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''The Dick Tracy Show'' is an American animated TV series based on [[ComicStrip/DickTracy Chester Gould's comic strip crime fighter.]] The series was produced by UPA for {{syndication}} in the 1961/62 season. The series consisted of 130 five-minute episodes, and each station used its own on-camera presenter, usually dressed in a police uniform.
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''The Dick Tracy Show'' is an American animated TV series based on [[ComicStrip/DickTracy Chester Gould's comic strip crime fighter.]] The series was produced by UPA for {{syndication}} UsefulNotes/{{syndication}} in the 1961/62 season. The series consisted of 130 five-minute episodes, and each station used its own on-camera presenter, usually dressed in a police uniform.
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* OfficerOHara: Heap O'Calorie.
4th Feb '15 3:41:24 PM tracer
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* OncePerEpisode: '''"HOLD EVERYTHING!!"''' <<<<>>>> "... calling Dick Tracy, calling Dick Tracy..."
25th May '14 12:12:31 AM Delibird
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''The Dick Tracy Show'' is an American animated TV series based on [[ComicStrip/DickTracy Chester Gould's comic strip crime fighter.]] The series was produced by UPA for {{syndication}} in the 1961/62 season. The series consisted of 30 five-minute episodes, and each station used its own on-camera presenter, usually dressed in a police uniform.
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''The Dick Tracy Show'' is an American animated TV series based on [[ComicStrip/DickTracy Chester Gould's comic strip crime fighter.]] The series was produced by UPA for {{syndication}} in the 1961/62 season. The series consisted of 30 130 five-minute episodes, and each station used its own on-camera presenter, usually dressed in a police uniform.

* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: The villain, Pruneface has purple skin.
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* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: The One villain, Pruneface has purple skin. Oodles, another villain, has blue hair and light blue skin.
24th May '14 11:26:10 PM Delibird
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* Joe Jitsu, an Asian kung-fu master/detective * Go-Go Gomez, a lazy Mexican master of disguise who solved crimes from his hammock * Heap O'Calory, a stereotype Irish-American policeman * Hemlock Holmes, a British-accented bulldog who was accompanied by the Retouchables, a group similar to the Keystone Kops Despite the show's title, Dick Tracy usually appeared at the beginning of the cartoon to assign the case, then only twice more in each animated segment. Once would be in the middle of the action, when the good guy would shout, "Hold everything!" At that point all the action would freeze, and the hero would call Tracy on his two-way wrist radio to fill Tracy in on how things were progressing. The action would resume when Tracy radioed back, "...Over and out!" The last time Tracy would be seen was at the end, to praise his men for their good work. On rare occasions Tracy showed up on screen during the story to get involved. The series was revamped and re-syndicated in 1990 to take advantage of the publicity surrounding Warren Beatty's big screen version of the character. The Joe Jitsu and Go-Go Gomaz cartoons were initially rebroadcast as part of the package, although they were soon pulled and only Heap O'Calory and Hemlock Holmes cartoons remained.
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* Joe Jitsu, an Asian kung-fu master/detective master/detective. * Go-Go Gomez, a lazy laid-back Mexican master of disguise who solved crimes from his hammock could move surprisingly fast. * Heap O'Calory, a stereotype Irish-American policeman policeman. * Hemlock Holmes, a British-accented bulldog who was accompanied by the Retouchables, a group similar to the Keystone Kops Kops. Despite the show's title, Dick Tracy usually appeared at the beginning of the cartoon to assign the case, then only twice more in each animated segment. Once would be in the middle of the action, when the good guy would shout, "Hold everything!" At that point all the action would freeze, and the hero would call Tracy on his two-way wrist radio to fill Tracy in on how things were progressing. The action would resume when Tracy radioed back, "..."Six-two and even...Over and out!" The last time Tracy would be seen was at the end, to praise his men for their good work. On rare occasions Tracy showed up on screen during the story to get involved. The series was revamped and re-syndicated in 1990 to take advantage of the publicity surrounding Warren Beatty's big screen version of the character. The Joe Jitsu and Go-Go Gomaz Gomez cartoons were initially rebroadcast as part of the package, although they were soon pulled and only Heap O'Calory and Hemlock Holmes cartoons remained.

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* Joe Jitsu, an Asian kung-fu master/detective * OverlyLongName: Go-Go Gomez, a lazy Mexican master Gomez is fond of disguise who solved crimes from his hammock * Heap O'Calory, a stereotype Irish-American policeman * Hemlock Holmes, a British-accented bulldog who was accompanied by reminding the Retouchables, a group similar to the Keystone Kops Despite the show's title, Dick Tracy usually appeared at the beginning of the cartoon to assign the case, then only twice more in each animated segment. Once would be in the middle of the action, when the good guy would shout, "Hold everything!" At viewer that point all the action would freeze, and the hero would call Tracy on his two-way wrist radio to fill Tracy in on how things were progressing. The action would resume when Tracy radioed back, "...Over and out!" The last time Tracy would be seen was at the end, to praise his men for their good work. On rare occasions Tracy showed up on screen during the story to get involved. The series was revamped and re-syndicated in 1990 to take advantage of the publicity surrounding Warren Beatty's big screen version of the character. The Joe Jitsu and Go-Go Gomaz cartoons were initially rebroadcast as part of the package, although they were soon pulled and only Heap O'Calory and Hemlock Holmes cartoons remained.full name is "Manuel Tijuana Guadalajara Tampico Gomez ... Junior. -- [[AccentTropes I theenk]]."
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* BlondGuysAreEvil: Mumbles
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* DogStereotype: Hemlock Holmes is an English Bulldog with an English accent

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* TheUnintelligible: The villain Mumbles
12th May '14 12:10:28 PM EdnaWalker
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* AmazingTechnicolorPopulation: The villain, Pruneface has purple skin.
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* CoolCat: At the end of "Mardi Gras Grab," Joe Jitsu turns into a brown one and plays the saxophone.
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* CoolCat: At the end of "Mardi Gras Grab," Joe Jitsu turns into a light brown one and plays the saxophone.

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* CoolCat: At the end of "Mardi Gras Grab," Joe Jitsu turns into a brown one and plays the saxophone.TokenNonHuman: Hemlock Holmes
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* CoolCat: Joe Jitsu turns into a brown one and plays the saxophone.
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* BullyBulldog: Averted with Hemlock Holmes * CoolCat: At the end of "Mardi Gras Grab," Joe Jitsu turns into a brown one and plays the saxophone.saxophone. * ItsAlwaysMardiGrasInNewOrleans: "Mardi Gras Grab"

* NonstandardCharacterDesign: Dick Tracy himself.
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* NonstandardCharacterDesign: Dick Tracy himself.is drawn semi-realistically, whereas everyone else, animal or human, is cartoony. * TalkingAnimal: The carrier pigeon in "The Pigeon Coup" and Hemlock Holmes the Bulldog.
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