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Deputy Dawg TV Cartoon Series MP4 Download 2 Disc DVD Set USB Drive

Deputy Dawg TV Cartoon Series MP4 Download 2 Disc DVD Set USB Drive
Deputy Dawg TV Cartoon Series MP4 Download 2 Disc DVD Set USB Drive
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All 102 Remaining *GENUINE* Original TerryToons Cartoons (NO Duplicates Or Fabricated Episodes To Artificially Inflate The Number Of Episodes!) Created The Terrytoons Animation Studio, Voiced Entirely By Dayton Allen! Join Deputy Sheriff Dawg, His Varmints Muskie Muskrat, Ty Coon The Raccoon, Vincent Van Gopher And Pig Newton, As Well As Dawg's Boss The Sheriff, His Wife Mrs. Deputy, And The Alien Space Varmint Astronut, Who Was Later Spun-Off To His Own Series, The Astronut Show! Over Eight And A Half Hours Of Classic Television Cartoons, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS In An Archival Quality 2 Disc All Regions Format DVD Set, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive!



00 Open #1

01 Obnoxious Obie

02 Seize You Later, Alligator

03 The Poster Caper

04 Star For A Day

05 Pinch Hittin' For A Pidgeon

06 Herman The Hermit

07 Scare Cure

08 Deputy Dawg's Nephew

09 Open Wide

10 Heat Wave

11 Safe An' Insane 4th

12 Hen House Hassle

13 Just Ghost T' Show You

14 The Fragrant Vagrant

15 Stuck Duck

16 Mr. Moose

17 The Neverglades

18 Duped Deputy

19 All Tuckered Out

20 National Lazy Day

21 Hex Marks The Spot

22 Feud For Thought

23 The Yoke's On You

24 Royal Southern Dismounted Police (Version 1)

25 Beaver Battle

26 Chicken Bull

27 Physical Fatness

28 Save Ol' Piney

29 Corn Cribber

30 Diamonds In The Rough

31 Oil Tycoons

32 The Two Inch Inchworm

33 The Catfish Poachin' Pelican

34 Shotgun Shambles

35 Space Invitation

36 National Spoof Day

37 Bad Luck Day

38 Echo Park

39 Imperfect Crime

40 Big Chief No Treaty

41 Corn Pone Limited

42 On The Lam With Ham

43 Home Cookin

44 Lawman To The Rescue

45 Penguin Panic

46 Creek Mud Monster

47 Friend Fox

48 Protestin' Pilot

49 Grandpa Law

50 Watermelon Watcher

51 Double-Barreled Boom Boom

52 Little Red Fool House

53 Low Man Lawman

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00 Open #2

01 The Space Varmint

02 Mountain Melvin Meets Hairy Harry

03 Law And Disorder

04 Spare That Tree

05 Noise Annoys

06 The Great Grain Robbery

07 Rabid Rebel

08 Peach Pluckin' Kangaroo

09 Astronut

10 Catfish Crises

11 Kin Folk

12 Champion Whopper Teller

13 Show Biz Whiz

14 People's Choice

15 Dragon, My Foot

16 Dry Spell

17 Long Island Duckling

18 Something To Crow About

19 Dangnabit, Rabbit

20 The Pig Rustler

21 Where There's Smoke

22 Orbit A Little Bit

23 Peanut Pilferer

24 Millionaire Deputy

25 Honey Tree

26 The Pink Flamingo

27 Tents Moments

28 Science Friction

29 Dog-Gone Catfish

30 Ship Aha Ha

31 The Governor's Guide

32 The Bird Burglar

33 Go-Go Gorilla

34 Mama Magnolia's Pecan Pies

35 Tourist Tirade

36 Li'l Whooper

37 AIG Plant

38 Lynx, Th' Jinx

39 Elusive Louie

40 The Milkweed From Space

41 Museum Of Th' South

42 Cotton Pickin' Picnic

43 Mule-itary Maneuvers

44 Royal Southern Dismounted Police (Version 2)

45 Nobody's Ghost

46 You're Fired An' I'm Tired

47 Tennessee Walkin' Horse

48 Terrific Traffic

49 The Hungry Astronaut

Close #2

Note: This title is not the Deputy Dawg TV show which is copyrighted by CBS. This title is a collection of all 102 remaining individual Deputy Dawg cartoons which are all in the public domain.

Deputy Dawg is a Terrytoons cartoon character, featured on the animated television series of the same name that aired from 1960 to 1964. The character of Deputy Dawg originated in 1959 as part of a projected series entitled Possible Possum, intended as a component of the Captain Kangaroo Show. Larz Bourne came up with the series concept and drew the first storyboards. Midway through production, the project was overhauled as a standalone series; Deputy Dawg became the star, and "Possible" was rechristened Muskie Muskrat, to avoid comparisons with Walt Kelly's comic strip character Pogo Possum. A later, less Kelly-inspired Terrytoons character would eventually take the Possible Possum name. The Deputy Dawg Show first ran weekly from January 1, 1960 to December 31, 1964. Each episode has a Deputy Dawg cartoon, followed by Sidney the Elephant. The British television debut came on BBC Television on August 31, 1963. The cartoons are between four and six minutes long, and were packaged three at a time and shown as a half-hour program. The show was produced by CBS and was the professional animation debut of Ralph Bakshi (as animator) of adult animation fame. There were also six additional titles that were released theatrically and were not part of the original TV package. The cartoons originally featured Deputy Dawg, an anthropomorphic dog, as a deputy sheriff in Florida, although as the episodes progressed, the location changed to Mississippi, and later to Tennessee. The other main characters are the "varmints" Muskie Muskrat, Ty Coon, Vincent van Gopher, and Pig Newton, as well as Dawg's boss the Sheriff and his wife Mrs. Deputy. A wilder addition to the cast was the "space varmint" Astronut, a mischievous alien visitor who was later given his own spin-off show. Deputy Dawg was voiced by Dayton Allen, a prolific voice actor who voiced many Terrytoons characters in television and theatrical shorts in the 1950s and 1960s. Much of the comedy in the cartoons is sight gag/action-based, with additional humor provided by comical dialects and stereotypical southern characteristics. Many storylines involve Deputy Dawg battling with peculiar locals and trying to please the Sheriff, as well as protecting his produce from Muskie and Vince. However, most of Muskie's and Vince's crimes are not taken very seriously, enabling Deputy Dawg to pal around with them when they are not causing trouble. The trio often engage in their favorite pastime, fishing for catfish. Musical direction was by Terrytoons standby Philip A. Scheib (April 14, 1894–April 1969), who at the time had recently worked on the Oscar-nominated Terrytoons shorts Sidney's Family Tree (1958) and The Juggler of Our Lady (1958). The Deputy Dawg musical accompaniment often features a distinctive bass harmonica. Deputy Dawg later appeared in episodes of the 1987 series Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures. Deputy Dawg also appeared in the 1999 pilot Curbside.