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The U.S. Civil War, Part 1

The U.S. Civil War, Part 1 (1998) Season 1 Episode 102- Histeria! Cartoon Episode Guide The U.S. Civil War, Part 1

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  • Histeria! Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Aka Pella, Big Fat Baby, Charity Bazaar, Cho-Cho, Father Time, Fetch, Froggo, Loud Kiddington, Lucky Bob, Lydia Karaoke, Miss Information, Mr. Smartypants, Pepper Mills, Toast, World's Oldest Woman, Pule Howser, Susana Susquahanna, Molly Pitcher, Joan of Arc, Martha Lincoln, Napoleon Bonaparte, Statue of Liberty, Sam Melman, Bill Straitman, Horse, Chit Chatterson, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Confucius, Attila the Hun, Christopher Columbus, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Nostradamus, Merlin, Sergei Eisenstein, Julius Caesar, General Ulysses Simpson Grant, Marc Antony, Attila the Hun, Renaissance Man.
  • Originally Released in 1998.
  • Season: 1
  • Color
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Abe Lincoln provides a monologue, and gives a Histeria version of the Gettysburg Address. The Histeria gang also listens in to the Hits of the 1860s and The Emancipation Proclamation Hoedown.

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