The Kwicky Koala Show

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CBS (ended 1981)

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The Kwicky Koala Show

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Kwicky Koala was a creation of Tex Avery and his old friends William Hanna and Joseph Barbera. This was the last cartoon Tex Avery made before he passed away. Kwicky had to keep away from Wilford Wolf who was always trying to eat him. Luckily for Kwicky, he could very-quickly move out of harm's way whenever he heard Wilford coming. Besides Kwicky Koala, there were 3 other cartoons in this show: * The Bungle Brothers - George and Joey are two dogs that seek vaudeville stardom. This segment is mostly short wraparounds. * Crazy Claws - Crazy Claws is a wildcat who uses his sharp claws and sharp wits to evade fur trapper Rawhide Clyde and his dog Bristletooth in a US National Park run by Ranger Rangerfield. * Dirty Dawg - Dirty Dawg is a canine vagrant who seeks to improve life for himself and his rodent friend Ratso while trying to stay ahead of Officer Bullhorn.
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  • Tex Avery created the disappearing Australian Bear called catch-and-disappear-reappear Kwicky Koala after the savage wolf walked through treacherous nations to get caught in a t-trap. Kwicky koala didn\'t air on no cable channel, but weeklymoreless

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    This Kwicky Koala assortment of shorts features

    first a 3-minute Bungle Brothers cut-ins including 8 minute clips from Crazy Claws the

    \"Wildcat with sharp claws to match\" after a

    Park Ranger went looking for C.C. Then comes the

    tricky part: Dirty Dawg kept looking for real

    food when an officer stopped Dirty and his

    rat pal Ratso from licking the restaurant and house food. They got back to an alley where

    they belong.
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