The Beany and Cecil Show

Season 1 Episode 26

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

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
"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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    Billy West

    Billy West

    Cecil the Sea-Sick Sea Serpent (1988)

    Scatman Crothers

    Scatman Crothers


    Maurice LaMarche

    Maurice LaMarche

    Dishonest John (1988)

    Mark Hildreth

    Mark Hildreth

    Beany (1988)

    Paul Frees

    Paul Frees

    Little Ace

    Jim MacGeorge

    Jim MacGeorge

    Beany (1962), Captain Huffenpuff

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • 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!"
        This was referring to the tagline for Gallo wine back in the early 60s, "That li'l ol' wine!"

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