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Crusader And The Circus

Crusader And The Circus

Crusader And The Circus (1949) Episode 91 to 100- Crusader Rabbit Cartoon Episode Guide Crusader And The Circus

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Television Arts Productions, Jerry Fairbanks Productions Lucille Bliss, Vern Louden, Russ Coughlan, Roy Whaley Jay Ward Jay Ward, Alex Anderson, Jerry Fairbanks , , , Tom Stanford Sheldon Allman
  • 1949
  • Television Arts Productions, Jerry Fairbanks Productions
  • Crusader Rabbit Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Crusader Rabbit, Ragland T. (Rags) Tiger, Dudley Nightshade, Colonel E. Pluribus Truepenny, Whetstone Whiplash, Achilles the Heel.
  • Vocal Talent: Lucille Bliss (Crusader Rabbit), Vern Louden (Ragland T. Tiger), Russ Coughlan (Dudley Nightshade), Roy Whaley (Narrator).
  • Directed By Jay Ward.
  • Produced By Jay Ward, Alex Anderson.
    Executive Producer: Jerry Fairbanks.
  • Animated By Alex Anderson, Jay Ward.
  • Written By Lloyd Turner, Joe Curtin, Hal Goodman, Arthur North.
  • Edited By Tom Stanford.

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Rag's childhood home- Colonel E. Pluribus Truepenny's traveling circus- is in trouble: the Colonel is missing, and his will states the circus will go to evil...  (more)

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