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Go Go Gophers 

Colonel Kit Coyote has one last chance to win the west for the U.S. Cavalry, by claiming Gopher Gulch. Only two obstacles stand in his way, Chief Running Board and Ruffled Feathers, the ... See full summary »
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1968   1967   1966  

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Sandy Becker Sandy Becker ...  Ruffled Feather / ... 48 episodes, 1966-1968
George S. Irving ...  Running Board / ... 48 episodes, 1966-1968
Kenny Delmar Kenny Delmar ...  Col. Kit Coyote / ... 48 episodes, 1966-1968
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Colonel Kit Coyote has one last chance to win the west for the U.S. Cavalry, by claiming Gopher Gulch. Only two obstacles stand in his way, Chief Running Board and Ruffled Feathers, the last surviving Indian Gophers of their tribe. Written by Daniel Timothy Dey

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Colonel Kit Coyote is a caricature of US President Theodore Roosevelt -- particularly in regard to his spectacles, moustache, patrician accent, and commanding manner; as well as the fact that he had also been a colonel, though not in the US Army but in the Cavalry. See more »

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Spun-off from Underdog (1964) See more »

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Go-Go Gophers
Written by W.W. Biggers, T. Covington, W. Sharples & C. Stover
Performed by Sandy Becker & George S. Irving
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Series Suffered From Repetitive Plots
6 August 2003 | by hfan77See all my reviews

Go Go Gophers had its good points and bad points.

The good points were the outstanding voicework of Kenny Delmar (A Total Television staple who voiced The Hunter, Baldy the Eagle and Commander McBragg), Sandy Becker, the former local New York kids show host and George S. Irving, who used a deeper voice than his narration for Underdog. There was also the outstanding theme song that went "Go Go Gophers, watch them go go go."

The bad points were that the plots were rather repetitive. In each episode Colonel Kit Coyote and Sergeant Okey Homa tried to drive the Indians out of Gopher Gulch, but each time they failed. That's why the show is best enjoyed as a five minute segment instead of a full half hour show. As for the other segment Klondike Kat, the plots were also repetiitious but the writing was really bad, relying so much on catch phrases like "I'll make mincemeat out of that mouse! Savoir Faire is everywhere! and Klondike Kat always gets his mouse!"


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10 September 1966 (USA) See more »

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Os Dois Caretas See more »

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