History WesternAnimation / MrMagoo

24th Feb '17 8:52:56 AM TonyG
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* ThrillerOnTheExpress: "Magoo's Express".
17th Feb '17 9:56:02 AM TonyG
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* OnlyALighter: In "Magoo's Express", Magoo flashes a gun lighter to a lady spy.
5th Feb '17 8:53:39 AM jamespolk
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One of Magoo's shorts, "WesternAnimation/WhenMagooFlew", is not only an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward winning short, but also a runner-up on The50GreatestCartoons list.

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One of Magoo's Two Magoo shorts, "WesternAnimation/WhenMagooFlew", "WesternAnimation/WhenMagooFlew" and "WesternAnimation/MagoosPuddleJumper", won the Oscar for [[UsefulNotes/AcademyAwardForBestAnimatedShortFilm best animated short]]. "When Magoo Flew" is not only an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward winning short, but also a runner-up on The50GreatestCartoons list.
4th Feb '17 9:21:05 PM jamespolk
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One of Magoo's shorts, "When Magoo Flew", is not only an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward winning short, but also a runner-up on The50GreatestCartoons list.

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One of Magoo's shorts, "When Magoo Flew", "WesternAnimation/WhenMagooFlew", is not only an UsefulNotes/AcademyAward winning short, but also a runner-up on The50GreatestCartoons list.



* EpisodeOnAPlane: The Oscar-winning "When Magoo Flew".
29th Dec '16 2:57:50 PM TonyG
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* BearyFunny: In "Ragtime Bear".

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* BearyFunny: In "Ragtime Bear".Bear" and "Grizzly Golfer".
3rd Sep '16 9:02:39 PM MHarrington
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* BearyFunny: In ''Ragtime Bear''.

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* BearyFunny: In ''Ragtime Bear''."Ragtime Bear".
3rd Sep '16 8:59:47 PM MHarrington
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* BearyFunny: In ''Ragtime Bear''.



* BlindWithoutEm: Not only is Magoo blind without glasses, he never had 'em in the first place. This is the cause of much of his trademark comedy, although it is toned down somewhat when he is portraying a character other than himself, such Ebenezer Scrooge. The original shorts revealed that Magoo uses a huge magnifiying glass when he's reading at home and owns a pair of glasses, but refuses to wear them out of stubborn pride.

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* BlindWithoutEm: Not only is Magoo blind without glasses, he never had 'em in the first place. This is the cause of much of his trademark comedy, although it is toned down somewhat when he is portraying a character other than himself, such Ebenezer Scrooge. The original shorts revealed that Magoo uses a huge magnifiying magnifying glass when he's reading at home and owns a pair of glasses, but refuses to wear them out of stubborn pride.
27th Jul '16 5:52:53 PM nombretomado
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Quincy Magoo, a nearsighted old gentleman voiced by character actor [[Series/GilligansIsland Jim Backus]], created in the waning years of UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, is the most popular character created by the [[ColumbiaCartoons UPA animation studio]]. Most of the humor in Mr. Magoo's cartoons came from his [[BlindMistake visual handicap]] and his staunch refusal to acknowledge it. Aside from his theatrical shorts and assorted TV specials, Mr. Magoo has appeared in:

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Quincy Magoo, a nearsighted old gentleman voiced by character actor [[Series/GilligansIsland Jim Backus]], created in the waning years of UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, is the most popular character created by the [[ColumbiaCartoons [[Creator/ColumbiaCartoons UPA animation studio]]. Most of the humor in Mr. Magoo's cartoons came from his [[BlindMistake visual handicap]] and his staunch refusal to acknowledge it. Aside from his theatrical shorts and assorted TV specials, Mr. Magoo has appeared in:
22nd Apr '16 12:19:16 PM DrNoPuma
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* WarmHeartedWalrus: The cartoon "Fuddy Duddy Buddy" has Magoo mistake a walrus from the zoo for his old friend Bottomley and take him out for a game of tennis. When a detective takes the walrus back, Magoo is at first disheartened at the revelation, but then decides that "I don't care if he ''is'' a walrus. I like him!" At the end, Magoo is having dinner with the walrus, while Bottomley has somehow taken the walrus' place in the zoo.
23rd Mar '16 10:17:52 AM zoop
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* AccidentalVentriloquism: A typical gag involved Mr. Magoo talking to a lamp post or other object, while the actual person talking would be nearby, unaware of the confusion.
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