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Buddy

Posted in WB Cartoon Companion on January 30, 2004

    Described by Robert Clampett as “Bokso in whiteface”, Buddy was a song and dance character used in a series of entirely forgettable Looney Tunes in the years immediately following the departure of Hugh Harman and Rudy Ising from the studio in 1933. Buddy was usually seen with his girlfriend Cookie, and a dog named Towser.

    Filmography:

  • Buddy’s Day Out (Palmer, 1933)
  • Buddy’s Beer Garden (Duvall, 1933)
  • Buddy’s Show Boat (Duvall, 1933)
  • Buddy the Gob (Freleng, 1934)
  • Buddy and Towser (Freleng, 1934)
  • Buddy’s Garage (Duvall, 1934)
  • Buddy’s Trolley Troubles (Freleng, 1934)
  • Buddy of the Apes (Hardaway, 1934)
  • Buddy’s Bearcats (King, 1934)
  • Buddy the Detective (King, 1934)
  • Buddy the Woodsman (King, 1934)
  • Buddy’s Circus (King, 1934)
  • Viva Buddy (King, 1934)
  • Buddy’s Adventures (Hardaway, 1935)
  • Buddy the Dentist (Hardaway, 1935)
  • Buddy’s Pony Express (Hardaway, 1935)
  • Buddy’s Theater (Hardaway, 1935)
  • Buddy of the Legion (Hardaway, 1935)
  • Buddy’s Lost World (King, 1935)
  • Buddy’s Bug Hunt (King, 1935)
  • Buddy in Africa (Hardaway, 1935)
  • Buddy Steps Out (King, 1935)
  • Buddy the Gee Man (King, 1935)

    Buddy’s voice was provided by animator Jack Carr.

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