Cellbound
Title: Cellbound
Character: The Prisoner / George the Warden / The Little Wife (voice) (uncredited)
Released: November 25, 1955
Type: Movie
Spike has just finished the 20 year process of digging a tunnel from his prison cell but he picks the wrong place to hide.
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Title: The Millionaire
Character: John Beresford Tipton
Released: January 19, 1955
Type: TV
An anthology series that explored the ways sudden and unexpected wealth changed life for better or for worse. It told the stories of people who were given one million dollars from a benefactor who insisted they never know him, with one exception.
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Title: Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color
Character: Narrator (voice)
Released: October 27, 1954
Type: TV
Walt Disney Productions has produced an anthology television series under several different titles since 1954. The original version of the series premiered on ABC, Wednesday night, October 27, 1954. The same basic show has since appeared on several networks, with its latest revival debuting in 2012 on Disney Junior. The show is the second longest showing prime-time program on American television, behind its rival, Hallmark Hall of Fame. However, Hallmark Hall of Fame was a weekly program only during its first five seasons, while Disney remained a weekly program for more than forty years.
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Social Lion
Title: Social Lion
Character: Various Voices
Released: October 14, 1954
Type: Movie
The lion is trapped by the safari and brought to New York, where he's accidentally set free, but nobody is intimidated by him.
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Title: Studio 57
Released: September 21, 1954
Type: TV
Studio 57 is an American anthology series that was broadcast on the now-defunct DuMont Television Network from September 1954 to September 1955, and in syndication from 1955 to 1956.
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The Farm of Tomorrow
Title: The Farm of Tomorrow
Character: Narrator (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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Suddenly
Title: Suddenly
Character: Benny Conklin
Released: September 17, 1954
Type: Movie
The tranquility of a small town is marred only by sheriff Tod Shaw's unsuccessful courtship of widow Ellen Benson, a pacifist who can't abide guns and those who use them. But violence descends on Ellen's household willy-nilly when the U.S. President passes through town... and slightly psycho hired assassin John Baron finds the Benson home ideal for an ambush.
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Title: The Whistler
Released: July 13, 1954
Type: TV
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Homesteader Droopy
Title: Homesteader Droopy
Character: narrator
Released: July 10, 1954
Type: Movie
Droopy and family head west to start a new homestead, but have to defend it against Dishonest Dan the cattle man.
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Casey Bats Again
Title: Casey Bats Again
Character: Narrator (voice)
Released: June 18, 1954
Type: Movie
Casey is upset about having struck out his last chance at bat but his wife suggests they have a son to follow in their dad's footsteps. Eventually, a child is born but, to Casey's dismay, it's a girl, not a boy. His wife suggests they try again several more times but each time, it's still another girl. Casey is depressed but his pals tell him that in spite of everything, they still make a powerful baseball team. Casey likes the idea and accepts. However, the day of the big game, he is nervous that one of them will strike out and attempts to make the last home run himself disguised as one of his own daughters.
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Riot in Cell Block 11
Title: Riot in Cell Block 11
Character: Guard Monroe
Released: February 18, 1954
Type: Movie
A prisoner leads his counterparts in a protest for better living conditions which turns violent and ugly.
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Life with Tom
Title: Life with Tom
Released: November 21, 1953
Type: Movie
Mail call. Nothing for Tom, but at Jerry's box, Tom finds a package; inside is a book, "Life with Tom" by Jerry Mouse. As Tom flips to chapters and hears, first a radio audience, then a group of alley cats, then Spike and Tyke, all laughing over the book, we see the clips from earlier shows that everyone is laughing at. Tom gets more and more irate about being the butt of everyone's jokes, and confronts Jerry, clobbering him with the book, when Jerry shows Tom the rest of his mail. The royalty checks have come in, and Jerry has split his $50,000 royalty with Tom. Suddenly, with $25,000 in his pocket, Tom is able to find the book funny.
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Half-Pint Palomino
Title: Half-Pint Palomino
Character: Barney Bear (voice) (uncredited)
Released: September 26, 1953
Type: Movie
Barney Bear sets out to capture the world's smallest horse.
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Title: City Detective
Released: September 7, 1953
Type: TV
Crime drama starring Rod Cameron as 43-year-old Bart Grant, a tough 1950s New York City police lieutenant.
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The War of the Worlds
Title: The War of the Worlds
Character: Second Radio Reporter / Opening Announcer
Released: August 13, 1953
Type: Movie
The residents of a small town are excited when a flaming meteor lands in the hills, until they discover it is the first of many transport devices from Mars bringing an army of invaders invincible to any man-made weapon, even the atomic bomb.
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Wee-Willie Wildcat
Title: Wee-Willie Wildcat
Character: Barney Bear / William Wildcat (voice) (uncredited)
Released: June 20, 1953
Type: Movie
Barney, outraged by his neighbor William Wildcat spanking his son, borrows the lad to try applying child psychology. But the boy's grasp of psychology (and explosives) is much better than Barney's.
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T.V. of Tomorrow
Title: T.V. of Tomorrow
Character: Narrator (voice)
Released: June 6, 1953
Type: Movie
A variety of fanciful innovations in "future" T.V. sets, including a model with a built-in stove, and a number of highly interactive models. And of course, even with dozens of channels, there's nothing on...or more accurately, there's nothing but the same Western.
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Heir Bear
Title: Heir Bear
Character: Barney Bear / Gopher / Tax Collector (voice)
Released: May 29, 1953
Type: Movie
Barney inherited a map to treasure buried in his backyard, but his digging doesn't square with the plans of the gopher sleeping on the treasure.
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Cobs and Robbers
Title: Cobs and Robbers
Character: Barney Bear / Joe Scarecrow / Crows (voice) (uncredited)
Released: March 14, 1953
Type: Movie
In this Barney Bear animated short, Barney is plagued by crows.
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Title: General Electric Theater
Released: February 1, 1953
Type: TV
General Electric Theater is an American anthology series hosted by Ronald Reagan that was broadcast on CBS radio and television. The series was sponsored by General Electric's Department of Public Relations.
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Barney's Hungry Cousin
Title: Barney's Hungry Cousin
Character: Barney Bear (voice) (uncredited)
Released: January 31, 1953
Type: Movie
Barney Bear heads to a national park for a vacation while another bear, native to the park, notices Barney's picnic lunch and makes various attempts to steal the food.
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The Missing Mouse
Title: The Missing Mouse
Character: Radio Announcer (voice)
Released: January 10, 1953
Type: Movie
Jerry is raiding the fridge while, nearby, a watchful Tom chases Jerry causing him to crash into a wall which, in turn, causes a bottle of white shoe polish to pour on Jerry. It is at this time when Tom hears on the radio that a dangerous white mouse, having swallowed an explosive formula, has escaped from a lab and that the slightest jar will cause an explosion and destroy a city. Tom then notices the now white Jerry and does whatever he can to stop Jerry from doing dangerous things to himself.
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Busybody Bear
Title: Busybody Bear
Character: Barney Bear / Buck Beaver (voice) (uncredited)
Released: December 20, 1952
Type: Movie
Barney gets involved in Good Neighbor Week by helping out the local beaver - help the beaver could do without.
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The Star
Title: The Star
Character: Richard Stanley
Released: December 11, 1952
Type: Movie
A washed-up movie queen finds romance, but continues to desire a comeback.
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Cruise Cat
Title: Cruise Cat
Character: Ship's Captain
Released: October 18, 1952
Type: Movie
Tom is the official cat on the cruise ship S.S. Aloha, but he'll be kicked off if the captain finds even one mouse. That one, of course, is Jerry, who sneaks on board just before sailing, and who is pursued relentlessly by Tom until they both run into the ship's theatre showing "Texas Tom" (1950), which they pause to watch part of. It all ends with Tom being locked up because the captain finds Jerry in his breakfast, while Jerry enjoys the waves of Hawaii.
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Assignment: Paris
Title: Assignment: Paris
Character: Radio Budapest Announcer (uncredited)
Released: September 4, 1952
Type: Movie
Paris-based New York Herald Tribune reporter Jimmy Race (Andrews) is sent by his boss (Sanders) behind the Iron Curtain in Budapest to investigate a meeting involving the Hungarian ambassador.
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Smitten Kitten
Title: Smitten Kitten
Character: Jerry's Devil Conscience
Released: April 12, 1952
Type: Movie
Tom's in love again, and Jerry's devil conscience reminds him of times this has happened in the past (which, of course, we see, in the form of clips from earlier shorts), and how that's been nothing but trouble for Jerry.
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Magical Maestro
Title: Magical Maestro
Character: Additional Voices
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: Doc Tweedle
Released: January 1, 1952
Type: Movie
Prof. Lightskull and Doc Twiddle are trying to locate the whereabouts of a magician
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Title: Dangerous Assignment
Released: January 1, 1952
Type: TV
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Title: Dragnet
Released: December 16, 1951
Type: TV
Follows the cases of a dedicated Los Angeles police detective, Sergeant Joe Friday, and his partners. The show takes its name from the police term "dragnet", meaning a system of coordinated measures for apprehending criminals or suspects.
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Title: Schlitz Playhouse of Stars
Released: October 5, 1951
Type: TV
Schlitz Playhouse of Stars is an anthology series that was telecast from 1951 until 1959 on CBS. Offering both comedies and drama, the series was sponsored by the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Company. The title was shortened to Schlitz Playhouse, beginning with the fall 1957 season.
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When Worlds Collide
Title: When Worlds Collide
Character: Narrator/U.S. President (voice)
Released: September 14, 1951
Type: Movie
When a group of astronomers calculate a star is on a course to slam into Earth, a few days before, it's accompanying planet will first pass close enough to the Earth to cause havoc on land and sea. They set about building a rocket so a few selected individuals can escape to the planet.
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His Kind of Woman
Title: His Kind of Woman
Character: Corie
Released: August 15, 1951
Type: Movie
In a desperate attempt to get out of debt, career gambler Dan Milner agrees to rendezvous with a mysterious contact at a distant Mexican resort in exchange for $50,000. Upon arriving, Milner meets his fellow guests, including a plastic surgeon, a philandering movie star and his beautiful girlfriend. Soon Milner discovers that the man who hired him may be the ruthless gangster Nick Ferraro -- a deported crime boss looking to re-enter the USA.
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His Mouse Friday
Title: His Mouse Friday
Character: Jerry / Cannibals
Released: July 7, 1951
Type: Movie
Jerry is far from Tom's servant here. Tom, shipwrecked, washes up on a tropical island. His first attempts at food - a coconut and a turtle - are much too hard. But he spots Jerry just before Jerry sees him, and soon has him in the frying pan. Jerry escapes to a cannibal village; when he sees Tom's frightened reaction, he has his plan. Using soot from a pot, he blackens himself, then threatens Tom and starts cooking him. But Jerry's plan - and tail, and un-blackened bottom - is exposed when his grass skirt comes off during his war dance. Jerry helicopters away using the bone in his hair, and leading Tom right into the real cannibals. But Jerry's triumph is short-lived, as a pygmy cannibal comes after him.
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A Place in the Sun
Title: A Place in the Sun
Character: Reverend Morrison
Released: June 12, 1951
Type: Movie
An ambitious young man wins an heiress's heart but has to cope with his former girlfriend's pregnancy.
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Sleepy-Time Tom
Title: Sleepy-Time Tom
Character: Light-Brown Cat (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's Cousin
Title: Jerry's Cousin
Character: Cousin Muscles (voice)
Released: April 7, 1951
Type: Movie
When Tom's harassment gets out of hand, Jerry writes to his Cousin Muscles, a tough inner city mouse, and asks for his help.
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The Thing From Another World
Title: The Thing From Another World
Character: Prof. Voorhees
Released: April 5, 1951
Type: Movie
Scientists and US Air Force officials fend off a blood-thirsty alien organism while investigating at a remote arctic outpost.
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Hunt the Man Down
Title: Hunt the Man Down
Character: Packard 'Packy' Collins (uncredited)
Released: December 26, 1950
Type: Movie
A lawyer uncovers secrets behind a 12-year-old murder case.
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Title: Lux Video Theatre
Released: October 2, 1950
Type: TV
Lux Video Theatre is an American anthology series that was produced from 1950 until 1959. The series presented both comedy and drama in original teleplays, as well as abridged adaptations of films and plays.
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Jerry and the Lion
Title: Jerry and the Lion
Character: Radio Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Released: April 8, 1950
Type: Movie
Jerry agrees to help an escaped circus lion, whose first need is food. But first they'll have to evade Tom, who heard the news bulletin and is armed with a shotgun.
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Title: Suspense
Released: January 6, 1949
Type: TV
Suspense is an American television anthology series that ran on CBS Television from 1949 to 1954. It was adapted from the radio program of the same name which ran from 1942 to 1962. Like many early television programs, the show was broadcast live from New York City. It was sponsored by the Auto-Lite corporation, and each episode was introduced by host Rex Marshall, who promoted Auto-Lite spark plugs, car batteries, headlights, and other car parts. Some of the early scripts were adapted from Suspense radio scripts, while others were original for television. Like the radio program, many scripts were adaptations of literary classics by well-known authors. Classic authors such as Edgar Allan Poe, Agatha Christie, and Charles Dickens all had stories adapted for the series, while contemporary authors such as Roald Dahl and Gore Vidal also contributed. Many notable actors appeared on the program, including Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Franchot Tone, Robert Emhardt, Leslie Nielsen, Lloyd Bridges, and many more. The program was a live television series, but most episodes were recorded on kinescope. However, only about 90 of the 260 episodes survive today.
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Mickey and the Beanstalk
Title: Mickey and the Beanstalk
Character: Ludwig Von Drake (voice) (uncredited)
Released: September 27, 1947
Type: Movie
A mysterious thief has stolen the prosperous Happy Valley's most prized possession: the musical Singing Harp. Can Mickey, Donald, and Goofy find the answer in the irritable Willie the Giant's magnificent castle up in the blue sky?
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Crazy With The Heat
Title: Crazy With The Heat
Character: Oasis Soda Fountain Proprietor
Released: August 1, 1947
Type: Movie
Donald and Goofy are driving across the desert, apparently the Sahara. The car breaks down (out of gas), and they start walking. Before long, they are out of water, and are seeing mirages of soda fountains and icebergs. Fortunately, they find a camel.
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Uncle Tom's Cabaña
Title: Uncle Tom's Cabaña
Character: Uncle Tom (voice) (uncredited)
Released: July 19, 1947
Type: Movie
Uncle Tom tells the blood curdling story of how the evil Simon Legree tried to foreclose on Tom's simple log cabin. (Uncle Tom's Cabaña is a 1947 American animated short film directed by Tex Avery. The short is a parody of Uncle Tom's Cabin, and is Avery's second parody of the novel, the first being Uncle Tom's Bungalow in 1937 while at Warner Bros. Cartoons)
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The Hick Chick
Title: The Hick Chick
Character: Bull (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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Wild and Woolfy
Title: Wild and Woolfy
Character: Joe Wolf / Bar Patrons (voice) (uncredited)
Released: November 3, 1945
Type: Movie
Droopy chases the wolf, a dangerous outlaw, after he kidnaps Lou, a sexy female singer, from the saloon.
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A Hollywood Detour
Title: A Hollywood Detour
Character: Narrator (uncredited)
Released: January 23, 1942
Type: Movie
This cartoon, featuring a running-gag throughout of a John Barrymore caricature being mobbed by fan for an autograph, is a burlesqued tour of Hollywood. The narrator conducts a tourist tour all around the town of Hollywood Boulvevard, Malibu Beach, Santa Anita Race Track, the Brown Derby, and Grauman's Chinese theatre.