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Theme music composer  Gary Lionelli
Country of origin  United States
Final episode date  8 August 1994
Number of seasons  1
6.6/10 IMDb

Based on  Droopy by Tex Avery
Composer(s)  Gary Lionelli
First episode date  11 September 1993
Network  FOX
Droopy, Master Detective SATURDAY MORNINGS FOREVER DROOPY MASTER DETECTIVE
Genre  Animated Comedy Film noir Satire
Voices of  Don Messick Charlie Adler William Callaway Teresa Ganzel Frank Welker
Narrated by  Don Messick, Gary Owens, Frank Welker
Cast  Don Messick, Frank Welker, Charlie Adler, Teresa Ganzel, William Callaway
Similar  Tom & Jerry Kids, Pound Puppies, 2 Stupid Dogs, Fantastic Max, The Smurfs

Droopy, Master Detective is an American animated television series produced by Hanna-Barbera in association with Turner Entertainment. The show is a spin-off from Tom & Jerry Kids and was dropped from Fox's Saturday morning schedule on January 1, 1994. Months later, the series was aired on weekday afternoons in August and September 1994.

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Premise

Droopy, Master Detective Picture of Droopy Master Detective

Droopy, Master Detective is a spoof of detective films and cop shows, featuring Droopy and his son, Dripple, as detectives on the mean streets of a big city. Newly made seven-minute episodes were mixed in with new seven-minute cartoons featuring Tom and Jerry Kids characters. The rest of the half-hour program mostly was taken up by Screwball Squirrel, another Tex Avery creation from the 1940s.

Droopy, Master Detective Droopy Master Detective photo

In these new cartoons, Screwy made his home in a public park, making life miserable for hot-headed park attendant Dweeble and his dog Rumpley — both, rather typical Hanna-Barbera comedy foes rather than Tex Avery-inspired characters. It also included two more characters from the previous show: Wild Mouse and Lightening Bolt the Super Squirrel.

List of episodes

Apart from episodes 11 and 13 every episode started and ended with Droopy installments:

1 - Droopy's Deep Sea Mystery / How Can We Miss You if You Won't Go Away? / Droopy and the Case of the Missing Dragon

2 - The Babyman Bank Heists / Dweeble's Night Out / The Deep Space Chase

3 - Round 'Em Up Bub / A Screwball Romance / The Case of the Snooty Star

4 - The Monster Mob / Everybody Out / Sherlock Droopy

5 - Queen of the Mutant Weirdo Vampires / Screwball Snowballs / Shadowman and the Blue Pigeon

6 - Dueling Detectives / Squirrelicus Obnoxiousness / Sherlock Droopy Gets Hounded

7 - Droopy and the Cyberdolts / Pickax Max / Hey! Where's Arnold?

8 - Auntie Snoople / Demolition Disorder / Mushu McWolf

9 - Return of the Yolker / A Chip Off The Old blockhead / Mighty McWolf

10 - Sheep Thrills / Screwball Out West / The Maltese Fossil

11 - Deep Swamp Droopy / Dog Breath Dweeble / Hogs Wild

12 - The Case of Pierre le Poulet / Commotion on the Ocean / Alligator Droopy

13 - Primeval Prey / Dweeble's Worst Nightmare / Battle of the Super Squirrels

Main cast

  • Don Messick - Droopy
  • Charlie Adler - Dripple, Screwball Squirrel, Lightening Bolt the Super Squirrel
  • William Callaway - Rumpley
  • Teresa Ganzel - Miss Vavoom
  • Frank Welker - McWolf, Dweeble, Wild Mouse, Grunch the Caveman
  • Additional voices

  • Brandon Adams -
  • Joe Alaskey -
  • Patricia Alice Albrecht -
  • Lewis Arquette -
  • Rene Auberjonois -
  • Michael Bell - Roqueford Le Poulet
  • Gregg Berger -
  • Sheryl Bernstein -
  • Susan Blu - Auntie Snoople
  • Sorrell Booke -
  • Charlie Brill -
  • Nicole Brown -
  • S. Scott Bullock -
  • Arthur Burghardt -
  • Greg Burson -
  • Hamilton Camp -
  • Nancy Cartwright -
  • Marsha Clark -
  • Selette Cole -
  • Townsend Coleman -
  • Danny Cooksey -
  • Bud Cort -
  • Jesse Corti -
  • Peter Cullen -
  • Brian Cummings -
  • Jim Cummings - The Blobfather, Baby Bandit, Frankenator, McWolf's Horse, Pierre Le Poulet, The Raj
  • Tim Curry -
  • Jennifer Darling - Fiffi (Rumpley's love interest)
  • Mari Devon -
  • Nancy Dussault -
  • Maggie Egan -
  • June Foray -
  • Pat Fraley - The Yolker
  • Brad Garrett -
  • Kathy Garver -
  • Richard Gautier -
  • Joan Gerber -
  • Barry Gordon -
  • Archie Hahn -
  • Phil Hartman -
  • Pamela Hayden -
  • George Hearn -
  • Dana Hill -
  • Jerry Houser - Dragon
  • Charity James -
  • Nick Jameson -
  • Tony Jay -
  • Arte Johnson - Shadowman
  • Vicki Juditz -
  • Zale Kessler -
  • Kip King -
  • Paul Kreppel -
  • Maurice LaMarche - Thundergut
  • David Lander -
  • Nancy Linari - Zombina
  • Allan Lurie -
  • Sherry Lynn -
  • Tress MacNeille -
  • Kenneth Mars -
  • Chuck McCann - Baby Bandit's Henchman
  • Edie McClurg -
  • Diane Michelle -
  • Brian Stokes Mitchell -
  • Alan Oppenheimer -
  • Bibi Osterwald - Tera Boom-Boom
  • Gary Owens - Narrator
  • Valery Pappas -
  • Patricia Parris -
  • Rob Paulsen - Edna Evergreen, Crummy McMummy, Prime Minister Luck-Nuck, Oliver J. Tudball
  • Patrick Pinney -
  • Henry Polic II -
  • Tony Pope -
  • Hal Rayle -
  • Clive Revill -
  • Robert Ridgely -
  • Kimmy Robertson -
  • Stuart Robinson -
  • Roger Rose - Johnsy Megabucks
  • Neil Ross -
  • Ronnie Schell -
  • Susan Silo -
  • Sarah Silverman - Melody WOOO-WOOO Stardust
  • Hal Smith -
  • Kath Soucie -
  • Michael Stanton -
  • Sally Struthers -
  • Barbara Stuart -
  • Marcelo Tubert -
  • Janet Waldo - Wildmouse's Mother
  • B.J. Ward - The Mistress of Baskerville Manor
  • Jimmy Weldon -
  • Jane Wiedlin -
  • Lee Wilkof -
  • April Winchell -
  • Paul Winchell - Rumpley's dad
  • Joanne Worley -
  • Kris Zimmerman -
  • Patric Zimmerman -
  • Crew

  • Gordon Hunt - Recording Director
  • Don Jurwich - Recording Director
  • Kris Zimmerman - Casting and Recording Director
  • References

    Droopy, Master Detective Wikipedia


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