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Boy! Does this cartoon stir up some spooks ! We loved The Frog especially.As the arch villain of the series with bowler hat(?),ever present cigar and Edward G. Robinson voice he was a natural leader and in one particular episode enlisted all of the show's other assorted miscreants i.e. Foxy Fox et al in a scheme to launder cash from bank jobs. This consisted of each character working a la factory line...washing the bills in soap and water..then hanging out the loot with pegs on a clothes line etc. while The Frog crowed "Nice clean Money...Yeahhh!" Beats me how they didn't get away with that one! I remember it so vividly as one of my brothers (Hi 'Brian'!) tried out his new fangled tape-recorder on it. The "Peter Gunn" theme was also a great bonus.Good Times.
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