Wally Gator

(ended 1963)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 2 : Ep 26

    Carpet Bragger

    Aired 8/26/63

  • S 2 : Ep 25

    Gourmet Gator

    Aired 8/19/63

  • S 2 : Ep 24

    The Big Drip

    Aired 8/12/63

  • S 2 : Ep 23

    Squatter's Rights

    Aired 8/5/63

  • S 2 : Ep 22

    Creature Feature

    Aired 7/29/63

  • Cast & Crew
  • Don Messick

    Mr. Twiddle

  • Daws Butler

    Wally Gator

  • Joseph Barbera

  • William Hanna

  • show Description
  • Welcome to the Wally Gator guide at TV.com. Wally Gator is about Wally, an alligator who thinks that he is human. He is most satisfied when he is at the zoo, where his home is. Mr. Twiddles is the zookeeper that keeps an eye on Wally because sometimes, Wally escapes to see what life is like outside of his home. Characters Wally Gator (Daws Butler): Wally Gator enjoys staying at the zoo, but sometimes he just wants to see what the outside world is like. Mr. Twiddle (Don Messick): Mr. Twiddles is the zookeeper. He is always busy because he is trying to stop Wally from leaving the zoo. Wally Gator Opening Theme Wally Gator is a swinging alligator in the swamp, he's the greatest perculator when he really starts to romp. There has never been a greater operator in the swamp, see ya later, Wally Gator! Related Shows •Lippy the Lion •Touche Turtle and Dum Dum •The Hanna-Barbera New Cartoon Series Appearances •Yogi's Gang •Yogi's Ark Lark •Scooby's All Star Laff-A-Lympicsmoreless

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (27)

    • Mr. Twiddle - Here, here, where do you think you are going? Wally Gator - Away from here, here. That's for sure, sure.

    • Mr. Twiddle - Now let's grab our brooms and give our cages a real good cleaning, hmmmmm. Wally Gator - (imitating Mr. Twiddle)A real good cleaning, hmmmmm. Boy I'd like to send him to the cleaners.

    • Man - Stand and fight like a dragon. Wally Gator - Dragon? What's the matter, don't you reconize a confirmed coward when you see one?

    • Mergatroid - Let me see now. W-A-L-L-Y G-A-T-O-R spells, duckbill platypus! Gee, I'm lucky, I found him right away.

    • Wally - Uh-oh. This concludes my part of the show you know. (Robbers start shooting at him)

    • (Wally gets thrown out of Everglades by Southern Gator) Wally - That's fine southern hospitality, I must say.

    • Wally - (in cannon) Quote "I have not yet begun to fight". Un-quote. Southern Gator - Hot Dog! Right were I like 'em, about waist high. (hits Wally back into cannon with a baseball bat) Wally - I don't care if I never see the Everglades, ever! City Zoo, I'm with you!

    • (Mr. Twiddle drops the grabage can with Wally inside it outside the zoo) Wally - Oh thank you Jeeves. Oh, you might put the car away.

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    Notes (29)

    • Also check out the DVD Section

    • Daws Butler (Wally Gator) was also the voice of Elroy Jetson.

    • Available on the Hanna-Barbera Presents Wally Gator VHS tape.

    • Full name is Wally Gator in "Droopy Dragon"

    • Also known as Droopy Dragon

    • Full title is Wally Gator in Gator-Napper

    • In this episode, Wally's hat is a dark shade of purple than in other episodes, most likely to make him look a bit more like a platypus. (A platypus is purple)

    • Available on the Hanna-Barbera Presents Wally Gator VHS tape.

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    Trivia (3)

    • Why would Mr. Twiddle leave Wally alone for at least 3 days at the zoo when Wally can't even stay out of trouble when he's there?

    • Why didn't Mr. Twiddle call the Westside Zoo for a friend for Wally like he did when he got Wally a wife in the episode "Bachelor Buttons"?

    • Wally always runs away from the zoo, so it was foolish of Mr. Twiddle to leave Wally in charge of the zoo.

    Allusions (4)

    • Wally Gator: Sorry lady, I've gotta be going, because at 12 'o clock I turn back into a pumpkin you know.
      In the movie "Cinderella", Cinderella has to be back by 12 midnight or else she will turn back into a regular maid. This is what Wally is saying except a reference to the the carrage Cinderella rides in which was originally a pumpkin.

    • Title pun: Fame and fortune

    • Title pun: Little red riding hood

    • Candlestick Park: The name of the baseball park that Wally pitches his first game is named "Candelabra Park" and this is one of Hanna Barbera's patented references to well-known places or people. It is referring to the San Fransisco Giants baseball park called Candlestick Park.

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