Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines

Fur Out Furlough

Season 1, Ep 3, Aired 9/27/69
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  • Episode Description
  • The General will reward the one who stops Yankee Doodle Pigeon with a 30-day furlough with all expenses paid.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Paul Winchell

    voice of Dick Dastardly/The General

  • Don Messick

    Muttley/Klunk/Zilly

  • William Hanna

  • Joseph Barbera

  • Alex Lovy

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • (After capturing the fake pigeon.) Zilly: He's miiiine! Klunk: No. The-- WHEEE POM PING! -- is mine! Zilly: Miiiiiiiine! Klunk: MINE! (They pull so hard, that the fake pigeon breaks to pieces.) Zilly: Here, you can have him. Klunk: No. Keep the-- WINGWING! Zilly: No! He's yours! Klunk: Yours! Zilly: YOOOUUURS!! Klunk: YOURS!!

    • Wing Dings: Dastardly: Who left the mop water boiling in the soup pot? Zilly: Don't ask me chief, I'm trying to figure out how these alphabets got into my mop water.

    • Dastardly: Zilly, come back here! You're going the wrong way! Zilly: It's the right way if your a dyed in the wool scaredy cat.

    Notes (1)

    • This was the first episode screened on CBS in the series in its regular Saturday morning time period. It is also the only episode with no off-screen narration.

    Trivia (2)

    • Muttley grunting as Dastardly intended to keep the furlough all for himself is a precedent for a recurring joke in Yogi's Treasure Hunt where Muttley usually bites Dastardly whenever he says the treasure will be all his.

    • While it's never determined which country the Vulture Squadron is from or on which side they are, Klunk's and Zilly's choices of places for vacation make us presume they were not enemies of the Americans as they hoped to be allowed to enjoy vacations in Miami or Hawaii. (Additional note: The show takes place during World War I, and Hawaii had not yet been established as a state, let alone a tourist's vacation paradise.)

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