History WesternAnimation / BeanyAndCecil

18th Apr '17 1:10:35 AM jedidarrick
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--->'''Captain Huffenpuff:''' "We've cut through the Sandwich Islands and saw the Thousand Islands dressing. And now we've reached our destination: No Bikini Atoll!"
--->'''Cecil:''' "NO BIKINI ATOLL!? WOOOOOW!!"

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--->'''Captain -->'''Captain Huffenpuff:''' "We've cut through the Sandwich Islands and saw the Thousand Islands dressing. And now we've reached our destination: No Bikini Atoll!"
--->'''Cecil:''' -->'''Cecil:''' "NO BIKINI ATOLL!? WOOOOOW!!"
2nd Jan '17 9:06:18 PM WileK209
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* AnimationBump: Happens quite a bit, often at least OnceAnEpisode, which is rare for a made-for-TV cartoon from the early 60s (most likely due to Bob Clampett running the series.)



* ContentWarning: In the scene of ''So What, And The Seven Whatknots'', When Dishonest John got electrocuted by the stage lights, He pauses the pain to tell kids "You think there's too much violence on television." Then continues the pain.

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* ContentWarning: In the scene of ''So What, And The Seven Whatknots'', When Dishonest John got electrocuted by the stage lights, He pauses the pain to tell kids "You think there's too much violence on television." television?" Then continues the pain.pain. This same gag is repeated in ''Beany and the Boo-Birds'' (a Boo-Bird glances to the audience to ask them the question after Cecil gets a CranialEruption from a literal hammerhead shark) and ''D.J. the D.J.'' (after Cecil and one of his dog singer sidekicks both literally crack up, leaving Cecil's mouth floating in the air to say the question.)
30th Aug '16 12:30:48 AM ElectroKraken
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* AbsenteeActor: ''None'' of the main characters appear in "There's No Such Thing as a Sea Serpent", a MusicalEpisode featuring a one-time character named Snorky.
** This is reflected in the opening title. Rather than singing "Now here's Beany and Cecil in..." it's altered to have it sung "Now it's Snorking Snorkle in..."
** They also don't appear in the Harecules Hare episodes.
10th Apr '16 8:39:17 AM Prfnoff
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A classic television cartoon series produced and directed by former WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes director Creator/BobClampett, '''''Beany and Cecil''''' covers the escapades of an adventurous boy named Beany, and his friend, a sea-sick serpent named Cecil, as they get into all sorts of trouble across the world with Beany's treasure-hunting Uncle Huffenpuff and their enemy, Dishonest John.

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A classic television cartoon series produced and directed by former WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes director Creator/BobClampett, '''''Beany ''Beany and Cecil''''' Cecil'' covers the escapades of an adventurous boy named Beany, and his friend, a sea-sick serpent named Cecil, as they get into all sorts of trouble across the world with Beany's treasure-hunting Uncle Huffenpuff and their enemy, Dishonest John.
28th Mar '16 3:17:16 AM looneynightmare
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** They also don't appear in the Harecules Hare episodes.
23rd Feb '16 4:59:56 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* RebusBubble: The little alien Beepin' Tom (featured in ''Ain't I A Little Singer?''), whose dialogue consists of rebuses, as shown in standard comic book dialogue balloons ("O", buoy, arrow pointing towards a Joker card and a "s" and some nuts, which reads as "Oh boy, this joker's nuts," referring to Dishonest John).

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* RebusBubble: The little alien Beepin' Tom (featured in ''Ain't I A Little Singer?''), Stinger?''), whose dialogue consists of rebuses, as shown in standard comic book dialogue balloons ("O", buoy, arrow pointing towards a Joker card and a "s" and some nuts, which reads as "Oh boy, this joker's nuts," referring to Dishonest John).
23rd Feb '16 4:58:54 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* RebusBubble: The little alien Beepin' Tom, whose dialogue consists of rebuses, as shown in standard comic book dialogue balloons ("O", buoy, arrow pointing towards a Joker card and a "s" and some nuts, which reads as "Oh boy, this joker's nuts," referring to Dishonest John).

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* RebusBubble: The little alien Beepin' Tom, Tom (featured in ''Ain't I A Little Singer?''), whose dialogue consists of rebuses, as shown in standard comic book dialogue balloons ("O", buoy, arrow pointing towards a Joker card and a "s" and some nuts, which reads as "Oh boy, this joker's nuts," referring to Dishonest John).
17th Feb '16 6:28:14 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* ContentWarning: In the scene of ''So What, And The Seven Whatknots'', When Dishonest John got electrocuted by the stage lights, He pauses the pain to tell kids "You think there's too much violence on television." Then continues the pain.
6th Feb '16 11:44:45 PM nombretomado
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* TheDarkAgeOfAnimation
2nd Feb '16 10:11:40 AM BuddyBoy600alt
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[[caption-width-right:350:Now here's Beany and Cecil in, A Creator/BobClampett Car-tooooOOOOON!]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Now here's Beany and Cecil in, A Whole Half-Hour Creator/BobClampett Car-tooooOOOOON!]]
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