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The Tower of Dr. Zalost 

"The Tower of Dr. Zalost" Pink cannonballs fly from a huge tower and rain down on the people of Nowhere, turning them gray and depressed.

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(as John R. Dilworth)

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(created by) (as John R. Dilworth), (head writer) | 6 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Marty Grabstein ...
Courage (voice)
Lionel Wilson ...
Eustace Bagge (voice) (as Lionel G. Wilson)
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Muriel Bagge (voice)
Jon Adams ...
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Michael Allinson ...
(voice)
Vima Bauer ...
(voice)
Todd Cummings ...
(voice)
John Dilworth ...
Nowhere Newsman (voice) (as John R. Dilworth)
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(voice)
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(voice)
Tim Chi Ly ...
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"The Tower of Dr. Zalost" Pink cannonballs fly from a huge tower and rain down on the people of Nowhere, turning them gray and depressed.

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TV-Y7
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Release Date:

16 November 2001 (USA)  »

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Trivia

John R. Dilworth created character Dr.Zalost in Zagreb, Croatia. His name means "Sadness" in Croatian. See more »

Connections

Features Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (1964) See more »

Soundtracks

The Tower Of Dr. Zalost Suite
Written & Performed by Jody Gray
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I miss this show.. and this is the reason why
14 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Tower of Dr Zalost, just like many good Courage The Cowardly Dog episodes, has the lesson, humor, and great story line we all love from our favorite cartoons while growing up...

With the story of how really all villains feel on the inside, to only share with the world what it is they're feeling, this episode really has many good points on the lessons we can learn from a cartoon.

This is actually a very well written and deep episode coming from the depression many feel, only caused by another.... but as we all know.. through and through.. it's the things we do and share that can make most of the scariest and darkest times to have light once again

One of, if not my most, favorite Courage episodes and I am really going to miss cartoons like this from the stupid ones it seems we have today..!


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