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* ''The World Of Commander [=McBragg=]'' (segment of ''Underdog'')

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* ''The World Of Commander [=McBragg=]'' (segment of ''Underdog'')''Underdog''; also occasionally included in syndication packages of ''Rocky & Bullwinkle'')


Total Television's cartoons, which originally aired on [[SaturdayMorningCartoon Saturday mornings]], were animated by Gamma Productions/Producciónes Animadas Gamma SA, a Los Angeles/Mexico City studio formerly named Val-Mar that also worked on ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle''.

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Total Television's cartoons, which originally aired on [[SaturdayMorningCartoon Saturday mornings]], were first animated by at TV Spots, then animation moved to Gamma Productions/Producciónes Animadas Gamma SA, a Los Angeles/Mexico City studio formerly named Val-Mar that also worked on ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle''.


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* ''Klondike Kat'' (a segment of ''Underdog'')
* ''The Hunter'' (a segment of ''King Leonardo'')
* ''Tooter Turtle'' (a segment of ''King Leonardo'')
* ''Cauliflower Cabbie'' (unsold pilot in the ''Underdog'' syndication package)
* ''Gene Hattree'' (unsold pilot in the ''Underdog'' syndication package)
* ''The World Of Commander [=McBragg=]'' (segment of ''Underdog'')


Head writers W. Watts "Buck" Biggers and Chet Stover, along with art director Joe Harris, came from the Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample advertising agency that handled the General Mills account at the time and [[http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/the-origin-of-the-trix-rabbit/ created the first Trix Rabbit commercials]]. Unlike the Creator/JayWard cartoons they are often conflated with, Total Television's cartoons tended toward the repetitive and formulaic.

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Head writers W. Watts "Buck" Biggers and Chet Stover, along with art director Joe Harris, came from the Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample advertising agency that handled the General Mills account at the time and [[http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/the-origin-of-the-trix-rabbit/ created the first Trix Rabbit commercials]].first]] Advertising/TrixRabbit commercials. Unlike the Creator/JayWard cartoons they are often conflated with, Total Television's cartoons tended toward the repetitive and formulaic.


Total Television's cartoons were animated by Gamma Productions/Producciónes Animadas Gamma SA, a Los Angeles/Mexico City studio formerly named Val-Mar that also worked on ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle''.

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Total Television's cartoons cartoons, which originally aired on [[SaturdayMorningCartoon Saturday mornings]], were animated by Gamma Productions/Producciónes Animadas Gamma SA, a Los Angeles/Mexico City studio formerly named Val-Mar that also worked on ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle''.


Head writers W. Watts "Buck" Biggers and Chet Stover came from the Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample advertising agency that handled the General Mills account at the time and [[http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/the-origin-of-the-trix-rabbit/ created the first Trix Rabbit commercials]]. Unlike the Creator/JayWard cartoons they are often conflated with, Total Television's cartoons tended toward the repetitive and formulaic.

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Head writers W. Watts "Buck" Biggers and Chet Stover Stover, along with art director Joe Harris, came from the Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample advertising agency that handled the General Mills account at the time and [[http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/the-origin-of-the-trix-rabbit/ created the first Trix Rabbit commercials]]. Unlike the Creator/JayWard cartoons they are often conflated with, Total Television's cartoons tended toward the repetitive and formulaic.


Head writers W. Watts "Buck" Biggers and Chet Stover came from the Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample advertising agency that also handled the General Mills account for ''Rocky and Bullwinkle''. Unlike the Creator/JayWard cartoons they are often conflated with, Total Television's cartoons tended toward the repetitive and formulaic.

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Head writers W. Watts "Buck" Biggers and Chet Stover came from the Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample advertising agency that also handled the General Mills account for ''Rocky at the time and Bullwinkle''.[[http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/the-origin-of-the-trix-rabbit/ created the first Trix Rabbit commercials]]. Unlike the Creator/JayWard cartoons they are often conflated with, Total Television's cartoons tended toward the repetitive and formulaic.


Total Television was a Manhattan-based TV animation production company of the 1960s, best known for ''WesternAnimation/{{Underdog}}''. The company was founded in 1959, and operated in close conjunction with another company named Leonardo Productions.

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Total Television was a Manhattan-based TV animation production company of the 1960s, best known for ''WesternAnimation/{{Underdog}}''. The company was founded in 1959, and operated in close conjunction with another company named Leonardo Productions.
Productions. It folded in 1969.


Regular voice actors included Allen Swift, George S. Irving, Kenny Delmar and Sandy Becker.

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Regular voice actors included Allen Swift, Delo States, George S. Irving, Kenny Delmar and Sandy Becker.


Regular voice actors included Kenny Delmar and Sandy Becker.

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Regular voice actors included Allen Swift, George S. Irving, Kenny Delmar and Sandy Becker.

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Regular voice actors included Kenny Delmar and Sandy Becker.

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Total Television was a Manhattan-based TV animation production company of the 1960s, best known for ''WesternAnimation/{{Underdog}}''. The company was founded in 1959, and operated in close conjunction with another company named Leonardo Productions.

Total Television's cartoons were animated by Gamma Productions/Producciónes Animadas Gamma SA, a Los Angeles/Mexico City studio formerly named Val-Mar that also worked on ''WesternAnimation/RockyAndBullwinkle''.

Head writers W. Watts "Buck" Biggers and Chet Stover came from the Dancer-Fitzgerald-Sample advertising agency that also handled the General Mills account for ''Rocky and Bullwinkle''. Unlike the Creator/JayWard cartoons they are often conflated with, Total Television's cartoons tended toward the repetitive and formulaic.
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!!Cartoons produced by Total Television:
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheBeagles''
* ''WesternAnimation/GoGoGophers''
* ''WesternAnimation/KingLeonardoAndHisShortSubjects''
* ''WesternAnimation/TennesseeTuxedoAndHisTales''
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Underdog}}''
[[/index]]
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