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Clampett hired Vivian Dandridge,the sister of black American actress and singer Dorothy Dandridge to voice “So White” and then hired Ruby Dandridge, Dorothy and Vivian’s mother, to voice the wicked Queen.

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Neighbor Peevey noses his way into position to get wind of the fact that if Bubba doesn’t lose weight, the trade is imminent. For a man of his low ethical character, this presents the perfect opportunity for skullduggery – keep Bubba fat, and the neighborhood can be “savageless”. Having seeming access to unlimited financial resources to accomplish his aim, Peevey obtains an ice cream truck, and disguises as a driver. Pulling the truck right into Bubba’s driveway, Peevey knocks on Bubba’s door in the middle of the night, claiming his truck broke down, and asking to park it in the driveway until morning. He tells Bubba that the cargo will melt overnight, so he can help himself to all the ice cream he can eat – including the irresistible “tutti-fruitti”. Just to add frosting to the cake, a ring at Bubba’s back door presents another surprise visitor – a girl scout (Peevey in drag) with a box chock full of cookies. Peevey leaves the box with Bubba while asking for no remuneration (claiming “she” hasn’t got change, and will come back for the purchase price in the morning). Bubba thinks he’s dreaming – but knows he needs help. He calls Huddles, who insists Bubba must be hallucinating from hunger. Huddles tells him to ignore it all. But a mystery briefcase plops in at the window, with a tape player inside as in an episode of “Mission Impossible”. Bubba’s mission, should he decide to accept, is to eat a steaming hot helping of spaghetti and meatballs in a second compartment of the suitcase, before the suitcase self-destructs. Bubba frantically calls Huddles again. Huddles is so sure this has to be a dream, he tells Bubba that if it’ll make him happy, he can eat the imaginary food. At that moment, the suitcase explodes – and a few strands of spaghetti land in Huddles room through the window. This is no dream. “Don’t do ir!”, shouts Huddles, and flies out of the house for a quick interception before Bubba (singing a lyric from “The Impossible Dream”) can sink teeth into any remaining meatballs. Huddles has no idea where Bubba got the food, but spends most of the night adding additional precautions – in the form of boarding up all the windows and doors of Bubba’s house, and standing guard with Freight Train to patrol the grounds to see that no new supplies enter. Peevey is again one step ahead of the boys, and sets up in his backyard a mortar launcher. He launches a test shot above the guarding patrol’s heads, into the chimney of Bubba’s home. The first can has a note tied to it, announcing that “a friend” is about to commence operation food-drop. Suddenly, a barrage of canned food, cheeses, salami, and even a little wine, drops down the chimney. “There is a Santy Claus”, reacts Bubba.

It’s a pretty short test, but interesting to see. It appears to have been animated by New York veterans Myron Waldman and Bill Sturm. I’m not sure who else worked on it, if anyone, but it was produced as a demo to show ITT.Rugs Set

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From the photos, the Arcade1Up edition looks to be a pretty spot-on clone of the original, albeit with a mysterious trackball in the middle that no one seems to know the purpose of. The prevailing theory is that Simpsons Bowling is being included as a second game — the only other time the characters were arcade stars.

Atom Ant (Hanna-Barbera, 1965-66) was another product of its times. Although Hanna-Barbera at least had the good sense not to allow subliminal message to dominate over entertainment value, and thus allowed the films to at least rank about average in plot and gag content for similar H-B productions of the period, as well as to benefit from the quality vocal reads of Howard Morris, the series did place a notable emphasis upon physical fitness that couldn’t be easily avoided. Right from the opening title card, our hero was depicted lifting a set of barbells a hundred times his size over his head in a gymnasium. (Ants in real life are known to lift objects many times their size – still, I’ve never seen a real anthill filled with gym equipment.) Our weekly visits into Atom’s secret subterranean headquarters would generally find the diminutive hero spending most of his spare time exercising and lifting weights to stay in top physical shape. In fact, there was never a secret origin story as to Atom’s tremendous strength, nor any suggestion but his name that might infer that he was the result of genetic mutation through radiation. Instead, a message permeated the series that his great strength had been purely the result of a daily exercise regimen and clean living. (This was surprising, considering that a small number of episodes revealed that Atom had one weakness – picnic lunches, which would apparently cause him to binge-overeat if he was not careful.

Clampett was responsible for the very much still-controversial cartoon short, Coal Black and De Sebben Dwarfs (1943). It is a modern parody retelling of the Disney version of the timeless classic of Snow White but with black caricatures.

“It was those kinds of things they censored and so much more for seemingly no reason. As Captain Huffenpuff said about Beanyland: ‘This place wasn’t built by a mouse; it was built for mice!'”

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