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The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil

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First episode date  1988
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Genres  Animation, Children's television series
Similar  Scary Scooby Funnies, Beany and Cecil, The Little Rascals, The Puppy's Further A, Animals - Animals - Animals

The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil was a revival of Bob Clampett's Beany and Cecil. It was produced in 1988 by DIC Entertainment and Spümcø (which is the studio's first animated series). Only eight episodes were produced, five which aired during its original run. This incarnation of the show was produced and directed by John Kricfalusi.

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Production

ABC had been negotiating for the production of the show with the Clampett family, who insisted that John Kricfalusi would be part of the production. The long negotiations delayed the start of production to mid-July, causing much of the animation to be rushed in order to meet the September deadline. Tensions rose between Kricfalusi and ABC over the tone of the show, leading to an uncomfortable atmosphere for the show's crew. The more ABC strove to soften the show, the more Kricfalusi pushed for shocking and offensive material. The Clampett family were ultimately not very happy with the cartoon, but remained supportive of Kricfalusi. ABC cancelled the show after a handful of episodes as they found the humor not suitable for children's programming.

Episodes

  1. Cecil Meets Clambo
  2. The Golden Menu
  3. The Brotherhood of B.L.E.C.H.
  4. DJ's Disappearing Act
  5. The Framed Freep
  6. The Bad Guy Flu
  7. Courtship of Cecilia
  8. Radio With a Bite

Cast

  • Mark Hildreth – Beany
  • Maurice LaMarche – Dishonest John
  • Jim MacGeorge – Captain Horatio Huffenpuff
  • Billy West – Cecil
  • Additional voices

  • Jane Mortfee Birch
  • Laura Harris
  • Cree Summer-Francks
  • References

    The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil Wikipedia