Garfield & Friends

The Legend of Long Jon

Season 2, Ep 36, Aired 12/9/89
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  • Episode Description
  • Jon takes Garfield and Odie to visit a historical American village, only to be greeted by an angry mob, bent on running him out of town! They hide in a library, where the librarian explains that Jon has a pirate for an ancestor, Long Jon Arbuckle, a traitor to America! Odie drools on a page of Long Jon's diary, however, revealing an entry written in invisible ink, which proves that Long Jon was really a spy for George Washington, and was given a letter of commendation to prove it! Can Garfield find the letter and clear the Arbuckle name?moreless

  • Cast & Crew
  • Julie Payne

    Lanolin

  • Gregg Berger

    voice of Odie/Floyd Mouse/Mailman/Madman Murray/Orson Pig/Weasel

  • Greg Berg

    Additional Voices

  • Frank Welker

    Bo/ Booker/ Sheldon/ Fred Duck/ Mort/ Edward R. Furrow

  • Howard Morris

    Wade Duck/ Wart

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Garfield: (reading Long Jon Arbuckle's diary) 'These maps I knew to be the property of General Washington, but I took them anyway.' Wow, Jon's ancestor stole George Washington's maps.

    • Jon: (seeing an angry mob and mistaking) A welcoming committee! I wrote and told them I was coming but I didn't expect anything like this. Garfield: If that's a welcoming committee, I'm Pee-Wee Herman.

    • Jon: Did you know that some people thought George Washington had wooden teeth? Garfield: Wooden teeth? Did he have to lacquer after every meal?

    • Garfield: Two hundred years is a long time to hold a grudge.

    Trivia (3)

    • The name "Long Jon Arbuckle" is a reference to Treasure Island, by Robert Louis Stevenson, where one of the main pirate characters is named Long John Silver.

    • when they show that odie slurped a page the writing on the page that garfield holds is invisible

    • Odie's slurping on the seemingly blank diary pages makes the invisible ink visible, but Odie slurps a few pages that already have visible ink on them.

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