The Beany and Cecil Show

Season 1 Episode 26

Oil's Well That Ends Well / No Such Thing / D.J. The Dee Jay

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Aired Unknown Jun 30, 1962 on ABC
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Oil's Well That Ends Well / No Such Thing / D.J. The Dee Jay
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"Oil's Well That Ends Well": The Leakin' Lena crew seeks to make a fortune selling a weight-reducing formula extracted from bean oils. D.J. tries to muscle in.

"D.J. The D.J.": Cecil writes a song, "Rag Mop," and is looking for a disc jockey to play it. Dishonest John becomes a proxy disc jockey and pairs Cecil up with two dogs as back-up vocals.

"There's No Such Thing as a Sea Serpent": The tale of Snorky, a young creature born to a dinosaur couple in prehistoric times. Snorky's first word was a burp from eating a mudpie, and he became notorious for mudpie flinging through history, right up to contemporary Loch Ness.moreless

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    Jim MacGeorge

    Jim MacGeorge

    Beany, Captain Huffenpuff

    Irv Shoemaker

    Irv Shoemaker

    Dishonest John, Cecil The Sea-Sick Sea Serpent

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Opening music for "No Such Thing as a Sea Serpent":
        Have you ever seen a Snorky?
        (Spoken: No.)
        Well you're gonna see one soon,
        And now here's Snorky Snorkel (the sign still reads "Beany and Cecil") in,
        A Bob Clampett CartooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOON!

      • Opening music for "D.J. The Dee Jay":
        Everybody wants to write a song, a simple song,
        That simply makes you want to swing and sing along,
        Even Cecil writes a Looney Tune that you can crooooon,
        And now here's Beany and Cecil in,
        A Bob Clampett CartooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOON!

    • NOTES (6)

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • The Fire Plug Five Minus Two


        The name Dishonest John chooses for his "band" of Cecil and two dogs in D.J. the D.J. is a spoof on The Firehouse Five Plus Two, a popular 1950s Dixieland jazz band founded by former Disney animator Ward Kimball. The band wore firefighter helmets, hence their name.

      • Snorky: "That li'l ol' mudpie maker...me!"
        This was referring to the tagline for Gallo wine back in the early 60s, "That li'l ol' wine maker...me!"

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