Bonkers

Season 4 Episode 5

The Toon That Ate Hollywood

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Aired Daily 2:30 PM Apr 04, 1993 on
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The Toon That Ate Hollywood
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After an unfunny clown steals Ludwig Von Drake's humorizer, he terrorizes Hollywood by stealing the humor of toons (including Bonkers), and it's up to Miranda's sense of humor to thwart his plan.

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    Gregg Berger

    Gregg Berger

    Mr. Skunk / Mr. Corkscrew / Pelican

    Joe Alaskey

    Joe Alaskey

    Flaps the Elephant

    Nancy Cartwright

    Nancy Cartwright

    Fawn Deer

    Tress MacNeille

    Tress MacNeille

    Additional Voices

    Jim Cummings

    Jim Cummings

    Officer Bonkers D. Bobcat, Detective Lucky Piquel, Additional Voice

    Chick Vennera

    Chick Vennera

    Moe/Toon Rooster

    Kenneth Mars

    Kenneth Mars

    Sourpuss Clown

    Guest Star

    Bill Farmer

    Bill Farmer

    Goofy

    Guest Star

    Neil Ross

    Neil Ross

    Additional Voices

    Guest Star

    Frank Welker

    Frank Welker

    Fall-Apart Rabbit

    Recurring Role

    Corey Burton

    Corey Burton

    Ludwig Von Drake

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      • Bonkers: (to Snitch) We're looking for evidence. See any there?
        Snitch: Hm, let's find out. Note: item 1, cotton candy and it's fresh too. Item 2, the bones of a speckled grunion, a fish commonly used to feed animals at zoos, circuses, and strange night club acts. Item 3, a foot print.
        Bonkers: A foot print! Where?
        Snitch: You're standing in it.
        Bonkers: Sorry. I knew this guy was a really big heel, but this is ridiculous.
        Snitch: Hm, where either looking for a person with feet the size of aircraft carriers or...
        Bonkers & Miranda: A clown!
        Snitch: I was just about to say that.

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