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Alternate Title: Clean is Keen

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  • 1976
  • Filmation Associates, Bill Cosby Productions
  • Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Fat Albert, Rudy, Mushmouth, Dumb Donald, Bill, Mudfoot, Russell, Bucky, Weird Harold, Suede Simpson.
  • Vocal Talent: Bill Cosby (Fat Albert, Mushmouth, Mudfoot), Jan Crawford (Russell, Bucky), Gerald Edwards (Weird Harold), Eric Suter (Rudy), Lou Scheimer (Dumb Donald), Demetra McHenry, Erika Carroll, Lane Vaux.
  • Directed By Hal Sutherland.
    Live Action Sequences Director: Arthur H. Nadel.
    Creative Director: Don Christensen.
  • Produced By Lou Scheimer, Norm Prescott.
    Executive Producer: William H. Cosby Jr.
  • Animated By Zeon Davush, Jack Ozark, Otto Feur, William Pratt, Ed Friedman, Virgil Raddatz, Fred Grable, Len Rogers, Lou Kachivas, Larry Silverman, Marsha Lamore, Hank Smith, Casey Onaitis, Ed Solomon, Lou Zukor.
    Animation Directors: Rudy Larriva, Don Towsley.
  • Written By Bill Danch, Jim Ryan.
  • Edited By Doreen Dixon, Jim Blodgett.
    Edting Supervisor: Joseph Simon.

Additional Crew:

  • Creative Director: Don Christensen.
  • Storyboard Supervision: Kay Wright.
  • Storyboards: Sherman Labby, Paul Fennell.
  • Layout Supervision: Herb Hazelton, Albert de Mello.
  • Key Assistants: Mike Hazy, Ed Haney.
  • Layouts: George Goode, Lorna Smith, Wes Herschensohn, Mario Piluso, Bob Kline, Wendell Washer, John Perry, Jim Willoughby.
  • Director of Color: Ervin Kaplan.
  • Background Artists: Tom O'Laughlin, Curtiss Perkins, Don Peters.
  • Checking Supervision: Marion Turk.
  • Xerography Supervision: John Remmel.
  • Paint Supervision: Betty Brooks.
  • Camera Supervision: Robert Pope.
  • Camera: Thane Berti, Joe Ponticelle, F.T. Ziegler.
  • Music and Sound Effects: Horta-Mahana Corp.
  • Color: Technicolor.
  • Film Coordinator: June Gilham.
  • Feature Songs Produced by: Richard Delvy, Ed Fournier.
  • Background Music by: Yvette Blais, Jeff Michael.
  • Music Publisher: Shermley Music Co. A.S.C.A.P.
  • Educational Advisory Panel: Dr. Gordon L. Berry, Dr. Norma Feshbach, Dr. Seymour Feshbach, Dr. Thomas LaBelle, Dr. Gloria Powell, Dr. James Sackett, Mrs. Gloria Searls.

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Russell and Fat Albert have to tell their friend Suede Simpson that he needs to take a bath. The well-dressed Lothario learns the value of personal hygiene when...  (more)

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This was an interesting and unusual episode for it's bluntness. Here Fat Albert and co. deal with a kid named Suede Simpson who think's he's cool, but is actually a local joke because he does nor bathe. Russell finally stops "beating around...  (read more)

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I think that the song "Soap And Water", made this one of the best episodes ever. I also think that because of russel's usual blunt honesty the show had to be a hit with all fans of the show.
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