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The Dogfather was a series of 17 cartoons produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and released between 1974 and 1976. It is the final theatrical cartoon series made by DePatie-Freleng. The Dogfather was a parody of The Godfather , but with canines as part of the Italian organized crime syndicate. It consists of the Dogfather (voiced by Bob Holt) and his henchmen Pug (also Bob Holt) and Louie (voiced by Daws Butler). The opening credits featured the Dogfather, speaking to the lyrics of a song...
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Roland and Rattfink is a series of animated shorts produced and released from 1967 to 1972. The main characters also made several guest appearances on The Pink Panther animated series. The series was produced by David H. DePatie and Friz Freleng. The cartoons concerned blond, good-looking, pacifist Roland and the many attempts by the evil, mustachioed Rattfink to ruin his good time. Roland and Rattfink were both voiced by Lennie Weinrib (except in "The Deadwood Thunderball" where they...
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Crazylegs Crane was a dimwitted bird whose troubles stemmed from his own self-inflicted blundering. His lack of common sense was a perpetual source of shame and mortification to his son Crane Jr. The two made their home in a swamp, where Crazylegs spent a good deal of time pursuing a potential meal known as Dragonfly - a fire breathing dragonfly fond of singing and rhyming. Although Crazylegs and Dragonfly were natural adversaries, on occasion they teamed up as friends. Crazylegs Crane began as...
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The Blue Racer is a series of 17 theaterical cartoons produced from 1972 to 1974 created by Friz Freleng and David H. DePatie. The character's first cartoon, Snake in the Gracias from The Tijuana Toads was released theatrically on January 24, 1971. The cartoons are directed by Art Davis, Gerry Chiniquy, Sid Marcus, Robert McKimson, David Deneen, Bob Baiser, Cullen Houghtaling and produced by David H. DePatie and Friz Freleng. The majority of the cartoons were animated at the DePatie-Freleng...
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Hoot Kloot was a series of 17 theatrical cartoon shorts produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises from 1973 to 1974. Sheriff Hoot Kloot is a diminutive, short-tempered lawman who tries to maintain order in a remote western town. He is aided by his loyal horse Fester whom Kloot refers to simply as "Horse." Fester remains Kloot's honest and faithful friend, often giving the Sheriff the benefit of his homespun wisdom while battling various outlaws including Crazywolf, a looney...
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The series was about two toads, Toro and Pancho, who live in the Mexican city of Tijuana. Throughout the cartoon story they try to eat their prey, but always get outsmarted. They would sometimes themselves be targeted by a bird, Crazylegs Crane , and would in turn always outsmart him. The series introduced two characters who later got their own series. The Blue Racer first appeared in "Snake in the Gracias" before getting his own series in 1972. Crazylegs Crane also spun off to his...
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In 1964, the feature length, live-action film " The Pink Panther " was released. The film's opening credits were animated with a cartoon version of the film's main character, Inspector Clouseau, who chased after the elusive Pink Panther. In the movie the name was given to a rar diamon, but DePatie-Freleng (the designers of the title sequence) showed a literal representation of the Pink Panther as a large, pink cat. Audiences fell in love with Pink's cool sense of style and Henry...
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In The Ant and the Aardvark, a hungry Aardvark was consistently foiled in his attempts to make a meal of an Ant. It is hard to imagine how he stayed so plump, considering he expended more calories chasing the six-legged snack than he would ever gained from eating it. As if trying to outwit his tiny foe was not bad enough, the Aardvark at times had to contend with larger and more ferocious creatures who, for various reasons, sided with the ant. It was never revealed whether the Aardvark faced...
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