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Bob Clampett Productions, Snowball Studios Jim MacGeorge, Irv Shoemaker Robert Clampett) Robert Clampett), A.C.R. Stone , , Jack Roberts, Hoyt Curtin, Bob Clampett, Sody Clampett, Bob Clampett.
  • 1962
  • Bob Clampett Productions, Snowball Studios
  • ABC Films
  • Beany and Cecil Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Beany Boy, Cecil the Sea-Sick Serpent, Captain Horatio Huffenpuff, Dishonest John, Rin-Tin-Can, Willy the Wolf.
  • Vocal Talent: Jim MacGeorge (Beany, Huffenpuff), Irv Shoemaker (Cecil, Dishonest John).
  • Directed By Robert Clampett (as Robert Clampett (as Bob Clampett)).
  • Produced By Robert Clampett (as Robert Clampett (as Bob Clampett)).
    Executive Producer: A.C.R. Stone.
  • Animated By Bud Hester, Bill Nunes.
  • Written By Dale Hale, Robert CLAMPett (as Robert CLAMPett (as Bob CLAMPett)), Jack Kinney.

Additional Crew:



  • Layouts: Al Stetter, Art Scott, Terrell Stapp.
  • Checking: Marie Perkins.
  • Sound: Ryder Sound Services Corp.

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Ham actor Willy the Wolf has lost his movie career to a cantankerous mechanical dog!

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