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So What And The Seven Whatnots

So What And The Seven Whatnots (1962) - Beany and Cecil Cartoon Episode Guide So What And The Seven Whatnots

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  • Beany and Cecil Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Distributed by: ABC Films
  • Cartoon Characters: Beany Boy, Cecil the Sea-Sick Serpent, Captain Horatio Huffenpuff, Dishonest John.
  • Originally Released in Feb 10, 1962 (Estimate).

  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Beany, Cecil and the Captain enter "Lost Wages" (Las Vegas) as they go into a jazz club that has a jazz band called "So What And The Seven Whatnots" (a parody of Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs). Along with So What (Snow White), the Seven Whatnots (Dwarfs) consist of caricatures of famous people. They are Stash-Do (Satchmo [Louis Armstrong]), Screw-Loose Latrec (Toulouse Lautrec), Dizzy R. Nez (Desi Arnaz), Elfis (Elvis), Harpsy McChord (Harpo Marx), Loverachi (Liberace) and Fred McFlurry (Fred McMurray). You also see a caricature of jazz singer Keely Smith ("Squeely Smith").

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