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Barefaced Flatfoot (1951) - Mister Magoo Theatrical Cartoon Series Barefaced Flatfoot

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  • 1951
  • UPA Productions
  • Columbia Pictures
  • Mister Magoo Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Mr. Magoo, Waldo.
  • Vocal Talent: Jim Backus (Mr. Magoo), Jerry Hausner (Waldo), Daws Butler (Waldo).
  • Directed By John Hubley.
  • Produced By John Hubley.
    Executive Producer: Stephen Bosustow.
  • Animated By Pat Matthews, Rudy Larriva, Frank Smith, Art Babbitt, Cecil Surry.
  • Written By Phil Eastman, Bill Scott.

Additional Crew:

  • Design: Abe Liss.
  • Color: Jules Engel.
  • Unit Manager: Sherman Glas.
  • Production Manager: Herb Klynn.

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Cartoon Summary:

Magoo's nephew, Waldo, crashes his uncle's car into a pole. He needs $100 to fix the damage. Magoo, suspicious of Waldo's need for $100 and engrossed in detective...  (more)

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