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  • Snagglepuss
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  • Snagglepuss lives in a cavern, which he constantly tries to make more habitable for himself. No matter what he does, however, he always winds up back where he started or worse off than he was before. In some episodes, Snagglepuss is chased by Major Minor (voiced by Don Messick), a tiny mustachioed hunter, whose chases seem similar to the ones which involve Elmer and Bugs Bunny. In terms of appearence and colour, he has a strong resemblance to the Pink Panther. His "birthday" is September 30th.
  • Snagglepuss is an anthropomorphic pink mountain lion, and an announcer for the Laff-A-Lympics, along with Mildew Wolf.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Snagglepuss is a character created for the cartoons produced by . He is a pink anthropomorphic mountain lion who originated as an occasional antagonist to Quick Draw McGraw before becoming a starring character on The Yogi Bear Show in 1961.
  • for some copyrights reasons, his face is blurred, or it's probably a parody of blurring strangers' faces, Snagglepuss is depicted as a homosexual, in regrads of many fan comments regrading his sexuality, and the fact that he acts sissy. in a brief scene of him approaching Elmer Fudd, his face can be barely seen, before returning the blur back, which it confirmed his true idendity. In Lost in Parking Space, Part Two, he can be seen in the back, along with the tortured cartoon characters, it's persumed dead after the torture chamber was blown up into ashes.
  • Snagglepuss is a Hanna-Barbera cartoon character created in 1959, a pink Anthropomorphic mountain lion sporting an upturned collar, shirt cuffs and a string tie. He is voiced by Daws Butler, and is best known for his famous catchphrase, "Heavens to Murgatroyd!", along with phrases such as "Exit, stage left!" Snagglepuss was originally known as "Snaggletooth" (a pink lion precursor).
  • Snagglepuss is an animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions that debuted in syndication on January 30, 1961 and ran for 32 episodes as a segment of The Yogi Bear Show, until January 6, 1962. In 1992 the series began airing in reruns on Cartoon Network. In 2001 the series also started airing on Cartoon Network's sister channel Boomerang, where it still airs on occasion.
  • Butler's voice characterization is reminiscent of the more soft-spoken aspect of Bert Lahr's broad-ranging characterizations, specifically the Cowardly Lion in the 1939 MGM movie The Wizard of Oz. (Coincidentally, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera headed the MGM cartoon studio on the Tom and Jerry anthology before opening Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1957.)
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Appear
  • Yogi Bear
  • Casper's First Christmas
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Colour
  • pink
Relatives
Voice
  • Daws Butler
Job
  • Announcer
Starring
  • Daws Butler
  • Don Messick
Eyes
  • Black
Series
Runtime
  • 420.0
Status
  • Ended
Affiliation
Hair
  • Pink fur
Actor
Country
  • United States
Name
  • Snagglepuss
Genre
  • Comedy
Caption
  • Snagglepuss Title Card
First
  • The Quick Draw McGraw Show
FirstApp
  • LAL: The Swiss Alps and Tokyo, Japan
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first run
  • 1961
show name
  • Snagglepuss
Alias
  • Snaggletooth
Species
Company
Num episodes
  • 32
Format
  • Animated Series
First Aired
  • 1961-01-30
Distributor
  • Warner Bros. Television Distribution
num seasons
  • 2
Last Aired
  • 1962-01-06
Gender
  • Male
Network
  • Syndication
Creator
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  • Snagglepuss lives in a cavern, which he constantly tries to make more habitable for himself. No matter what he does, however, he always winds up back where he started or worse off than he was before. In some episodes, Snagglepuss is chased by Major Minor (voiced by Don Messick), a tiny mustachioed hunter, whose chases seem similar to the ones which involve Elmer and Bugs Bunny. In terms of appearence and colour, he has a strong resemblance to the Pink Panther. His "birthday" is September 30th.
  • Snagglepuss is an anthropomorphic pink mountain lion, and an announcer for the Laff-A-Lympics, along with Mildew Wolf.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Snagglepuss is a character created for the cartoons produced by . He is a pink anthropomorphic mountain lion who originated as an occasional antagonist to Quick Draw McGraw before becoming a starring character on The Yogi Bear Show in 1961.
  • for some copyrights reasons, his face is blurred, or it's probably a parody of blurring strangers' faces, Snagglepuss is depicted as a homosexual, in regrads of many fan comments regrading his sexuality, and the fact that he acts sissy. in a brief scene of him approaching Elmer Fudd, his face can be barely seen, before returning the blur back, which it confirmed his true idendity. In Lost in Parking Space, Part Two, he can be seen in the back, along with the tortured cartoon characters, it's persumed dead after the torture chamber was blown up into ashes.
  • Butler's voice characterization is reminiscent of the more soft-spoken aspect of Bert Lahr's broad-ranging characterizations, specifically the Cowardly Lion in the 1939 MGM movie The Wizard of Oz. (Coincidentally, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera headed the MGM cartoon studio on the Tom and Jerry anthology before opening Hanna-Barbera Productions in 1957.) Snagglepuss has three signature catchphrases. Before dashing off (whether to escape or for some other reason), he exclaims "Exit, stage left!" (or stage right, and sometimes even up or down), a phrase used in theatrical stage directions. Snagglepuss typically appends the adverbial focus particle "... even" to seemingly every phrase. His most famous is his perpetual exclamation, "Heavens to Murgatroyd!" - a line first uttered by Bert Lahr in the 1944 film Meet the People. When the character of Snagglepuss was used for a series of Kellogg's cereal television commercials in the 1960s, Lahr filed a lawsuit, claiming that the similarity of the Snagglepuss voice to his own might cause viewers to falsely conclude that Lahr was endorsing the product. As part of the settlement, the disclaimer "Snagglepuss voice by Daws Butler" was required to appear on each commercial, thus making Butler one of the few voice artists to receive a screen credit in a TV commercial.
  • Snagglepuss is a Hanna-Barbera cartoon character created in 1959, a pink Anthropomorphic mountain lion sporting an upturned collar, shirt cuffs and a string tie. He is voiced by Daws Butler, and is best known for his famous catchphrase, "Heavens to Murgatroyd!", along with phrases such as "Exit, stage left!" Snagglepuss was originally known as "Snaggletooth" (a pink lion precursor).
  • Snagglepuss is an animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions that debuted in syndication on January 30, 1961 and ran for 32 episodes as a segment of The Yogi Bear Show, until January 6, 1962. In 1992 the series began airing in reruns on Cartoon Network. In 2001 the series also started airing on Cartoon Network's sister channel Boomerang, where it still airs on occasion.
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