Sheriff Hoot Kloot Cartoons

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  • 1973
  • 1 Season

Sheriff Hoot Kloot Cartoons from MGM is an animated TV series that revolves around the antics of Sheriff Hoot Kloot, a small, buck-toothed law enforcer who is determined to bring law and order to the Wild West. The show features a cast of characters that include Hoot Kloot's trusty but dim-witted horse Fester, the cunning villainous Pete the Polecat, and a host of other characters that help bring the mythic Wild West to life.

The series was released in the late 1960s when the Western genre was at the height of its popularity, and it is clear that the creators drew inspiration from the great Western movies of the time. The setting is typically the dusty streets of a small frontier town, with wagon trains and cowboys setting the tone.

The animation in Sheriff Hoot Kloot Cartoons from MGM is of a high standard for its time, and the artwork is well-suited to the Wild West setting. The character designs are particularly striking, with Sheriff Hoot Kloot's oversized eyes and exaggerated features adding to the cartoonish feel of the show.

Despite the classic Western setting, Sheriff Hoot Kloot Cartoons from MGM is primarily a comedy series. Each episode sees the hapless Sheriff Hoot Kloot attempting to catch the villainous Pete the Polecat who is always up to no good. However, Hoot Kloot is prone to making missteps and stumbles his way into situations that often make things worse rather than better.

Pete the Polecat is also not your typical villain, and the series often subverts the expectations of the Western genre in humorous ways. The Polecat may be a villain, but he is also a cunning trickster who often outwits his opponents and escapes justice, much to Hoot Kloot's frustration.

The voice acting in Sheriff Hoot Kloot Cartoons from MGM is top-notch, with Mel Blanc providing the distinctive voice for Sheriff Hoot Kloot. Blanc is famous for his work on classic cartoons such as Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, and his performance in this series is just as memorable.

The music in the series is also noteworthy, with a catchy theme song that sets the tone for each episode. The music often features a twangy guitar that evokes the sounds of the Wild West, adding to the overall atmosphere of the show.

Sheriff Hoot Kloot Cartoons from MGM is a beloved classic of the cartoon genre, and its popularity has endured over the years. Many fans of the series still remember it fondly and appreciate its unique blend of Western-themed slapstick comedy.

Overall, Sheriff Hoot Kloot Cartoons from MGM is an entertaining and amusing series that brings the Wild West to life in a fun and lighthearted way. It is a must-watch for anyone who enjoys classic cartoons or is a fan of the Western genre.

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Seasons
Saddle Soap Opera
17. Saddle Soap Opera
April 17, 1974
Hoot Kloot and Fester arrives at San Francisco to bring Judge Sayabe (the hanging judge) back to Cactus Goat.
Mesa Trouble
16. Mesa Trouble
April 17, 1974
Dangerous outlaw Big Red has come to town to get revenge on Hoot for putting him away. Hoot tries to deputize someone to help him fight off the troublemaker, but everyone, including the Army, is too scared of Big Red to accept the job!
The Badge and the Beautiful
15. The Badge and the Beautiful
April 17, 1974
Tough cowgirl Calamitous Jane has the hots for Hoot and wants to marry him...and won't take no for an answer.
Strange On the Range
14. Strange On the Range
April 16, 1974
Outlaw prisoner Billy the Kidder has escaped, and plays demeaning practical jokes on Hoot when he tries to recapture him.
By Hoot or by Crook
13. By Hoot or by Crook
April 17, 1974
Hoot goes after the outlaw known as The Fox by disguising himself...the ruse works a bit too well as now the town thinks that HE is The Fox!
Big Beef at the O.K. Corral
12. Big Beef at the O.K. Corral
April 17, 1974
Hoot tries to catch some cattle rustlers who are really Billy the Kidder, who, as usual, outsmarts him at every opportunity.
As the Tumbleweed Turns
11. As the Tumbleweed Turns
April 8, 1974
Hoot must evict the Widow Watley from her house in order to build a railroad line, but her big, mean dog won't let him through the gate.
Gold Struck
10. Gold Struck
January 9, 1974
Hoot has to take over the gold deliveries to Virginia City when everyone else becomes to scared to do the job.
Giddy up Woe
9. Giddy up Woe
January 9, 1974
Hoot trades in his trusty horse Confederate for a newer and faster horse.
Phony Express
8. Phony Express
January 4, 1974
Hoot comes back from San Francisco where he has learned some fancy new tricks at a sheriff's convention.
Ten Miles to the Gallop
7. Ten Miles to the Gallop
October 15, 1973
Hoot gets a new police car in an effort to catch Crazywolf.
Stirrups and Huccups
6. Stirrups and Huccups
September 15, 1973
Hoot is out to catch the villiain Wild Bill Hiccups.
Pay Your Buffalo Bill
5. Pay Your Buffalo Bill
September 9, 1973
Crazywolf has set up a new business of selling a special tonic that gives people super strength. Hoot is set on arresting him for selling it without a license until he gets a taste of the tonic.
A Self-Winding Sidewinder
4. A Self-Winding Sidewinder
October 9, 1973
Hoot is up for re-election and Crazywolf decides to run against him.
The Shoe Must Go On
3. The Shoe Must Go On
June 16, 1973
Hoot is trying to catch a bank robber that has come to town.
Description
  • Premiere Date
    June 16, 1973