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    Ballyhooey (1960)

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    Ballyhooey (1960)

    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.

    $25.00
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    Fowled Up Falcon (1960)

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    Fowled Up Falcon (1960)

    The history of falconry is turned upside-down when Woody is the prey of a falcon bent on destroying him. Falcons make great hunters.

    $25.00
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    Foot Brawl (1966)

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    Foot Brawl (1966)

    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!

    $25.00
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    Jerky Turkey (1968)

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    Jerky Turkey (1968)

    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.

    $25.00
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    The Mouse on the Mayflower (1968)

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    The Mouse on the Mayflower (1968)

    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.

    $25.00
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    Cool It, Charlie (1969)

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    Cool It, Charlie (1969)

    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.

    $25.00
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    The Bungling Builder (1971)

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    The Bungling Builder (1971)

    Bessie wants to hire a builder to make a sewing room, but Charlie and Junior decide to build it themselves.

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    Mr. Magoo

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    Mr. Magoo

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    The Beatles

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    The Beatles

    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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    Mr. Terrific

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    Mr. Terrific

    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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    Calvin and the Colonel

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    Calvin and the Colonel

    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.

    $64.00
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    Frankenstein, Jr. and The Impossibles

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    Frankenstein, Jr. and The Impossibles

    Frankenstein, Jr. and the Impossibles was an American Saturday morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1966. It premiered on September 10, 1966, and ran for two seasons.

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