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  • Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Tennessee Tuxedo, Chumley, Stanley Livingston, Flunky, Phineas J. Whoopie, Yak, Baldy, Jeroba Jump, Mayor Of Megopolis.
  • Originally Released in 1963.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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The first season combined new episodes of "Tennessee Tuxedo" with repeated segments of "The King and Odie," "The Hunter" and "Tooter Turtle" from "King Leonardo and His Short Subjects." The second season added first-run episodes of "The World of Commander McBragg ."

This was the first TV cartoon series to combine entertainment and education.

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I don't recall that many specific episodes of the show, but more so, the general feel of it, and that is as follows: it had a rather dry, sarcastic feel to it that could be understood by children. It also did not insult the learning capabilities of kids;...  (read more)

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