Pound Puppies (1986–1988)
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Where's the Fire?/The Wonderful World of Whopper 

"Where's the Fire?/The Wonderful World of Whopper" is an episode of Pound Puppies starring Adrienne Alexander, Allyce Beasley, and Ruth Buzzi. The Pound Puppies meets a retriever who wants to be a fire-dog. Later, Whopper helps a puppy snap out of her persistent boredom.

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
... Brattina (voice)
... Beazer (voice)
... Nose Marie (voice)
... Katrina Stoneheart (voice)
... Bright Eyes (voice)
... Sparky (voice)
... Holly (voice)
... Cooler (voice)
Justin Gocke ... Davie (voice)
... Fire Chief (voice)
... Howler (voice)
... Whopper (voice)
... Catgut / Howler's Robot / TV Announcer (voice)
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The Pound Puppies meets a retriever who wants to be a fire-dog. Later, Whopper helps a puppy snap out of her persistent boredom.

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21 November 1987 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The ending of The Wonderful World of Whopper was inspired by the 1939 movie, The Wizard of Oz. See more »

Crazy Credits

During Season 2's title sequence, the camera zooms out to a different Pound Puppies logo, this time with Cooler in the logo and Katrina's dog pound in the background. In one scene, The Pound Puppies(With Howler absent) introduce themselves. The scene irises out to another scene where Cooler rescues three puppies and gives them to new owners. In another scene, Katrina, Brattina, and Catgut are looking at a wanted poster they made with the Pound Puppies(Now including Howler) picture in it. Catgut slices the wanted poster and the Pound Puppies come out and are chased by Katrina. Katrina catches them and puts the Pound Puppies in a kennel. The Pound Puppies fall through a trap door and slide down into their headquarters via Pupscalator with Holly waiting for them. At the end of the sequence, the camera then pans up to the same Pound Puppies logo. See more »

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References Bim Bam Boom (1955) See more »

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