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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, Spot.
  • Originally Released in Mar 24, 1962 (Estimate).

  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Captain Huffenpuff asks Beany and Cecil to try and capture Spot The Leopard and remove the spots from the cat for a museum. The pair has a hard time in trying to find Spot, actually a toothless old cat that thinks he is a dangerous creature. Despite using recorded leopard sound effects, fake bones, a muscular leopard suit and sharp false teeth, the deception doesn't fool Cecil and the cat finally relents and allows our two heroes to remove old Spot's spots with their old fashioned spot remover. Triumphant, the trio returns to the Leaking Lena and to civilization with the spots.

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