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August 21, 2017

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September 27, 2005
86: Right this very second, the US 7th Fleet is steaming into port...

Zigfried: I doubt it Mr. Smart

86: Would you belive the 6th Fleet?

Zigfried: No.

86: the 5th?

Zigfried:...(silence)...

86: (Pause) Would you believe two angry fishermen in a rowboat...
September 27, 2005
"Phineas J. Whoopee, you're the greatest!"

Thank you Don for the great cartoons of the 60's as wella s Get Smart!

Tennessee Tuxedo was introduced on CBS-TV in response to the 1961 speech by FCC Chairman Newton R. Minow which addressed television as a "vast wasteland". Tennessee, voiced by comedian Don Adams (who portrayed Maxwell Smart on Get Smart, and later voiced Inspector Gadget), educated as well as entertained youngsters. The series initially included repeat episodes of The Hunter and Tooter Turtle from King Leonardo. These segments were later replaced by newer components, including The World of Commander McBragg and Klondike Kat.

Tennessee, a wise-cracking penguin, and his dim-witted pal, Chumley (voiced by Bradley Bolke), resided in the Megalopolis Zoo. They were constantly scheming against zookeeper Stanley Livingston (voiced by Mort Marshall) and his assistant Flunky (voiced by Kenny Delmar), in an attempt to raise the quality of zoo-life. Their projects required the assistance of their educated friend, Phineas J. Whoopee (voiced by Larry Storch), and his 3-D BB (a three dimensional blackboard). The 3-D BB helped demonstrate basic scientific principles through the use of instructional film clips
September 27, 2005
My condolences to the family. It is never easy at a time like this, however know that he is at peace. He will surly be missed by all.
September 27, 2005
Rest in peace Agent 86.
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