totally tooned in 2

PART 2 • Episodes 24-50

Episode #24
MAGOO'S GLORIOUS FOURTH
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow • Director: Pete Burness; Story: Dick Shaw, Ed Nofziger; Animation: Tom McDonald, Gil Turner, Barney Posner, Ed Friedman; Design: Bob Dranko; Color: Bob McIntosh; Music: Dan Elliot; Voices: Jim Backus, Daws Butler
Magoo mistakes fireworks for garden plants.

CHRISTOPHER CRUMPET'S PLAYMATE
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Robert Cannon; Story: T. Hee & Robert Cannon; Animation: Frank Smith, Alan Zaslove, Barney Posner; Design: T. Hee; Color: Jules Engle; Music: Dennis Farnon; Voices: Marvin Miller, Marion Richman
Christopher adopts an invisible elephant.

NELL'S YELLS
Producer: Charles Mintz; Director: Ub Iwerks; Music: Joe DeNat, Eddie Kilfeather; Voice: Mel Blanc
In spoof of old-time melodramas, Horatio saves Nell's ranch from evil villian.

Episode #25
ROOM AND BORED
Producer: Dave Fleischer; Director: Bob Wickersham; Story: John McLeish; Animation: Phil Duncan, Ben Lloyd; Music: Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: Frank Graham
Fox rents room to loud obnoxious Crow.

MOTHER HUBBA-HUBBA HUBBARD
Director: Bob Wickersham; Story: Cal Howard; Animation: Chic Otterstrom, Roy Jenkins; Music: Eddie Kilfeather; Voice: Stan Freberg
Solving the mystery of who stole the bone from Mother Hubbard's dog.

MEET MOTHER MAGOO
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Story: Ed Nofziger, Dick Shaw; Design: Robert Dranko; Animation: Cecil Surry, Barney Posner, Tom MacDonald, Gil Turner; Executive Production Manager: Herbert Klynn; Color: Bob McIntosh; Music: Del Castillo; Voice: Jim Backus
Magoo surprises his mother with a visit on a day he thinks is her birthday.

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Episode #26
RED RIDING HOOD RIDES AGAIN
Director: Sid Marcus; Animation: Bob Wickersham, Bill Hammer; Music: Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: Billy Bletcher, Sara Berner
A wacky, modern spin on the story of Red Riding Hood.

HOTSY FOOTSY
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: William T. Hurtz; Animation: Pat Matthews, Phil Monroe; Story: James Raymond; Color: Paul Julian, Robert Dranko; Design: Paul Julian; Music: Milton "Shorty" Rogers; Voice: Jim Backus
At his college reunion, Magoo mistakes the wrestling ring for the dance floor.

CROP CHASERS
Producer: Charles Mintz; Director: Ub Iwerks; Music: Joe DeNat & Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: Mel Blanc, Jack Mather
Two Scarecrows have a difficult time with a gang of tough crows.

Episode #27
MIDNIGHT FROLICS
Producer: Charles Mintz; Director: Ub Iwerks; Music: Joe DeNat & Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: Mel Blanc, The Kings Men
Ghosts in a haunted house make musical mischef.

MAGOO'S MASQUERADE
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Producer: Pete Burness; Director: Rudy Larriva; Story: Dick Shaw, Ed Nofziger; Animation: Frank Smith, Alan Zaslove, Casey Onaitis; Design: Sam Clayberger; Music: Lyn Murray; Voices: Jim Backus, Daws Butler
Magoo goes to a masquerade ball dressed as a devil (he thinks he's Santa Claus), where his date (an ostrich) is mistaken for a jewel thief.

SKELETON FROLIC
Producer: Charles Mintz; Director: Ub Iwerks; Music: Joe DeNat
Graveyard skeleton's come to life and play spooky music.

Episode #28
MR. MOOCHER
Director: Bob Wickersham; Story: Sid Marcus; Animation: Chic Otterstrom, Ben Lloyd; Music: Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: Frank Graham
The Fox tries to "Love Thy Neighbor" but his neighbor is the obnoxious Crow.

A HELPING PAW
Director: Sid Marcus; Animation: Art Davis; Music: Joe DeNat; Voice: Mel Blanc
Dr. Slaphappy gives a drunk seeing eye dog to a screwball patient -- they end up dangling over the city, out on a flagpole.

MAGOO'S CHECK-UP
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Story: Dick Shaw; Animation: Rudy Larriva, Tom McDonald; Design: Sterling Sturtevant; Color: Bob McIntosh; Music: Dennis Farnon; Voice: Jim Backus
Magoo mistakes a TV repair shop for the doctor's office.

Episode #29
MERRY MINSTRAL MAGOO
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Rudy Larriva; Story: Dick Shaw; Animation: Casey Onaitis, Alan Zaslove; Design and Color: Sam Clayberger; Music: Maury Ellenhorn; Voice: Jim Backus
Amatuer musician Magoo auditions for a TV appearence at the Doctor's office.

CONCERTO IN B-FLAT MINOR
Producer: Frank Tashlin; Director: Bob Wickersham; Animation: James Armstrong, William Shull; Story: Leo Salkin, John Hubley; Music: Peter Ilich Tschaikowsky, Edward Kilfeather
Wacky animal orchestra performs the Tschaikowki concerto.

SWING MONKEY SWING
Producer: Charles Mintz; Animation: Manny Gould; Story: Ben Harrison; Music: Joe DeNat; Vocals: The Basin Street Boys
On a desert island, monkeys sing skat, play music and jitterbug.

Episode #30
HOW NOW McBOING BOING
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Robert Cannon; Story: T. Hee, Robert Cannon; Animation: Frank Smith, Alan Zaslove, Gerald Ray; Design: T. Hee; Color: Jules Engel; Music: George Bruns; Voices: Marvin Miller
Gerald McBoing Boing sees a speech therapist who concocts a way to make him speak words.

up n atom
UP N' ATOM
Director: Sid Marcus; Animation: Roy Jenkins, Ben Lloyd; Music: Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: Stan Freberg, Dave Barry
A dog tries to convince a cat to be his friend.

BUNGLED BUNGALOW
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Animation: Rudy Larriva, Grim Natwick, Bill Melendez, Pat Matthews; Story: Bill Scott, Phil Eastman; Design: Abe Lis; Color: Herb Klynn, Jules Engel; Music: Hoyt Curtin; Voice: Jim Backus
Magoo tangles with theives who steal his house.

Episode #31
PLENTY BELOW ZERO
Producer: Dave Fleischer; Director: Bob Wickersham; Animation: Howard Swift; Story: Leo Salkin; Music: Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: Frank Graham
Up north, starving Crow tries to get food from skiing Fox.

MAGOO GOES SKIING
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Story: Bill Scott, T. Hee; Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Tom McDonald; Design: Sterling Sturtevant; Color: Bob MacIntosh; Music: Lou Maury; Voice: Jim Backus
In the Swiss Alps, Magoo mistakes a St. Bernard for his nephew.

GIFTS FROM THE AIR
Producer: Charles Mintz; Animation: Manny Gould; Story: Ben Harrison; Music: Joe DeNat; Voices: The Three Radio Rogues
Poor boy gets real Christmas party from broken toy soldier and his radio star friends.

Episode #32
PINK AND BLUE BLUES
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Story: Bill Scott; Animation: Rudy Larriva, Tom McDonald, Phil Moore; Design: Ted Parmelee; Color: Bob McIntosh; Music: Benjamin Lees; Voice: Jim Backus
Baby-sitter Magoo foils a thief trying to rob the house.

A BOY, A GUN AND BIRDS
Director: Ben Harrison; Animation: Manny Gould; Music: Joe DeNat
Boy hurts small bird with toy gun and regrets it.

MR. ELEPHANT GOES TO TOWN
Director: Art Davis; Animation: Sid Marcus; Music: Joe DeNat; Voices: Danny Webb, Mel Blanc
Elephant, falling off circus train, hallucinates in old house.

Episode #33
ROBIN HOODLUM
Excutive Producer : Stephen Bosustow; Director: John Hubley; Story: Sol Barzman, Phil Eastman; Animation: Robert Cannon, Willie Pyle, Pat Matthews, Rudy Larriva; Music: Del Castillio
The Crow (as Sheriff) tries to catch The Fox (as Robin Hood).

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IMAGINATION
Producer: Dave Fleischer; Director: Bob Wickersham; Animation: Ben Lloyd, Basil Davidovich; Story: Dun Roman; Music: Paul Worth; Voice: Leone Ledoux
Little girl imagines her dolls come to life.

WHEN MAGOO FLEW
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Story: Barbara Hammer, Tedd Pierce; Animation: Rudy Larriva, Tom McDonald, Cecil Surry; Design: Sterling Sturtevant; Color: Bob McIntosh; Music: Hoyt Curtin; Voice: Jim Backus
Magoo mistakes an airplane trip for a visit to the movie theatre and a 3-D movie.

Episode #34
RAGTIME BEAR
Exceutive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: John Hubley; Design: William Hurtz; Animation: Art Babbit, Pat Matthews, Rudy Larriva, Willy Pyle; Color: Herb Klynn, Jules Engel; Music: Del Castillo; Voice: Jim Backus
At a ski lodge, Magoo mistakes a banjo picking bruin for his nephew.

WAY OF ALL PESTS
Director: Art Davis; Animation: Sid Marcus ; Music: Joe DeNat; Voice: Mel Blanc
Flying insects declare war on a man trying to eat dinner.

BABES AT SEA
Producer: Charles Mintz; Story: Art Davis; Animation: Sid Marcus; Music: Joe DeNat

Episode #35
GERALD McBOING BOING ON THE PLANET MOO
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Robert Cannon; Story: T. Hee, Bobe Cannon; Color: Jules Engel; Animation:Frank Smith, Alan Zaslove; Design: Lew Keller; Music: Ernest Gold; Voices: Marvin Miller
Aliens think Earthlings speak "Boing Boing" language when they abduct Gerald.

HAPPY TOT'S EXPEDITION
Director: Ben Harrison; Animation: Manny Gould; Music: Joe DeNat; Voice: Mel Blanc
launch a rocket trip to the city dump.

DESTINATION MAGOO
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Original Story: Jim Backus, Jerry Hausner; Story Treatment: Tedd Pierce; Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Tom McDonald; Design: Sterling Sturtevant; Color: Bob McIntosh; Music: Lou Maury; Voices: Jim Backus, Jerry Hausner
Magoo accidentally takes a rocket ship voyage and crash lands at an Amusement park which he mistakes for the moon.

Episode #36
SPELLBOUND HOUND
Exceutive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Story: Bob Russell, Phil Eastman; Production Design: Bill Hurtz; Animation: Pat Matthews, Willie Pyle, Rudy Larriva, Bill Melendez; Color: Herb Klynn, Jules Engel; Ink & Paint: Mary Cain; Asst. Director: Max Morgan; Camera: Jack Eckes; Music: Del Castillo; Voice: Jim Backus
A bloodhound on the trail of an escaped convict is mistaken, by Magoo, for his fishing buddy.

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THE MERRY MUTINEERS
Producer: Charles Mintz; Animation: Manny Gould; Story: Ben Harrison; Music: Joe DeNat; Vocals: The Radio Rogues
Scrappy plays pirate ship with a crew full of Hollywood celebrities.

THE AIR HOSTESS
Producer: Charles Mintz; Animation: Art Davis; Story: Sid Marcus; Music: Joe DeNat; Voices: Leone LeDoux, Elvia Allman
A cute little flight attendant tries to keep her cool during a zany flight.

Episode #37
TRAILBLAZER MAGOO
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Story: Dick Shaw; Color: Robert Dranko; Design: Bob McIntosh; Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Gil Turner, Barney Posner; Music: Frank Comstock; Voices: Jim Backus, Billy Bletcher
Magoo, river rafting with an Indian guide, mistakes the city park & zoo for wilderness.

LEAVE US CHASE IT
Producers: Raymond Katz, Henry Binder; Director: Howard Swift; Story: Cal Howard; Animation: Grant Simmons, Paul Sommer, Jay Sarbry; Music: Darrel Calker; Voice: Stan Freberg
Inspired by a comic book, a feline becomes "Super Katt" to catach a wise-guy mouse.

TOM THUMB'S BROTHER
Director: Sid Marcus; Animation: Art Davis; Music: Joe DeNat; Voices: Norman Nesbitt, Sara Berner
Tom and his microscopic brother, Pee-Wee, chase each other around the breakfast table.

Episode #38
UNSURE-RUNTS
Director: Howard Swift; Story: Sid Marcus; Animation: Grant Simmons, Volus Jones; Music: Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: Frank Graham
Crow will try any zany thing to sell Fox an insurence policy.

MAD HATTER
Director: Sid Marcus; Animation: Art Davis, Herb Rothwell; Music: Joe DeNat; Voice: Mel Blanc
Mazie tries on some new hats created by Chester, The Mad Hatter.

MADCAP MAGOO
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Story: Dick Shaw, Barbara Hammer; Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Tom McDonald; Color: Bob McIntosh; Design: Robert Dranko; Music: Del Castillo; Voice: Jim Bakus
Magoo mistakes an escaped mental patient for his old practical jokester chum.

Episode #39
TROUBLE INDEMNITY
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Animation: Pat Matthews, Rudy Larriva, Willis Pyle, Bill Melendez, Grim Natwick; Story: Al Smalley, Bill Scott, Phil Eastman; Color: Herb Klynn, Jules Engel; Design: Abe Liss; Music: Hoyt Curtin; Voice: Jim Backus
A slick insurence salesman is run ragged after selling a policy to Mr. Magoo.

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SADIE HAWKINS DAY
Producer: Dave Fleischer; Director: Bob Wickersham; Based On Characters Created by Al Capp; Story: Al Geiss; Animation: Chick Otterstrom, Ben Lloyd; Music: Eddie Kilfeather
Abner trains for Sadie Hawkins Day, when the gals chase the boys they want to marry.

WISE OWL
Director: Ub Iwerks; Music: Joe DeNat, Eddie Kilfeather; Voice: Mel Blanc
Hobo owl tries to crash a bat cave using various disguises.

Episode #40
TREASURE JEST
Director: Howard Swift; Animation: Volus Jones, Grant Simmons; Music: Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: Frank Graham
Treasure hunting Fox is out-foxed on island inhabited by Crow.

BON BON PARADE
Producer: Charles Mintz; Animation: Manny Gould; Story: Ben Harrison; Music: Joe DeNat
Poor little boy is given a tour of Candy Town.

DOG SNATCHER
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Producer & Director: Pete Burness; Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry; Story: Bill Scott, Paul Schneider; Design: Abe Liss; Color: Bob McIntosh, Bob Dranko; Music: William Lava; Voices: Jim Backus, Billy Bletcher
Thinking his dog was caught by a dog catcher, Magoo mistakes the circus for Dog Pound

Episode #41
MAGOO BREAKS PAR
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Story: Dick Shaw , Bill Derman; Color: Robert Dranko; Design: Bob McIntosh; Animation: Tom McDonald, Cecil Surry, Gil Turner, Barney Posner; Music: Thomas Cutkomp; Voices: Jim Backus
Magoo goes to State Prison, mistaking it for the Ritzy Vista Country Club.

DR. BLUEBIRD (re-titled SCRAPPY IN HAPPYLAND )
Producer: Charles Mintz; Animation: Manny Gould; Story: Ben Harrison; Music: Joe DeNat
Ailing Scrappy is cheered by bluebirds and insects who put on a special show.

HORSE ON THE MERRY-GO-ROUND
Producer: Charles Mintz; Director: Ub Iwerks; Music: Joe DeNat, Eddie Kilfeather ; Voices: Mel Blanc, Dave Webber, Robert Winkler
Merry-Go-Round horse breaks free and explores Crazy Town.

Episode #42
MAGOO'S MASTERPIECE
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Story: Don Freeman, Tedd Pierce; Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Tom McDonald; Design: Sterling Sturtevant; Color: Bob McIntosh; Music: George Bruns; Voice: Jim Backus
Magoo takes up sculpture, but mistakes a criminal hideout for an artists studio.

AMOOZIN' BUT CONFOOZIN'
Producer: Dave Fleischer; Story: Sid Marcus; Music: Eddie Kilfeather
Abner, tired of his surroundings, takes a trip to the city and returns with new manners.

PEACEFUL NEIGHBORS
Producer: Charles Mintz; Director: Sid Marcus; Animation: Art Davis, Herb Rothwell; Music: Joe DeNat; Voice: Leone Ledeux
Two neighbor roosters prepare for all out war with each other.

the egg yegg
Episode #43
THE EGG-YEGG
Director: Bob Wickersham; Story: Sam Cobean; Animation: Ben Lloyd, Volus Jones Music: Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: Frank Graham, John McLeish
Crow tries to protect two eggs from the egg-collecting Fox.

INDIAN SERENADE (retitled YIPPY THE SNAKE CHARMER )
Producer: Charles Mintz; Animation: Art Davis; Story: Sid Marcus; Music: Joe DeNat
Native American boy, girl and puppy are attacked by giant rattle snake.

MAGOO GOES WEST
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Gil Turner, Barney Posner; Story: Dick Shaw; Color: Jules Engel; Design: Robert Dranko; Music: Frank Comstock; Voice: Jim Backus
Magoo's cross country trip is really a trip through a car wash.

Episode #44
MAGOO'S MOOSEHUNT
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Producer & Director: Robert Cannon; Story: Bill Scott, Ed Nofziger; Animation: Alan Zaslove, C.L. Hartman; Design: Lew Keller; Color: Jules Engel; Music: Dennie Farnon; Voice: Jim Backus
Magoo challenges his camping companion to a moose hunt.

HOLIDAY LAND
Producer: Charles Mintz; Animation: Art Davis; Story: Sid Marcus; Music: Joe DeNat; Voice: Purv Pullen
Scrappy dreams that Holiday characters (Santa, Easter Bunnies, etc.) come to life.

THE GORILLA HUNT
Producer: Charles Mintz; Director: Ub Iwerks; Music: Joe DeNat, Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: Mel Blanc, Elvia Allman
A safari to Africa is recounted by explorer.

Episode #45
BE PATIENT, PATIENT
Director: Bob Wickersham; Story: Dun Roman; Animation: Chic Otterstrom, Phil Duncan; Music: Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: Frank Graham
Ailing Fox is further disturbed by "Doctor" Crow.

swiss tease
SWISS TEASE
Producers: Henry Binder, Ray Katz; Director: Sid Marcus; Animation: Howard Swift, Roy Jenkins; Music: Darrell Calker; Voices: Jack Mather, Walter Craig
St. Bernard dog with a drinking problem tries to "save" a mountain climber.

CALLING DR. MAGOO
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Animation: Rudy Larriva, Cecil Surry, Gil Turner, Barney Posner; Story: Dick Shaw; Design: Robert Dranko; Music: Thomas Cutkomp; Voice: Jim Backus
Trying to visit a sick friend, Magoo mistakes an ocean liner for the hospital.

Episode #46
BWANA MAGOO
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Tom McDonald; Animation: Ed Friedman, Barney Posner, Fred Grable; Story: Dick Kinney, Dick Shaw, Pete Burness; Design: Robert Dranko; Color: Jules Engel, Bob McIntosh; Music: Dean Elliot; Voices: Jim Backus, Daws Butler
Magoo and Waldo go hunting in the jungle.

HAPPY TOTS (re-titled HOT AND HAPPY )
Producer: Charles Mintz; Director: Ben Harrison; Animation: Manny Gould; Music: Joe DeNat
The elf-like Happy Tot's sing and swing all day long.

WILLIE THE KID
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Robert Cannon; Story: T. Hee, Robert Cannon; Color: Jules Engel; An imation: Bill Melendez, Frankie Smith, Roger Daily, Grim Natwick; Music: Ernest Gold; Voices: Marvin Miller, Marian Richman, Martha Wentworth
Willie and friends imagine themselves in a western adventure.

Episode #47
THE EXPLOSIVE MR. MAGOO
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Animation: Tom McDonald, Fred Grable, Ed Friedman, Barney Posner; Story: Dick Shaw, Fred Grable; Design: Robert Dranko; Music: Stanley J. Wilson; Voices: Jim Backus, June Foray, Daws Butler
At the newspaper office, Magoo is mistaken for a mad bomber.

PROFESSOR SMALL AND MR. TALL
Producer: Dave Fleischer; Directors: Paul Sommer, John Hubley; Animation: Volus Jones, Jim Armstrong; Story: John McLeish; Music: Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: John McLeish, Dick Nelson
Two strange characters have a spell of bad luck.

SPRING FESTIVAL
Producer: Charles Mintz; Animation: Manny Gould; Story: Ben Harrison; Music: Joe DeNat
Mother Nature creates a musical pagent to announce Springtime.

Episode #48
TREE FOR TWO
Producer: Dave Fleischer; Director: Bob Wickersham; Animation: Howard Swift, Phil Duncan; Story: Sam Cobean; Music: Paul Worth; Voices: Frank Graham
Tree surgeon Fox tries to evict Crow from his rotting abode.

GUMSHOE MAGOO
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Gil Turner; Animation: Ed Friedman, Barney Posner, Maurie Fagin; Story: Dick Shaw, Dick Kinney, Pete Burness Design: Robert Dranko; Color: Bob McIntosh; Voices: Jim Backus
Magoo's errands to the gas station, supermarket and bank coincide with those of hapless robber.

YE OLDE SWAP SHOP
Producer: Charles Mintz; Director: Ub Iwerks; Music: Joe DeNat, Eddie Kilfeather; Voice: Sara Berner
Mouse family moves into Swap Shop, kids get into mischef with music boxes, appliances, clocks, etc.

Episode #49
LOVE COMES TO MAGOO
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Tom McDonald; Animation: Ed Friedman, Barney Posner, Stan Wilkins; Story: Dick Shaw, Dick Kinney, Pete Burness; Design: Robert Dranko; Color: Bob McIntosh; Voices: Jim Backus, Daws Butler
Lady crook tries to swindle Magoo by pretending to be a lost love.

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CAGEY BIRD
Director: Howard Swift; Story: Sid Marcus; Animation: Roy Jenkins; Music: Eddie Kilfeather; Voice: Frank Graham
Cat pretends to be doctor to get past dog and "cure" ailing Flippy bird.

CINDERELLA GOES TO A PARTY
Producer: Frank Tashlin; Director: Bob Wickersham; Animation: William Shull; Story: Jack Cosgriff; Music: Paul Worth; Voices: Sara Berner, Cliff Nazzaro
A modern re-telling of the Cinderella story, with a zany fairy godmother and a wacky prince.

Episode #50
KU KU NUTS
Director: Bob Wickersham; Story: Bob Wickersham; Animation: Paul Sommer, Chic Otterstrom; Music: Eddie Kilfeather; Voices: Frank Graham
Stranded on deserted island, the starving Fox lures the Crow to the island for dinner.

KANGAROO COURTING
Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow; Director: Pete Burness; Animation: Cecil Surrey, Tom McDonald, Rudy Larriva; Story: Paul Schneider, Tedd Pierce, Jack Fleischman; Design: Sterling Sturtervant; Color: Bob McIntosh; Music: George Bruns; Voices: Jim Backus, Jerry Hausner
Magoo mistakes a boxing kangaroo for Waldo's girlfriend.

SNOWTIME
Director: Ub Iwerks • Music: Joe DeNat
Professor Owl lectures his students on how the elves make snow at the North Pole.

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