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Episode cast overview:
Franklin 'Frankie' Frankenstein / Wolfgang 'Wolfie' Wolfman / Orville / Mummy (voice)
Jane Webb ...
Hagatha / Petunia Pig (voice) (as Joanne Louise)


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Release Date:

16 December 1972 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Petunia Pig's voice is an imitation of Louella Parsons. See more »


Followed by Archie's Bang-Shang Lalapalooza Show (1977) See more »

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How can you pass up a combination like this?
19 December 2003 | by (Toronto,Ontario) – See all my reviews

This aired on the ABC Saturday Superstar Movie. It's a pretty wild concept: The Groovy Goolies are big fans of the Looney Tunes characters and so, when they hear that a King Arthur movie that Daffy is making, is being sabotaged by a mysterious Phantom character, what comes next? Why, they rush off to Hollywood to help Daffy, Porky, Sylvester, Tweety and the others. Oddly, Bugs Bunny is absent from this project. Petunia Pig plays one of the performers in the movie and a gossip columnist with her own TV show as well. Her voice is a lot different than the one I remember her having. She sounds almost sensual! Oddly, it's Daffy and not Porky who plays her romantic lead. It's interesting to see two widely different assortments of cartoon characters in the same picture together. Come to think of it, how did the producers skirt around the legal issues? The highlight comes near the end when Drac, Frankie and Wolfie chase the villain (who's dressed as Hauntleroy) through a magic mirror and they all emerge on the other side as,,,,,, live action actors! There is then a slapstick chase which may remind you of those Mack Sennett comedies of the 20s. The sequence is so surreal that it may have you pinching yourself to ensure that it's not a dream. The actors soon go back through the mirror and become their animated selves within a few minutes but this part alone makes the film required viewing for anyone who's a fan of the Goolies, who sad to say, do not sing in this outing.

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