The Double Dealing Diamond MissionThe Double Dealing Diamond Mission (1972) Season 1 Episode 102- The Houndcats Cartoon Episode Guide
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- Traditional Animation
- DePatie-Freleng Enterprises
- Distributed by: Viacom
- Cartoon Characters: Stutz, Mussel-Mutt, Rhubarb, Putty-Puss, Ding-Dog, Sparkplug.
- Voice Actors: Michael Bell, Aldo Ray, Arte Johnson, Joe Besser, Stu Gilliam, Daws Butler, Don Messick.
- Directed By Brad Case, Sid Marcus, Robert McKimson, Spencer Peel.
- Produced By David H. DePatie, Isadore Freleng, Joe Ruby, Ken Spears.
- Animated By Don Williams, Manny Gould, Ken Muse, Norm McCabe, Bob Richardson, Warren Batchelder, John Gibbs, Jim Davis, Bob Matz, Bob Bransford, Reuben Timmins, Bob Bemiller, Robert McKimson; more Animators ...
- Written By Woody Kling, Tom Dagenais, Don Christensen.
- Music: Doug Goodwin, Eric Rogers.
- Editor: Joe Siracusa, Roger Donley, Allan R. Potter, Rick Steward, Lee Gunther; more Editors ...
- First Aired on September 16, 1972.
- Originally Aired on NBC-TV (USA).
- Running Time: 30 minutes.
- Episode Number: 102
- Season: 1
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Cartoon Production Information:
The Houndcats took Mission: Impossible and moved it to the American West (a move already made in primetime by the short-lived The Bearcats). Despite the title, not every member of this secret government crime fighting team was a cat. Stutz, the... (more)
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