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  • 1963
  • Paramount Cartoon Studios
  • Paramount Studios
  • Beetle Bailey Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Beetle Bailey, Sergeant Snorkle, Otto, General Halftrack, Lieutenant Cosmo, Private Rocky, Private Zero, Lieutenant Fuzz.
  • Vocal Talent: Howard Morris (Beetle Bailey, General Halftrack, Lt. Fuzz), Allen Melvin (Sergeant Snorkle, Private Zero, Otto).
  • Directed By Steve Muffatti.
  • Produced By Joseph Oriolo, Pat Sullivan.
    Executive Producer: Al Brodax.
  • Animated By George Rufle.
  • Edited By Fred White.
  • Settings: Frank Dorso.
  • Camera Operator: William Heins.

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Cartoon Summary:

Sergeant Snorkle gets KP fever and assigns everyone to KP. The boys fix up some deathly hot chili for him! Beetle ruins Cookie's prize chili and breaks all the dishes. In desperation, Cookie tries to send him back...  (more)

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