<head> <title>TOTALLY TOONED IN - 1</title> <style TYPE="text/css"> <!-- A:LINK, A:VISITED {color : #AD0000;text-decoration : none; } .smallcaps {font: small-caps; font-stretch: wider; font-weight: bold;} --> </STYLE> <meta http-equiv="Keywords" name="Keywords" content="Jerry Beck, Cartoon Research"> </head> <body bgcolor="#FFE7C6" LINK="#D60000" VLINK="#D60000" ALINK="#D60000" STYLE="FONT-FAMILY: georgia; TEXT-DECORATION: none"> <center><img src="toonbanner.jpg" ALT="totally tooned in" HEIGHT="181" width="673" HSPACE=1></center> <p> <center><b>TOTALLY TOONED IN</b><br>A Columbia Tri-Star International Television Production<br> Executive Producer: Rob Word<br> Produced by Phil May & Joseph Shields<br> Co-ordinating Producer: Jerry Beck</center><p> In 1999, Columbia Tri-Star International Television (now known as Sony Pictures Television International) produced a 65 episode TV series called TOTALLY TOONED IN.<p> <table Align=right> <tr> <td><img src="tti2.jpg" ALT="magoo" HEIGHT="118" width="160" BORDER=1 ALIGN=right></td> </tr> </table> The series was created by Executive Producer Rob Word, who had noted that Columbia's library of classic Mr. Magoo cartoons was not being fully utilized. Word contacted Jerry Beck (your humble webmaster) who helped coordinate the programming of episodes, combining Columbia's "Screen Gems" color cartoons of the 1930s and 40s with its 1950s UPA library.<br>The series was sold with Mr. Magoo as the star, but there were only 52 Mr. Magoo cartoons - thus 13 episodes contain a Magoo repeat. While Columbia owns the Mr. Magoo cartoons, it had no right to use "Mr. Magoo's" name in the show's title--so Word coined the name "TOTALLY TOONED IN" and created a three cartoon format and interstital sequences to package the series into 65 episodes.<br>Columbia's film restoration department scoured its film vaults to locate the negatives to these cartoons and restored them on film & video at the highest quality possible. Not all the Screen Gems cartoons, nor all the UPA cartoons, were used in the 65 episodes. <p>TOTALLY TOONED IN has been syndicated around the world - and finally in 2011 it appeared on U.S. broadcast television. <a TARGET="_blank" href="http://www.antennatv.tv/shows/antv-totally-tuned-in-120610,0,428948.story ">Antenna TV</a> is currently screening the show on Saturday mornings. Check <a TARGET="_blank" href="http://www.antennatv.tv/">their website</a> for local stations and program schedules.<p> The following is a complete checklist of TOTALLY TOONED IN episodes:<p> <u>Episode #1</u><br> <b> BAREFACED FLATFOOT</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: John Hubley Animation: Pat Matthews, Rudy Larriva, Frank Smith, Art Babbit, Cecil Surry. &#149 Story: Phil Eastman, Bill Scott &#149 Design: Abe Liss &#149 Color: Jules Engel &#149 Music: Del Castillo &#149 Unit Manager: Sherman Glas &#149 Production Manager: Herb Klynn &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo, obsessed with mystery novels, follows his nephew into dangerous situations.</i><p> <b>GRAPE NUTTY</b><br> Producers: Raymond Katz, Henry Binder &#149 Director: Alex Lovy &#149 Animation: Chic Otterstrom, Paul Sommer, Jay Sarbry &#149 Story: Cal Howard, Dave Monahan &#149 Music: Darrell Calker &#149<br> <i>The Fox & Crow fight destructively over a single grape.</i><p> <b>GLEE WORMS</b><br> Producer: Charles Mintz &#149 Story: Ben Harrison &#149 Animation: Manny Gould &#149 Music: Joe DeNat &#149<br> <i>Girl Glow Worm gets caught by spider, but is rescued by boyfriend.</i><p> <u>Episode #2</u><br> <b> GRIZZLEY GOLFER</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Producer: John Hubley Director: Pete Burness &#149 Story: Bill Scott, Bill Daunch &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Art Babbitt, Cecil Surry &#149 Design: Abe Liss &#149 Color: Paul Julian &#149 Music: Hoyt Curtin &#149 Voice: Jim Backus &#149<br> <i>While golfing in the Ozarks, Magoo mistakes a grizzley bear for his caddy.</i><p> <b>CAT-TASTROPHY</b><br> Producers: Raymond Katz, Henry Binder &#149 Director: Sid Marcus &#149 Animation: Ben Lloyd, Howard Swift, Roy Jenkins &#149 Story: Cal Howard, Dave Monahan &#149 Music: Darrell Calker &#149<br> <i>A cat imagines what a puppy will do to him when it grows into a dog.</i><p> <b>MOTHER GOOSE IN SWINGTIME</b><br> Director: Manny Gould &#149 Animation: Ben Harrison &#149 Music: Joe DeNat &#149 Voice: Mel Blanc<br> <i>Little girl imagines herself in a Mother Goose Land filled with Hollywood stars.</i><p> <table Align=right> <tr> <td><img src="tti6.jpg" ALT="totally tooned in logo" HEIGHT="143" width="192" BORDER=1 ALIGN=right></td> </tr> </table> <u>Episode #3</u><br> <b>FUDDY DUDDY BUDDY</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Produced & Directed by John Hubley &#149 Story: Bill Scott, Phil Eastman &#149 Animation: Art Babbitt, Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Pat Matthews &#149 Color & Design: Paul Julian &#149 Unit Manager: Sherman Glas &#149 Production Manager: Herbert Klynn &#149 Music: William Lava &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo mistakes a walrus for his tennis partner.</i><p> <b>MADELINE</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Robert Cannon Story: Ludwig Bemelmans &#149 Animation: Bill Melendez, Frank Smith &#149 Design: Art Heinman &#149 Color: Jules Engel &#149 Production Manager: Herb Klynn &#149 Music: Dave Raskin &#149 Narration: Gladys Holland <br> <i>Faithful adaptation of classic children's book. Small girl in French school gets in trouble.</i><p> <b>MERRY MANNEQUINS</b><br> Producer: Charles Mintz &#149 Director: Ub Iwerks &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather &#149 Music Director: Joe DeNat<br> <i>In the wee hours, department store merchandise come to life to attend wedding of manequins.</i><p> <u>Episode #4</u><br> <b>MEET MOTHER MAGOO</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Story: Ed Nofziger, Dick Shaw &#149 Animation: Cecil Surry, Barney Posner, Tom MacDonald, Gil Turner &#149 Design: Robert Dranko &#149 Color: Bob McIntosh &#149 Executive Production Manager: Herbert Klynn &#149 Music: Del Castillo &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo surprises his mother with a visit on a day he thinks is her birthday.</i><p> <table Align=right> <tr> <td><img src="magicfluke.jpg" ALT="magic fluke" HEIGHT="170" width="203" BORDER=1 ALIGN=right></td> </tr> </table> <b>MAGIC FLUKE</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: John Hubley &#149 Story: Sol Barzman &#149 Animation: Bob Cannon, Willis Pyle, Rudy Larriva, Pat Matthews &#149 Music: Del Castillo &#149<br> <i>The Fox's concert is ruined due to a magic wand as baton provided by the Crow.</i><p> <b>GIDDYAP</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Art Babbitt &#149 Story: Bob Russell, Phil Eastman, Bill Scott &#149 Animation: Bill Melendez, Pat Matthews, Willis Pyle, Rudy Larriva, Paul Smith &#149 Production Design: Bill Hurtz &#149 Color: Herb Klynn, Jules Engel &#149 Music: David Raskin &#149 Voice: Stan Freberg<br> <i>An ice-man's horse returns to his show-biz roots and becomes a star on television.</i><p> <u>Episode #5</u><br> <b>DESINTATION MAGOO</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Original Story: Jim Backus, Jerry Hausner &#149 Story Treatment: Tedd Pierce &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Tom McDonald &#149 Design: Sterling Sturtevant &#149 Color: Bob McIntosh &#149 Music: Lou Maury &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo accidentally takes a rocket ship voyage and crash lands at an Amusement park which he mistakes for the moon.</i><p> <table Align=right> <tr> <td><img src="frog.jpg" ALT="frog pond" HEIGHT="106" width="174" BORDER=1 ALIGN=right></td> </tr> </table> <b>CRISTOPHER CRUMPET</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Bob Cannon &#149 Story: T. Hee, Robert Cannon &#149 Color: Jules Engel &#149 Animation: Bill Melendez, Frank Smith, Tom McDonald &#149 Music: George Bruns &#149 Voices: Marvin Miller, Marian Richman<br> <i>Spoiled little boy turns himself into a chicken.</i><p> <b>THE FROG POND</b><br> Producer: Charles Mintz &#149 Director: Ub Iwerks &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather &#149 Music Supervision: Joe DeNat &#149 Voices: Billy Bletcher, Pinto Colvig<br> <i>Happy frogs are enslaved by bully frog, until they knock him out and sent him to prison.</i><p> <u>Episode #6</u><br> <b>BUNGLED BUNGALOW</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Story: Bill Scott, Phil Eastman &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Grim Natwick, Bill Melendez, Pat Matthews. &#149 Design: Abe Liss &#149 Color: Herb Klynn, Jules Engel &#149 Music: Hoyt Curtin &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo tangles with theives who steal his house.</i><p> <b>TITO'S GUITAR</b><br> Producer: Dave Fleischer &#149 Director: Bob Wickersham &#149 Story: Tony Rivers &#149 Animation: Howard Swift &#149 Music: Paul Worth<br> <i>Mexican boy and donkey woo cute senorita.</i><p> <b>MINER'S DAUGHTER</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Robert Cannon &#149 Story: Bob Russell, Phil Eastman, Bill Scott &#149 Animation: Bill Melendez, Willie Pyle, Paul Smith, Pat Matthews, Pete Burness &#149 Color: Herb Klynn, Jules Engel &#149 Design: Bill Hurtz &#149 Production Assistant: Max Morgan &#149 Ink & Paint: Mary Cain &#149 Camera: Jack Eckes &#149 Music: Gail Kubik<br> <i>Backwoods gal tries to woo handsome John Harvard.</i><p> <u>Episode #7</u><br> <b>WHEN MAGOO FLEW</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Story: Barbara Hammer, Tedd Pierce &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Tom McDonald, Cecil Surry &#149 Design: Sterling Sturtevant &#149 Color: Bob McIntosh &#149 Music: Hoyt Curtin &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo mistakes an airplane trip for a 3-D movie.</i><p> <b>TOLL BRIDGE TROUBLES</b><br> Producer: Dave Fleischer &#149 Director: Bob Wickersham &#149 Story: Leo Salkin &#149 Animation: Louis Schmidt &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather<br> <i>Fox tries to get past Crow to cross toll bridge.</i><p> <b>FAMILY CIRCUS</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Producer: John Hubley &#149 Director: Art Babbit &#149 Story: Phil Eastman, Bill Scott &#149 Animation: Art Babbit, Cecil Surry &#149 Color: Paul Julian &#149 Design: Abe Liss &#149 Music: Ernest Gold<br> <i>Father dreams his daughters drawings come-to-life.</i><p> <u>Episode #8</u><br> <b>MAGOO'S CHECK UP</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Story: Dick Shaw &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Tom McDonald &#149 Design: Sterling Sturtevant &#149 Color: Bob McIntosh &#149 Voice: Jim Backus &#149 Music: Dennis Farnon <br> <i>Magoo mistakes a TV repair shop for a Doctor's office.</i><p> <table Align=right> <tr> <td><img src="tti4.jpg" ALT="scrappy" HEIGHT="118" width="160" BORDER=1 ALIGN=right></td> </tr> </table> <b>IN MY GONDOLOA</b><br> Producer: Charles Mintz &#149 Story: Sid Marcus &#149 Animation: Art Davis &#149 Music: Joe DeNat<br> <i>Scrappy and Margie tour Venice in a gondola, while their dog has fishy troubles.</i><p> <b>KANGAROO KID</b><br> Producer: Charles Mintz &#149 Director: Ben Harrison &#149 Animation: Manny Gould &#149 Music: Joe De Nat <br> <i>Kangaroo dad wants son to be a boxer, but boy would rather play violin.</i><p> <u>Episode #9</u><br> <b>MAGOO'S EXPRESS </b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Story: Dick Shaw, Barbara Hammer &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Tom McDonald &#149 Color: Bob McIntosh &#149 Design: Sterling Sturtevant &#149 Music: Frank Comstock &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Traveling through Europe by rail, Magoo is pursued by international spies.</i><p> <b>BLUEBIRD'S BABY</b><br> Producer: Charles Mintz &#149 Story: Ben Harrison&#149 Animation: Manny Gould &#149 Music: Joe DeNat<br> <i>Bluebirds adopt Sparky and take him to "Happyland".</i><p> <b>PICKLED PUSS</b><br> Director: Howard Swift &#149 Story: Cal Howard &#149 Animation: Grant Simmons, Paul Sommer, Morey Reden &#149 Music: Darrell Calker<br> <i>After getting drunk on pickled herrings, a cat defends a mouse from other cats.</i><p> <u>Episode #10</u><br> <b>MADCAP MAGOO</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Story: Dick Shaw, Barbara Hammer &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Tom McDonald &#149 Color: Bob McIntosh &#149 Design: Robert Dranko &#149 Music: Del Castillo &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo mistakes an escaped mental patient for his old practical jokester chum.</i><p> <b>DOG, CAT AND CANARY</b><br> Director: Howard Swift &#149 Story: Grant Simmons &#149 Animation: Jim Armstrong, Volus Jones &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather<br> <i>Hard luck kitty with nothing left to lose, decides to chase canary who is guarded by large dog.</i><p> <b>MOTHER HEN'S HOLIDAY</b><br> Producer: Charles Mintz &#149 Story: Sid Marcus &#149 Animation: Art Davis &#149 Music: Joe DeNat<br> <i>Little chicks run amok until they realize it's Mother Day, then decide to do Mama's work.</i><p> <table Align=right> <tr> <td><img src="tti3.jpg" ALT="fox and crow" HEIGHT="118" width="160" BORDER=1 ALIGN=right></td> </tr> </table> <u>Episode #11</u><br> <b>DOG SNATCHER</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Producer & Director: Pete Burness &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry &#149 Story: Bill Scott, Paul Schneider &#149 Design: Abe Liss &#149 Color: Bob McIntosh, Bob Dranko &#149 Music: William Lava &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Thinking his dog was caught by a dog catcher, Magoo mistakes the circus for Dog Pound</i><p> <b>SLAY IT WITH FLOWERS</b><br> Producer: Dave Fleischer &#149 Director: Bob Wickersham &#149 Story: Leo Salkin &#149 Animation: Phil Duncan &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather<br> <i>The Crow disturbs the Fox's gardening efforts.</i><p> <b>MOUNTAIN EARS </b><br> Director: Manny Gould &#149 Animation: Ben Harrison &#149 Music: Joe DeNat<br> <i>A zany day in the life of a hillbilly family.</i><p> <u>Episode #12</u><br> <b>MAGOO'S CANINE MUTINY</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Story: Dick Shaw, Walter Newman &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Barney Posner, Osmond Evans &#149 Color: Bob McIntosh &#149 Design: Robert Dranko &#149 Music: Hoyt Curtin &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo mistakes a robber for a pet dog.</i><p> <b>SCARY CROWS</b><br> Producer: Charles Mintz &#149 Story: Sid Marcus &#149 Animation: Art Davis &#149 Music: Joe DeNat<br> <i>Sparky chases crows who want to steal his corn.</i><p> <b>THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL</b><br> Producer: Charle Mintz &#149 Story: Sid Marcus &#149 Animation: Art Davis &#149 Music: Joe DeNat<br> <i>Hans Christian Anderson sober tale of orhan girl's dream of heaven.</i><p> <u>Episode #13</u><br> <b>CALLING DR. MAGOO</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Gil Turner, Barney Posner &#149 Story: Dick Shaw &#149 Design: Robert Dranko &#149 Music: Thomas Cutkomp &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Trying to visit a sick friend, Magoo mistakes an ocean liner for the hospital.</i><p> <table Align=right> <tr> <td><img src="flora1.jpg" ALT="flora" HEIGHT="116" width="160" BORDER=1 ALIGN=right></td> </tr> </table> <b>PICNIC PANIC</b><br> Director: Bob Wickersham &#149 Story: Bob Wickersham &#149 Animation: Chick Otterstrom, Paul Sommer &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather<br> <i>Tito and Rosita trade Burrito for a used car and go on a picnic near a volcano.</i><p> <b>FLORA</b><br> Producers: Raymond Katz, Henry Binder &#149 Director: Alex Lovy &#149 Story: Cal Howard, Dave Monahan &#149 Animation: Grant Simmons, Paul Sommer, Chick Otterstrom, Jay Sarbry &#149 Music: Darrell Calker &#149 Voice: Gerald Mohr<br> <i>In this "film noir" parody, a derelict dog tells of his obsession with a Siamese cat.</i><p> <u>Episode #14</u><br> <b>MAGOO'S PUDDLE JUMPER </b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness Story: Dick Shaw &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Gil Turner, Cecil Surry, Barney Posner Color: Bob McIntosh &#149 Design: Robert Dranko &#149 Music: Dean Elliot &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo buys a used electric car and takes Waldo on an underwater detour.</i><p> <b>WOODMAN SPARE THAT TREE</b> <br> Director: Bob Wickersham &#149 Story: Jack Cosgriff&#149 Animation: Phil Duncan &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather &#149 Voices: Frank Graham<br> <i>Fox wants to chop Crow's home tree down.</i><p> <b>GEORGIE AND THE DRAGON</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Robert Cannon &#149 Story: John Hubley, Bill Scott, Phil Eastman&#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Bill Melendez, Grim Natwick, Frank Smith &#149 Design: Bill Hurtz &#149 Color: Paul Julian, Jules Engel &#149 Music: Ernest Gold<br> <i>A Scotish boy adopts a mischevious pet Dragon</i><p> <u>Episode #15</u><br> <b>MAGOO GOES WEST</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Gil Turner, Barney Posner &#149 Story: Dick Shaw &#149 Color: Jules Engel &#149 Design: Robert Dranko &#149 Music: Frank Comstock &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo decides to take a cross country trip to California but ends up in a local car wash.</i><p> <b>BIG HOUSE BLUES</b><br> Director: Howard Swift &#149 Story: Roy Jenkins &#149 Animation: Grant Simmons, Jay Sarbry &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather<br> <i>Flippy imagines his cage is a prison and cat is jail guard.</i><p> <b>BOSTON BEANIE</b><br> Director: Sid Marcus &#149 Animation: Ben Lloyd, Chic Otterstrom, Roy Jenkins &#149 Music: Darrell Calker<br> <i>Cat and mouse conspire to trick Scotsman who will only feed kitty when he catches mice.</i><p> <u>Episode #16</u><br> <b>MAGOO BEATS THE HEAT</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Gil Turner, Barney Posner &#149 Story: Dick Shaw, Ed Nofziger &#149 Color: Bob McIntosh &#149 Music: Dennis Farnon &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo has a day at the beach in Death Valley.</i><p> <b>FIESTA TIME</b><br> Direction & Story: Bob Wickersham &#149 Animation: Paul Sommer, Chic Otttestrom &#149 Music: Eddie Kil&#149feather<br> <i>Tito sneaks his girlfriend out of her house so they can dance in the moonlight.</i><p> <b>THE DISILLUSIONED BLUE BIRD</b><br> Producer: Dave Fleischer &#149 Director: Howard Swift Story: Edward Seward &#149 Animation: Jim Armstrong, Grant Simmons &#149 Original Calypso Music: Sir Lancelot &#149 Musical Director: Eddie Kilfeather<br> <i>A bluebird heads to Jamacia to escape the war and finds a flock of musical companions.</i><p> <u>Episode #17</u><br> <b>GERALD McBOING BOING</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Robert Cannon &#149 Story: Dr. Suess &#149 Story Adaptation: Bill Scott, Phil Eastman &#149 Animation: Bill Melendez, Rudy Larriva, Pat Matthews, Willis Pyle, Frank Smith &#149 Design: Bill Hurtz &#149 Color: Herb Klynn, Jules Engel &#149 Music: Gail Kubik &#149 Voices: Marvin Miller<br> <i>A little boy who can't speak words, only sound effects, finds success as a radio performer.</i><p> <table Align=right> <tr> <td><img src="lobo2.jpg" ALT="loco lobo" HEIGHT="118" width="170" BORDER=1 ALIGN=right></td> </tr> </table> <b>LOCO LOBO</b><br> Director: Howard Swift &#149 Story: Cal Howard &#149 Animation: Grant Simmons, Jay Sarbry &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather<br> <i>A wacky rabbit is pursued through the desert by a hungry wolf.</i><p> <b>FUDDY DUDDY BUDDY</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Produced & Directed by John Hubley &#149 Story: Bill Scott, Phil Eastman &#149 Animation: Art Babbitt, Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Pat Matthews &#149 Color & Design: Paul Julian &#149 Unit Manager: Sherman Glas &#149 Production Manager: Herbert Klynn &#149 Music: William Lava Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo mistakes a walrus for his tennis partner.</i><p> <u>Episode #18</u><br> <b>SLOPPY JALOPY</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Producer: John Hubley &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Story: Bill Scott, Phil Eastman &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry &#149 Color: Jules Engel, Bob McIntosh &#149 Design: Abe Liss &#149 Technical Production: Max Morgan &#149 Music: David Raskin &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo, buying car for nephew, takes a slick car salesman on a wild test drive.</i><p> <b>PUNCHY DE LEON</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: John Hubley &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Bill Melendez, Pat Matthews, Willy Pyle &#149 Story: Millard Kaufman, Phil Eastman &#149 Design: William Hurtz &#149 Color: Herb Klynn, Jules Engel &#149 Music: Del Castillo &#149 Voice: Daws Butler<br> <i>Fox & Crow are rival explorers trying to retrieve a jug of water from the Fountain of Youth.</i><p> <b>SPRING FESTIVAL</b><br> Producer: Charles Mintz &#149 Story: Ben Harrison &#149 Animation: Manny Gould &#149 Music: Joe DeNat<br> <i>A colorful pagent begins when a groundhog alerts Mother Nature that spring is in the air.</i><p> <u>Episode #19</u><br> <b>MAGOO MAKES NEWS</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Tom McDonald, Barney Posner &#149 Story: Dick Shaw &#149 Color: Bob McIntosh &#149 Music: Dennis Farnon &#149 Voice: Jim Backus <br> <i>Magoo mistakes the newspaper printing press for the electric company complaint department.</i><p> <b>FOOTBALL BUGS</b><br> Producer: Charles Mintz &#149 Story: Art Davis &#149 Animation: Sid Marcus &#149 Music: Joe De Nat<br> <i>Football game between Boogey Bugs and the Beetles.</i><p> <b>POLAR PLAYMATES</b><br> Director: Howard Swift &#149 Story: Volus Jones &#149 Animation: Grant Simmons &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather<br> <i>A polar bear and penguin rescue an Eskimo boy from a shark.</i><p> <u>Episode #20</u><br> <b>THE FOX AND THE GRAPES</b><br> Direction & Story: Frank Tashlin &#149 Animation: Bob Wickersham &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather &#149 Voices: Mel Blanc<br> <i>The Fox tries to get a bunch of grapes from the clever Crow.</i><p> <table Align=right> <tr> <td><img src="tti7.jpg" ALT="carnival courage" HEIGHT="118" width="160" BORDER=1 ALIGN=right></td> </tr> </table> <b>CARNIVAL COURAGE</b><br> Director: Howard Swift &#149 Story & Narration: John McLeish &#149 Animation: Grant Simmons, Volus Jones &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather<br> <i>Willoughby's magic hat protects him from an escaped circus gorilla.</i><p> <b>GRIZZLEY GOLFER</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Producer: John Hubley &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Story: Bill Scott, Bill Daunch &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Art Babbitt, Cecil Surry Design: Abe Liss &#149 Color: Paul Julian &#149 Music: Hoyt Curtin &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>While golfing in the Ozarks, Magoo mistakes a grizzley bear for his caddy.</i><p> <u>Episode #21</u><br> <b>SAFETY SPIN</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Peter Burness &#149 Story: Phil Davis, Tedd Pierce &#149 Animation: Rudy Larriva, Tom McDonald, Phil Monroe &#149 Color: Bob McIntosh &#149 Music: Hoyt Curtin &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Attempting to renew his drivers license, Magoo causes havoc in a hospital and takes his road test with a firetruck.</i><p> <b>A PEEKOOLYAR SITCHEEAYSHUN</b><br> Based on characters created by Al Capp &#149<br> Story & Direction: Sid Marcus &#149 Animation: Jim Armstrong, Grant Simmons &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather<br> <i>Daisy Mae tricks Li'l Abner by pretending to woo Disgustin' Jones.</i><p> <b>COO-COO BIRD DOG</b><br> Producers: Raymond Katz, Henry Binder &#149 Director: Sid Marcus &#149 Story: Cal Howard, Dave Monahan &#149 Animation: Howard Swift, Roy Jennings, Ben Lloyd &#149 Music: Darrell Calker<br> <i>A dog swallows a coo-coo clock.</i><p> <u>Episode #22</u><br> <b>WAY DOWN YONDER IN THE CORN</b><br> Producer: Dave Fleischer &#149 Director: Bob Wickersham Story: Sam Cobean &#149 Animation: Phil Duncan, Basil Davidovich &#149 Music: Eddie Kilfeather &#149 Voice: Frank Graham<br> <i>Crow disguises as a scarecrow to get Fox's corn.</i><p> <b>MAGOO GOES OVERBOARD</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Pete Burness &#149 Story: Dick Shaw &#149 Color: Bob McIntosh &#149 Design: Robert Dranko &#149 Animation: Cecil Surry, Gil Turner, Barney Posner, Tom McDonald &#149 Music: Dennis Farnon &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i> During an ocean cruise, Magoo falls into the swimming pool and is under the impression he's adrift in the open sea.</i><p> <b>JITTERBUG KNIGHTS</b><br> Producer: Charles Mintz &#149 Director: Sid Marcus &#149 Animation: Art Davis, Herb Rothwill &#149 Music: Joe DeNat &#149 Voice: Danny Webb<br> <i>Three wise fairies transform the King's new baby into a dancing jitterbug.</i><p> <table Align=right> <tr> <td><img src="tti5.jpg" ALT="now you're totally tooned in" HEIGHT="136" width="181" BORDER=1 ALIGN=right></td> </tr> </table> <u>Episode #23</u><br> <b>GERALD McBOING BOING'S SYMPHONY</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Director: Robert Cannon &#149 Animation: Bill Melendez, Frank Smith &#149 Story & Design: T. Hee &#149 Color Design: Jules Engel, Michi Katota &#149 Music: Ernst Gold &#149 Narration and Voices: Marvin Miller<br> <i>Gerald, using his vocal talents to subsitute for an orchestra radio broadcast, gets his musical notes and sound effects mixed up.</i><p> <b>LUCKY PIGS</b><br> Director: Ben Harrison &#149 Animation: Manny Gould &#149 Music: Joe DeNat &#149 Voices: Mel Blanc, Elvia Allman, Dave Webber, Sara Berner<br> <i>Poor pig family wins sweepstakes and go hog wild spending their new cash -- until the tax weasels take their cut.</i><p> <b>MAGOO'S CRUISE</b><br> Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow &#149 Producer: Pete Burness &#149 Director: Rudy Larriva &#149 Story: Dick Kinney, Dick Shaw &#149 Animation: Casey Onaitis, Phil Duncan &#149 Design & Color: Sam Clayberger &#149 Music: Dennis Farnon &#149 Voice: Jim Backus<br> <i>Magoo is mistaken for a spy and is picked up by a foreign submarine.</i><p> Continued on <a href="tooned2.html">TOTALLY TOONED IN page 2</a>. 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