Hush assisted Police Chief Muldoon in jailing criminals by transforming himself into a cigar smoking shadow named Quincy, who operated independently in tracking down clues. Featured ... See full summary »

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 Q.T. Hush (uncredited) (100 episodes, 1960)
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Hush assisted Police Chief Muldoon in jailing criminals by transforming himself into a cigar smoking shadow named Quincy, who operated independently in tracking down clues. Featured criminals included the Scavenger Hill Mob, Yo Yo, Ping Pong, Baffles, Al Cologne, Professor Zappo, and One Ton. Written by Charles Brubaker

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The show would always start with Q.T. and Shamus walking down a dark street. Suddenly a knife was thrown at them and sticks into the light pole next to them. The knife has a note attached which says; "Q.T. Hush Private Eye and Shamus Private Nose". See more »

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It's desperation time!
30 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I grew up with QT, watching on local TV as a 9 year old...At the time I wasn't so picky about animation...I remember Quincy, Hushes' assistant and Shamus, a hound replete with deerstalker hat, Hushes' "private nose"......There were character villains like "Al Cologne" (as in Al Capone) as well as an Asian goon named "Won Ton" (as in one ton) because of his size.....

Like I said, I wasn't so picky at the time....We had other stuff like this including "Spunky and Tadpole" a rather crude but humorous series about a kid and a bear detective that predated the Scooby-doo bit by over 10 years - but I digress.

Recently I had the chance to view several episodes on tape and was amazed by how cheesy the whole mess looked.

I guess my biggest problem with the series overall was that Dal Mc Kenna did ALL the damn voices....ALL of 'em!........And every one of them sounds the same! Dal's a talented man but even Mel Blanc couldn't pull off doin' everything himself.....

If you want to see something from about 7 years later that was so dumb it was funny, try Batfink.


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