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The Monster Master

The Monster Master

The Monster Master (1966) The Monster Master

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  • Distributed by: 20th Century Fox
  • Cartoon Characters: James Hound, Ms. Q, Chop Chop, Mr. Big.
  • Originally Released in Jul of 1966 (Estimate).

  • Technicolor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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The Monster Maker

Posted: November 29, 2003

I Veel Rool Ze Vorld!

James Hound was a rather obvious ripoff of the James Bond movie series.
James Hound cartoons began with the campy "secret agent" theme and the jazz music sound track became the earmark of the series. The voice of Hound was a more wooden, Americanized version of Sean Connery's monotone voice.
In this episode, Hound encounters the evil Mr. Big, who is creating these big monsters. Hound finds the hideout, a haunted castle, where Big is creating these monsters.
As usual, he bumbles his way around and fate eventually wins the day, while he is there to take the credit from the Chief.
James Hound is one of my favorite characters from the TerryToon days. Great show and the jazz music during the chase scene is "boss."

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