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Vern Louden ...  Ragland T. Tiger / ... 23 episodes, 1950-1957
Roy Whaley ...  Narrator / ... 23 episodes, 1950-1957
Russ Coughlan ...  Dudley Nightshade / ... 17 episodes, 1950-1957
GeGe Pearson ...  Crusader Rabbit / ... 13 episodes, 1957
...  Crusader Rabbit 10 episodes, 1950-1952
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(455 episodes) | (13 episodes)

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(1949)| (1957)

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The original animation was done in black and white by Alex Anderson in his garage studio at 2727 Stuart St. in Berkeley, California. See more »

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An inspired pioneering animation treasure..
23 November 2001 | by See all my reviews

What a pity that "Crusader Rabbit," Jay Ward's first wild and wacky TV animation series is all but lost to the modern world. Only five-minutes long, each segment was a splendid combination of humor, satire and comedy that was a delight for 1950's children and adults. "Crusader Rabbit" is the seminal work that led Ward to go on and produce such memorable series as "Rocky and Bullwinkle," "Dudley Do-Right," and "George of the Jungle." Can't someone get this material back into circulation on video or dvd? It is a gem in its own right as well as an important first step in the evolution of TV animation and satire.


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