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William Watts Biggers

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February 17, 2013
My condolences go out to the family. I loved Underdog as a kid. I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Biggers last Fall at Battles Buick GMC, where he was a customer. He seemed like a very nice guy, and he will be missed. God Bless and sympathy to his family from the crew at Battles.
February 17, 2013
We are sitting here on cape cod in your home ~watching the waves crash against the shore remembering you. You are missed by all so much already. The boys loved you so much. Thank you for always beings so loving to our children and to us. Thank you for the gift of piano lessons and the love of music and poetry. Our family was blessed to have you. Xoxox
February 17, 2013
Buck Biggers was partially responsible for Under Dog and King Leonardo - what a fabulous legacy.
Thank you for your brilliant work, Mr. Biggers, and three cheers from Bongo Congo!
February 17, 2013
Sincere condolences on the loss of someone who provided such delightful, funny and excellent entertainment to so many. Wish today,s children particularly had a hero Underdog like I happily did for many years .
February 17, 2013
As children, we hardly ever care about the creators of Saturday morning cartoon shows. It's only when we are older that we pay attention to such matters. Mr. Biggers was a real talent. He will be missed by friend and family alike as well as his many fans.
February 17, 2013
We were classmates at North Georgia College in the 1940's. He always seemed to live life to the fullest. A wonderful person to have known.
February 17, 2013
We will miss you.Thank you for making us laugh( there is no need to fear,underdog is here).
May God be with your family n may you rest in peace.We love you....
February 17, 2013
The thing that I always loved about these cartoons is that there was so much humor for adults in them that was totally lost on us as children. Watching them again after we were older was like getting brand new shows all over again!
February 17, 2013
one of my favorites of all time,i can not thank you enough,there should be a classic cartoon network to show these old cartoons,on a scale from 1 to 10 this cartoon was a 10, underdog will never die,this is not a time to be sad,this is a celebration of a great man who put alot of joy in kids lives,may god bless your family
February 16, 2013
i was a fan of underdog. i remenber the show as if it was on yestraday. my condolence to his friends and family.

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