Looney Tunes

Season 29 Episode 1

COOL CAT & RIMFIRE - Cool Cat

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Aired Daily 1:00 PM Oct 14, 1967 on Cartoon Network
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COOL CAT & RIMFIRE - Cool Cat
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We are introduced to Cool Cat, a hip-talking tiger, and his adversary Colonel Rimfire and his mechanical elephant Ella. The hunter tries to shoot Cool Cat while in a jungle.

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    June Foray

    June Foray

    Granny

    Hal Smith

    Hal Smith

    Elmer Fudd

    Larry Storch

    Larry Storch

    Cool Cat, Colonel Rimfire, Merlin the Magic Mouse, Second Banana (1968 to 1969 episodes)

    Bea Benaderet

    Bea Benaderet

    Granny (original)

    Nancy Wible

    Nancy Wible

    Road Runner

    Dave Barry

    Dave Barry

    Elmer Fudd

    Larry Storch

    Larry Storch

    Cool Cat and Colonel Rimfire

    Guest Star

    The Clingers

    The Clingers

    Sub-main title vocals

    Guest Star

    Mel Blanc

    Mel Blanc

    Bugs Bunny/ Daffy Duck/ Porky Pig/ Tweety/ Slyvester/ Foghorn Leghorn/ Pepe Le Pew/ Marvin the Martian/ Speedy Gonzales/ Yosemit

    Recurring Role

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      • This cartoon reads "LOONEY TUNES" in the open and "A VITAGRAPH RELEASE" in the closing sequence.

      • This is the first appearance of Cool Cat and Colonel Rimfire. It is also the first cartoon released under the Warner Bros.- Seven Arts era, where during the opening logos, three purple and one orange lines swirl and zoom (ala the WB shield) toward the viewer on a black background as usual. But then the purple lines disappear and the W7 (a combination of a W and a 7) draws on and a superimposed stylized shield appears around it after the "trace" and during the "trace" and the shield appearance, the orange line slides down and then back up to turn into "PRESENTS" over the W7. The second title card now reads: "LOONEY TUNES" and under it "A WARNER BROS.- SEVEN ARTS CARTOON" in a rectangle and under it in another rectangle reads "TECHNICOLOR." Music played under the opening titles is a remix of the 1963 "modern" version of the "Merry Go Round Broke Down," and was used from 1967 to 1969. The closing is the same, but with a still image of the WB-7 Arts logo (just "popping" on) and the byline now reads "A WARNER BROS.- SEVEN ARTS CARTOON" with the zooming double "Os." Music under the end titles is the closing music from 1964 to 1967.

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Colonel Rimfire: "I thought I taw a puddy tat! A tiger type puddy tat!"
        Colonel Rimfire was paying tribute to Tweety, the classic WB character from 1942 to 1964. He says this when he first sees Cool Cat.

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