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  • 1964
  • UPA
  • Columbia Pictures
  • The Famous Adventures of Mister Magoo Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: William Tell Magoo, Walter Magoo, Gessler.
  • Vocal Talent: Jim Backus (Mr. Magoo), Marvin Miller (William Tell's Father), Johnny Coons, Dick Kleiner, Shepard Menken, Benny Rubin, Robie Lester, Paul Frees, Howard Morris.
  • Directed By Abe Levitow.
  • Produced By Lee Orgel.
    Executive Producer: Henry G. Saperstein.
  • Written By Barbara Chain.
    Story: Al Bertino, Dick Kinney.
  • Backgrounds: Bob Abrams.

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William Tell Magoo goes shopping for his son Walter's birthday gift in their Swiss village. Cornered by the Austrian dictator Gessler, Magoo is told to shoot an apple off of his son's head. With great reluctance, Magoo fulls of the dangerous feat, and then he...  (more)

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