The Smurfs (1981–1990)
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Hats Off to Smurfs/The Noble Stag 

King Gerard has been turned into a black stag by his wicked cousin Malcolm, who plans to kill him and mount him in his trophy room. But the loyal little Smurfs help their friend regain his form and his throne.

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(story), (story) (as Richard H. Fogel Jr.) | 3 more credits »

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Episode cast overview:
Don Messick ...
Papa Smurf (voice)
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Hefty Smurf (voice)
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Smurfette (voice)
Danny Goldman ...
Brainy Smurf (voice)
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Grouchy Smurf (voice)
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Gargamel (voice)
Hamilton Camp ...
Greedy Smurf (voice)
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Clumsy Smurf (voice)
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Jokey Smurf (voice)
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Vanity Smurf (voice)
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Tailor Smurf (voice)
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King Gerard (voice)
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King Gerard has been turned into a black stag by his wicked cousin Malcolm, who plans to kill him and mount him in his trophy room. But the loyal little Smurfs help their friend regain his form and his throne.

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26 November 1983 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Goofs

In "The Noble Stag," Jokey used a raccoon pelt to distract the dogs in Malcom the Mad's trophy room. However, raccoons are native to North America, not Europe (which is the location of the cartoon series), so that raccoon pelt should have not be among Malcom's trophies. Also, because the time period of the Smurfs cartoon series is the late Middle Ages (14th-15th century), showing a raccoon pelt would be anachronistic as raccoons were unknown to Europeans until the late 16th century. See more »

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