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Trapeze, Pleeze

Trapeze, Pleeze

Trapeze, Pleeze (1960) - Heckle and Jeckle Theatrical Cartoon Series Trapeze, Pleeze

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TerryToon Cartoons, CBS Films Roy Halee Connie Rasinski Bill Weiss Philip A. Scheib
  • 1960
  • TerryToon Cartoons, CBS Films
  • 20th Century Fox
  • Heckle and Jeckle Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Heckle, Jeckle, Dimwit, Ms. Hippo.
  • Vocal Talent: Roy Halee (Heckle, Jeckle).
  • Directed By Connie Rasinski.
  • Produced By Bill Weiss.
  • Animated By Larry Silverman, Eddie Donnelly, Johnny Gent, Cosmo Anzilotti.
  • Written By George Atkins.

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  • Story Supervisor: Tom Morrison.
  • Backgrounds: John Zago, Bill Focht.
  • Production Manager: Frank Schudde.

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Struggling matrimony agents Heckle & Jeckle get one last chance to find a bride for a well-to-do client, a hippo girl. The father of the 400-pound girl offers...  (more)

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"Trapeze Please" is pretty dire. It was made during the worst period in American animation (1958-1975) when most of the great cartoon studios had either gone under or severely retrenched, and the grossly overrated Chuck Jones had parted company with...  (read more)

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