The Perils of Penelope Pitstop

Season 1 Episode 4

Wild West Peril

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Aired Saturday 8:30 AM Oct 04, 1969 on CBS
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Penelope is driving in her car when she crashes trough a false front trap set by the Hooded Claw. The Ant Hill Mob races to the rescue with a matress strapped to the top of their car to save her. She manages to get to the Pitstop Ranch House only to have the entire hous towed away to a ghost town. Chugga-Boom sniffs out her trail and she is saved once more. She gets captured several more time including: The Hooded Claw ties Penelope to a giant boulder using a spring tree, but the Ant Hill Mob foil him. She is also left tied, sitting on top of a runaway stagecoach. Then a tipi is set on the edge of a cliff, designed to lure the Mob in and fall off the edge, hitting a board that will catapult Penelope in a barrel, and the Ant Hill Mob into the near-bottomless canyon. To lure them there is a gramophone inside the tipi playing Penelope's famous call for "Help!". She is then finally placed in a miner's car filled with explosives which is set to rocket down to the bottom of a steep and deep mine shaft. Will she be saved in time?moreless

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    Paul Lynde

    Paul Lynde

    Sylvester Sneekley (The Hooded Claw)

    Paul Winchell

    Paul Winchell

    Clyde

    Mel Blanc

    Mel Blanc

    Dum-Dum/Yuk-Yuk/Bully Brothers

    Gary Owens

    Gary Owens

    Narrator

    Don Messick

    Don Messick

    Pockets/Zippy/Snoozy

    Janet Waldo

    Janet Waldo

    Penelope Pitstop

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      • The record player trick the Hooded Claw employed was also previously used on two other cartoons, on an episode of Underdog entitled The Great Gold Robbery during a scene where Riff-Raff sent up Sweet Polly Purebred in a hot-air balloon, as well as a bunch of other balloons with record players playing Sweet Polly calling "Help!" over and over, as a plan to confuse Underdog, and on a classic George of the Jungle episode where the two hunters attempt to lure George to their trap twice also using a record that plays Ursula's voice calling "Help!" repeatedly.

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