The Spots Off a Leopard/Invasion of Earth by Robots/Cecil Meets the Singing Dinasor 

Beany and Cecil hunt for Old Spot the Leopard. Cecil confronts a pair of Venusian robots - a mother robot and her baby. The gang sets out to capture a singing dinosaur.


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"The Spots Off a Leopard": Captain Huffenpuff charges Beany and Cecil with the task of bringing back the spots of Old Spot, the spotted leopard. How will they remove the spots? With spot remover, of course. The pair trek into the jungle, after their quarry: a skinny, toothless leopard with a mealy-mouthed whine for a voice. He's ready for hunters, though. He has a muscle suit, dentures with fangs and gloves with sharpened claws. "Invasion of Earth by Robots": Captain Huffenpuff informs Cecil that two robots, Venus the Meanest and her baby robot, a menace named Venice, are about to invade earth. It's the serpent's duty to catch them. Later, Venus arrives on earth in her flying saucer. She is here to have a picnic, yap with her friend over the telephone and maybe even find a father for Venice. "Cecil Meets The Singing Dinasor": The gang sails the Leakin' Lena under the Bridge of Bardot and the Low-Low Bridge-Ada in order to reach the prehistoric land known as No Bikini Atoll. "No Bikini... Written by J. Spurlin

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The mother robot calls Cecil "a regular Robot Stack." She's referring to the television actor, Robert Stack. Cecil replies that he's "totally an untouchable," which is a reference to Stack's TV series, The Untouchables (1959). There are more punning celebrity references to Gina Lollobrigida, Brigitte Bardot and Dinah Shore. Cecil makes a celebrity reference when he tells Old Spot the leopard, who is ineffectively trying to claw him to pieces, that he "scratches better than Brando." He means Marlon Brando, who had a habit of scratching himself in his movies. See more »


Cecil: [to Old Spot, who is trying to claw him to pieces] You scratch better than Brando.
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References The Untouchables (1959) See more »

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