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->''"Why ''did'' Quick-Draw [=McGraw=] hang around with that freaky little mule?"''
-->--'''Trent Lane''', ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}''.

Yet another TalkingAnimal omnibus series from Creator/HannaBarbera, ''Quick Draw [=McGraw=]'' followed the adventures of the equine sheriff with an exaggerated southern drawl, who upheld law and order in TheWildWest with the aid of Baba Looey, a Mexican burro with a Spanish accent, and Snuffles, a biscuit-mooching dog. Whenever Baba Looey questioned his partner's motives, Quick Draw uttered his CatchPhrase: "Hold on thar, Baba Looey! I'll do the thin'in' around here, and dooon't you for-git ''it''!" Upon which {{hilarity ensue|s}}d.

The cartoon spoofed nearly every Western trope known. Sometimes, Quick Draw assumed the heroic identity of the swashbuckling El Kabong, bashing outlaws with his guitar. There were two supporting segments: WesternAnimation/AugieDoggieAndDoggieDaddy and WesternAnimation/SnooperAndBlabber.

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!!This series provides examples of:

* {{Accessory Wearing Cartoon Animal}}s: Quick Draw and Baba Looey.
* AnimatedAnthology
* AshFace: As demonstrated in the trope image.
* {{Bandito}}: Referred to by name.
* {{Barefoot Cartoon Animal}}s: Quick Draw and Baba, unless you count horse shoes.
* CatchPhrase: "I'll do the thin'in around here, and don't you forget it!"
** "Now hold on thar!"
** "Ooh, that smarts!"
* ChasteToons: Averted in the Quick Draw [=McGraw=] short ''El Kabong, Jr.'', though Junior was never heard from again.
* CourtroomEpisode: One episode was about a trial where Baba Looey was testifying for the prosecution.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Snagglepuss appears in episodes of each segment as an antagonist. He's colored a deep orange.
** Lugubrious hyena Hardy Har Har appeared in a Snooper and Blabber cartoon before being paired up with Lippy the Lion three years later.
* EvilTwin: Horse-Face Harry.
* {{Expy}}: Quick Draw's ''alter ego'', El Kabong, seems to be a nod toward ''El Franchise/{{Zorro}}''. In an in-house example, Snuffles' exaggerated reaction (to "dawwwg bis-kits", in his case) would be shared by a number of Hanna-Barbera pooches in response to a variety of treats.
** Quick Draw had another 'alter ego', The Whip (with Baba Looey as The Whippersnaper) based on either Lash Larue, King of the Bullwhips, or Whip Wilson.
*** Leonardo-TTV (creators of ''WesternAnimation/{{Underdog}}'') made an unsold pilot in 1966 called ''Gene Hattree,'' a Quick Draw expy in that it starred a singing lawman horse who wasn't very effective.
* FeatherFingers: Hoof variant. Quickdraw and Baba Looey's "hands" look like hooves with a thumb (almost like mittens).
* FunnyAnimal: The hero and sidekick.
* FurryConfusion: The hero is an anthropomorphic horse. But since the setting is the Old West, many ''real'' horses also appear. Not immediately noticeable because the real horses tend to be more realistically drawn and the hero is roughly human-sized. And, of course, Quick Draw himself is ''never'' seen riding a horse!
** In the opening of his TV show, Quick Draw was seen driving a stagecoach pulled by two horses.
* IDontPayYouToThink: "Hoold on there, Baba Louie! I'll do all the thin'ing around here, and dooon't you forget it!"
* InstrumentOfMurder: El Kabong's guitar.
* {{Malaproper}}: In "Bull Leave Me", Quick Draw is in Argentina helping an estate owner rid his land of a smart-aleck bull. The owner tests Quick Draw on his credibility as a gaucho:
-->'''Owner:''' What is a gaucho?
-->'''Quick Draw:''' A gaucho is one of the Creator/MarxBrothers!
** In an episode taking place in a courtroom, an attorney objects to testimony that is "irrelevent, immaterial, and calls for a conclusion on the part of the witness." Later in the cartoon, Quick Draw objects that the testimony is "an elephant, a cereal, and calls for a concussion on the part of the witness."
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: The antagonist of the Quick Draw cartoon "Yippee Coyote" caricatures the mannerisms and voice of Jerry Lewis.
* NothingButSkinAndBones: In one cartoon, Snagglepuss steals one of Quick-Draw's biggest, fattest sheep, then shears it down to prepare it for dinner. It is then that he discovers that the sheep is rail thin underneath its wool.
-->'''Snagglepuss:''' They don't call him "Wooly Boy" for nothin'!
* QuickDraw: ''This'' he's great at. What happens ''after,'' not so much.
* ThreeShorts: Ran on this format, Quick Draw's segment was traditionally the opener.
* WesternCharacters: It's of course a recurrance.
* TheWildWest
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