Dudley Do-Right Of The Mounties
Dudley Do-Right of the Mounties was a 'show-in-a-show'. It was a short cartoon series on The Rocky & Bullwinkle cartoon series.More
Dudley Do-Right of the Mounties was a 'show-in-a-show'. It was a short cartoon series on The Rocky & Bullwinkle cartoon series.
Dudley was first seen in in 1948, in The Comic Strips of Television, where he was test-marketed along with Crusader Rabbit. His first actual use in a series, however, came in 1961, when Rocky & His Friends switched networks to NBC and changed its name to The Bullwinkle Show. It was one of the back-up features, along with such holdovers from the original series as Peabody's Improbable History and Fractured Fairy Tales. It proved the most popular of the lot — and the only one to later get a show of its own. Its 39 four-and-a-half-minute episodes were rerun in 1969-70 as the lead feature of ABC's The Dudley Do-Right Show.
Dudley Do-Right was originally the creation of co-producer Bill Scott, who also provided the character's voice; but producer Jay Ward also had a hand in development. Other voices include Paul Frees (Boris Badenov, Ludwig von Drake) as Inspector Fenwick, June Foray (Rocky the Flying Squirrel and Tweety Bird's "Granny" over at Warner Bros.) as Fenwick's daughter Nell, and Hans Conried (Captain Hook in Walt Disney's Peter Pan) as the villain, Snidely Whiplash (who committed all the melodramatic atrocities, including tying Nell to railroad tracks, that were old when Desperate Desmond was committing them).Less
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