History WesternAnimation / CrusaderRabbit

30th Jan '16 8:17:42 AM nombretomado
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A total of 195 episodes were produced and released between 1949 and 1951. A second series of ''Crusader Rabbit'' cartoons, this time in color, was produced for {{syndication}} in 1957. Another 260 episodes were released. This was after Ward and Anderson lost the rights to the characters to series bankroller Jerry Fairbanks, who had Creston Films make this second batch.

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A total of 195 episodes were produced and released between 1949 and 1951. A second series of ''Crusader Rabbit'' cartoons, this time in color, was produced for {{syndication}} UsefulNotes/{{syndication}} in 1957. Another 260 episodes were released. This was after Ward and Anderson lost the rights to the characters to series bankroller Jerry Fairbanks, who had Creston Films make this second batch.
1st Sep '15 4:48:14 PM tvinsomne
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* LimitedAnimation: In the first seasons episode ([[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3hHQvkUhJo like the first one]]), except for the intro (the titular character appear wearing an armour and riding a horse like a knight) and the brief scenes where Crusader and Rags are walking, only the mouths of the characters are really animated, and the rest are static drawings described for the narrator.
8th Dec '14 9:10:34 AM CBCook55
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* RighteousRabbit


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* WhiteBunny
24th Jul '14 12:52:03 PM HYUGSADHIJ
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24th Jul '14 3:03:07 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Lucille Bliss, who voiced Crusader in the black-and-white episodes, would later voice [[WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs Smurfette]].
24th Nov '12 7:08:36 AM tropower
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One of the first AnimatedSeries produced for television, ''Crusader Rabbit'' was created by Jay Ward and Alex Anderson in 1948, and subsequently sold to Creator/{{NBC}}. It featured the serialized adventures of a rabbit and his tiger sidekick, Ragland T. Tiger (Rags for short).

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One of (if not [[UrExample the]]) the first AnimatedSeries produced for television, ''Crusader Rabbit'' was created by Jay Ward and Alex Anderson in 1948, and subsequently sold to Creator/{{NBC}}. It featured the serialized adventures of a rabbit and his tiger sidekick, Ragland T. Tiger (Rags for short).
16th Nov '12 5:07:38 PM Ghost101
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Lucille Bliss, who voiced Crusader in the black-and-white episodes, would later voice Smurfette.

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* HeyItsThatVoice: Lucille Bliss, who voiced Crusader in the black-and-white episodes, would later voice Smurfette.[[WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs Smurfette]].
25th Aug '12 8:50:50 AM FELH2
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One of the first AnimatedSeries produced for television, ''Crusader Rabbit'' was created by Jay Ward and Alex Anderson in 1948, and subsequently sold to {{NBC}}. It featured the serialized adventures of a rabbit and his tiger sidekick, Ragland T. Tiger (Rags for short).

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One of the first AnimatedSeries produced for television, ''Crusader Rabbit'' was created by Jay Ward and Alex Anderson in 1948, and subsequently sold to {{NBC}}.Creator/{{NBC}}. It featured the serialized adventures of a rabbit and his tiger sidekick, Ragland T. Tiger (Rags for short).
22nd Aug '12 12:09:46 AM Byzantine
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A second series of ''Crusader Rabbit'' cartoons, this time in color, was produced for {{syndication}} in 1957. This was after Ward and Anderson lost the rights to the characters to series bankroller Jerry Fairbanks, who had Creston Films make this second batch.

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A total of 195 episodes were produced and released between 1949 and 1951. A second series of ''Crusader Rabbit'' cartoons, this time in color, was produced for {{syndication}} in 1957.1957. Another 260 episodes were released. This was after Ward and Anderson lost the rights to the characters to series bankroller Jerry Fairbanks, who had Creston Films make this second batch.
4th May '12 5:31:53 PM movie007
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One of the first AnimatedSeries produced for television, ''Crusader Rabbit'' was created by Jay Ward and Alex Anderson in 1948, and subsequently sold to {{NBC}}. It featured the serialized adventures of a rabbit and his tiger sidekick, Ragland T. Tiger (Rags for short).

Anderson's original intent was not to create a rabbit or tiger character, but to create characters whose personalities were contrary to their appearance. The rabbit was conceived by Ward as a crusading Don Quixote. Some of the earliest episodes can be found in the Internet Archive's Moving Picture Collection.

A second series of ''Crusader Rabbit'' cartoons, this time in color, was produced for {{syndication}} in 1957. This was after Ward and Anderson lost the rights to the characters to series bankroller Jerry Fairbanks, who had Creston Films make this second batch.
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This series provides examples of:
* AnimatedSeries
* CliffHanger
* DastardlyWhiplash: Crusader and Rags' arch-nemesis Dudley Nightshade.
* HeyItsThatVoice: Lucille Bliss, who voiced Crusader in the black-and-white episodes, would later voice Smurfette.
* TalkingAnimal
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