Beany and Cecil

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Beany and Cecil is an animated television series created by Bob Clampett for the American Broadcasting Company.wikipedia
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Bob Clampett

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Beany and Cecil is an animated television series created by Bob Clampett for the American Broadcasting Company.
Robert Emerson Clampett (May 8, 1913 – May 2, 1984) was an American animator, producer, director, and puppeteer best known for his work on the Looney Tunes animated series from Warner Bros., and the television shows Time for Beany and Beany and Cecil.

Time for Beany

The cartoon was based on the television puppet show Time for Beany, which Clampett produced for Paramount Pictures company and its Paramount Television Network beginning 1949.
It was created by animator Bob Clampett, who later reused its main characters for the animated series Beany and Cecil.

The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil

During 1988, the show was revived as The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil by DiC Entertainment.
The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil was a revival of Bob Clampett's Beany and Cecil.

Jim MacGeorge

He is probably best known for his voice roles as Beany Boy, Crowy and Uncle Captain Horatio K. Huffenpuff in Beany and Cecil, Oliver Hardy in the Laurel and Hardy cartoon series, Crazy Claws in The Kwicky Koala Show, Bort in The Mighty Orbots, Wimper in Clue Club and as Dr. Wilmer Scarab in Bionic Six.

Billy West

This version of the show was produced and directed by John Kricfalusi, who would later create The Ren and Stimpy Show, and made use of voices from Billy West, who also did voices for the characters Ren (for season 3 and later) and Stimpy.
He left the radio station in 1988 to work on the short-lived revival of Beany and Cecil, which was his first role in television.

Mark Hildreth (actor)

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Active as an actor since 1986, Hildreth has provided voiceovers since the age of 10, when he was cast as the voice of Beany in DiC Entertainment's production of Beany and Cecil.

Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap

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The term "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" is an homage to the cartoon Beany and Cecil, which Angus watched when he was a child.

Matty Mattel

named for "Matty Mattel" the animated spokesperson for its primary sponsor Mattel Toys company.
Cartoon shorts of Casper the Friendly Ghost, Beany and Cecil and Harvey Cartoons were a big part of the show... in-between Mattel toy commercials were duly shown.

Lord Buckley

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In 1959, he voiced the beatnik character Go Man Van Gogh in "Wildman of Wildsville", an episode of the Bob Clampett animated series Beany and Cecil.

Matty's Funday Funnies

On 11 October 1959, the animated series was introduced as Matty's Funday Funnies.
On January 6, 1962, the program was replaced with a new Matty's series titled Matty's Funnies with Beany and Cecil, featuring Bob Clampett's Beany and Cecil.

Beanie (seamed cap)

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The propeller beanie increased in popular use through comics and eventually made its way onto the character of Beany Boy of Beany and Cecil.

Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (song)

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The AC/DC song "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" is titled after the business cards of character Dishonest John, which read "Dirty deeds done dirt cheap. Holidays, Sundays and special rates."
The phrase "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" is an homage to the cartoon Beany and Cecil, which Angus Young watched when he was a child.

Beatnik

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Similarly, the Beany and Cecil cartoon series also had a beatnik character, Go Man Van Gogh (aka "The Wildman"), who often lives in the jungle and paints various pictures and backgrounds to fool his enemies, first appearing in the episode, "The Wildman of Wildsville."

List of Imperial Guard members

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Marvel Comics has a minor character code-named Warstar who is actually two separate aliens named "B'nee" and "C'cil".

Mickey Katz

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Katz supplied the voice of the character Hop-a-Long Catskill on the Beany and Cecil cartoon series on ABC-TV in 1962.

Puppetry

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The cartoon was based on the television puppet show Time for Beany, which Clampett produced for Paramount Pictures company and its Paramount Television Network beginning 1949.

Paramount Pictures

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The cartoon was based on the television puppet show Time for Beany, which Clampett produced for Paramount Pictures company and its Paramount Television Network beginning 1949.

Paramount Television Network

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The cartoon was based on the television puppet show Time for Beany, which Clampett produced for Paramount Pictures company and its Paramount Television Network beginning 1949.

The Jetsons

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Along with The Jetsons and The Flintstones, it was one of the first three color television series by the ABC television network (the initial season, though, was originally shown in black and white, as ABC was unable to broadcast color programs until September 1962).

The Flintstones

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Along with The Jetsons and The Flintstones, it was one of the first three color television series by the ABC television network (the initial season, though, was originally shown in black and white, as ABC was unable to broadcast color programs until September 1962).

The Lost World (1925 film)

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Clampett allegedly originated the idea for Cecil when he was a boy after seeing the top half of the dinosaur swimming from the water at the end of the 1925 movie The Lost World.

Stan Freberg

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Time for Beany, based on puppets, featured the talents of veteran voice actors Stan Freberg as Cecil and Dishonest John, and Daws Butler as Beany and Uncle Captain.

Daws Butler

Time for Beany, based on puppets, featured the talents of veteran voice actors Stan Freberg as Cecil and Dishonest John, and Daws Butler as Beany and Uncle Captain.