Pixie & Dixie

(ended 1961)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 4 : Ep 9

    Home Flea

    Aired 10/13/61

  • S 4 : Ep 8

    Homeless Jinks

    Aired 10/6/61

  • S 4 : Ep 7

    Meece Missiles

    Aired 9/27/61

  • S 4 : Ep 6

    Magician Jinks

    Aired 9/22/61

  • S 4 : Ep 5

    Mouse Trapped

    Aired 9/15/61

  • Cast & Crew
  • Don Messick

    Pixie

  • Daws Butler

    Dixie / Mr. Jinks

  • Dan Gordon

  • Hugh Fraser (II)

  • Kenneth O'Brien

  • show Description
  • In discussing Hanna Barbera Productions and animations, Pixie & Dixie is a memorable show to begin with. There was television animation before the Hanna-Barbera studio got into the act, prime examples being Crusader Rabbit and Winky Dink. But it was Hanna-Barbera that turned TV animation into an industry. Their first half-hour show — the first half-hour animated show to succeed in the TV market — was Huckleberry Hound, which debuted in syndication on October 2, 1958. The series featured two mices Pixe and Dixie, who are the bestest friends untill the end. The two try to live there life from not being hurt, harm or destroyed from a cat named Mr. Jinks, who hates "mecess to pieces". The series is more related and conflicted to Tom & Jerry. But very different, it's real funny and usually warm touching.moreless

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  • Quotes (98)

    • Pixie: What a lulu of a lump. (Dixie has a tall lump on his head) Dixie: Ouch! Ouch! Pixie: Does it hurt Dixie? Dixie: Only when I put my hat on.

    • Pixie: Wow! I never knew that butler could run so fast. (the butler is chasing Jinks and swatting him with a broom) Dixie: Neither did Jinks.

    • Jinks: Shee, what a couple of sneaky mices.

    • Butler: All quiet on the food front, Jinks? Jinks: A couple of meeses tried to...Uh..Crash the party, but I gave them the old heave-ho.

    • Butler: All quiet on the food front, Jinks? Jinks: A couple of meeses tried to...Uh..Crash the party, but I gave them the old heave-ho.

    • Pirate: You know who's been stealin' my cheeses? Jinks: Ah...Don't tell me kiddo...Uh, let me guess. Was it meeces?...Uh, mooses? Pirate: It was those mangy mouses! Uh, mice.

    • Pirate: So, asleep on the job, huh? I'll keelhaul that landlubber.

    • Pirate: Where's that lazy cat at. (yells) Answer me you goldbrickin' cat!

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    Notes (4)

    • This episode was dated October 31, 1959 in Halloween.

    • this episode is featured on the Cartoon Crackups DVD

    • This episode was ment to be the final episode of the series.

    • this episode is the season finale of the series

    Trivia (17)

    • When Pixie says the line "Come on in, Mr. Judo," he says it with Dixie's voice.

    • In the first couple of scenes, Dixie's whiskers keep disappearing and re-appearing.

    • After the cannon fires at the pirate, the next scene shows the fuse is still burning when there should be no fuse if the cannon fired.

    • When Dixie is looking through the knothole at the cheese and the pirate, he turns around as Mr. Jinks approaches and speaks with Pixie's voice.

    • When the pirate is asleep for the second time, there is a brief moment when half of his mustache is lacking it's red color and all you see is the outline.

    • When Pixie and Dixie first approach the table where the pirate is sleeping and the cheese is sitting, part of Pixie's bandanna loses it's red color and matches the floor. All you see is the outline of the back of the bandanna.

    • When Pixie is first shown in the mouse hole, his right ear disappears several times.

    • When they are talking to the green space mouse, Dixie speaks with Pixie's voice.

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    Allusions (2)

    • Mutiny on the Bounty The butler in this episode was voiced by Daws Butler and he used a voice that was heavily influenced by the character Captain Bligh played by Charles Laughton in the movie Mutiny on the Bounty in 1935.

    • All Quiet on the Western Front Butler: All quiet on the food front, Jinks? This is a reference to the movie and novel, All Quiet on the Western Front.

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