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* DidntThinkThisThrough: When stealing Kenny's piggy bank, Freddie Fox tries to frame Paddy by planting fake pelican-shaped footprints. He's revealed as the true culprit when Paddy points out that he planted footprints going ''from'' where the piggy bank was hidden, but not ''to'' the piggy bank.


* WorldOfFunnyAnimals: Yup, every character in this show is a funny animal.

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* WorldOfFunnyAnimals: Yup, every character in this show is a funny animal.animal, except for [[TokenHuman Beachcomber Bill]].


* AnnoyingLaugh: The vocalizations during the opening theme try to sound like a pelican squawking, but they end up sounding like Sam Singer going "HA HA HA HA-HA-HA HA-HAW!"


''The Adventures of Paddy the Pelican'' is a black and white cartoon that aired in UsefulNotes/{{Syndication}} in the 1950s. It was created and voiced by the same person: Sam Singer. Little is known about it: the character was previously used in a puppet show aired on WENR-TV in Chicago around 1950-51, which was also broadcast nationally on Creator/{{ABC}}. The cartoon might date from the same era or have been produced slightly later; the end titles have 1954 copyrights, but those may have been added later on.

The cartoon is six short episodes. Almost all have Paddy star in various antics, though he doesn't really appear in "The Land of More". Noticeable traits of the show are its repetitive animation and overall poor production values.

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''The Adventures of Paddy the Pelican'' is a black and white Black-and-white cartoon created by Sam Singer that aired in UsefulNotes/{{Syndication}} in the 1950s. It was created and voiced by the same person: Sam Singer. 1954. Little is known about it: the titular character was previously used in a puppet show aired on WENR-TV in Chicago around 1950-51, which was also broadcast nationally on Creator/{{ABC}}. The cartoon might date from the same era era, or may have been produced slightly later; the end titles have 1954 copyrights, but those may have been added later on.

The cartoon is six short episodes. Almost all of the cartoon shorts have Paddy star in various antics, though he doesn't really appear in "The Land of More". Noticeable traits of the show are its repetitive animation and overall poor production values.






* AlliterativeName: '''''P'''''addy the '''''P'''''elican.

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* AlliterativeName: '''''P'''''addy the '''''P'''''elican.'''P'''addy '''P'''elican.


''The Adventures of Paddy the Pelican'' is a black and white cartoon that aired in 1950. It was created and voiced by the same person: Sam Singer.

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''The Adventures of Paddy the Pelican'' is a black and white cartoon that aired in 1950. UsefulNotes/{{Syndication}} in the 1950s. It was created and voiced by the same person: Sam Singer.
Singer. Little is known about it: the character was previously used in a puppet show aired on WENR-TV in Chicago around 1950-51, which was also broadcast nationally on Creator/{{ABC}}. The cartoon might date from the same era or have been produced slightly later; the end titles have 1954 copyrights, but those may have been added later on.



* AnnoyingLaugh: Paddy does it on the episode title cards.

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* AnnoyingLaugh: Paddy does it on The vocalizations during the episode title cards.opening theme try to sound like a pelican squawking, but they end up sounding like Sam Singer going "HA HA HA HA-HA-HA HA-HAW!"



* LimitedAnimation: Very limited and repetitive animation.

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* LimitedAnimation: Very The cartoons are basically pencil tests submitted as finished cartoons. While the artwork is generally decent, the animation is very limited and repetitive animation.repetitive, with one-second loops and panning shots being the only movements visible.

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''The Adventures Of Paddy The Pelican'' is a black and white cartoon that aired in 1950. It was created and voiced by the same person: Sam Singer.

The cartoon is six short episodes. Almost all have Paddy star in various antics, though he doesn't really appear in "The Land Of More''. Noticeable traits of the show are its repetitive animation and overall poor production values.

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''The Adventures Of of Paddy The the Pelican'' is a black and white cartoon that aired in 1950. It was created and voiced by the same person: Sam Singer.

The cartoon is six short episodes. Almost all have Paddy star in various antics, though he doesn't really appear in "The Land Of More''. of More". Noticeable traits of the show are its repetitive animation and overall poor production values.values.



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* AlliterativeName: '''''P'''''addy the '''''P'''''elican.


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* WorldOfFunnyAnimals: Yup, every character in this show is a funny animal.


* AintTooProudToBeg: At the end of "Piggy Bank Robbery", Freddie Fox is reduced to beggging that Paddy doesn't call the police.

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* AintTooProudToBeg: At the end of "Piggy Bank Robbery", Freddie Fox is reduced to beggging begging that Paddy doesn't call the police.



* CunningLikeAFox: Freddie Fox, who almost gets Paddy in jail.

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* CunningLikeAFox: Freddie Fox, who almost gets Paddy thrown in jail.


''The Adventures Of Paddy The Pelican'' is a black and white cartoon that aired in 1950. It was created and voiced by the same person: Creator/SamSinger.

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''The Adventures Of Paddy The Pelican'' is a black and white cartoon that aired in 1950. It was created and voiced by the same person: Creator/SamSinger.
Sam Singer.


* AintTooProudToBeg: At the end of "Piggy Bank Robbery", Freddie Fox is reduced to beggging that Paddy doesn't csll the police.

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* AintTooProudToBeg: At the end of "Piggy Bank Robbery", Freddie Fox is reduced to beggging that Paddy doesn't csll call the police.

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''The Adventures Of Paddy The Pelican'' is a black and white cartoon that aired in 1950. It was created and voiced by the same person: Creator/SamSinger.

The cartoon is six short episodes. Almost all have Paddy star in various antics, though he doesn't really appear in "The Land Of More''. Noticeable traits of the show are its repetitive animation and overall poor production values.
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* AintTooProudToBeg: At the end of "Piggy Bank Robbery", Freddie Fox is reduced to beggging that Paddy doesn't csll the police.
* AnnoyingLaugh: Paddy does it on the episode title cards.
* AntagonistTitle: Pirate Pete is the villain of the titular episode.
* CunningLikeAFox: Freddie Fox, who almost gets Paddy in jail.
* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: Almost all of the animals.
* LimitedAnimation: Very limited and repetitive animation.
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