The Best of Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales

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  • 1963
  • 1 Season

"The Best of Tennessee Tuxedo and his Tales" is a collection of 15 of the titular cartoons. Tennessee Tuxedo was a scheming penguin who lived at a zoo with his best friend, a dim-witted walrus named Chumley. The two were always trying to escape from the zoo, much to the ire of their keeper Stanley Livingstone. They also got embroiled in a number of hare-brained schemes, thanks to Tennessee. The duo had a human ally, Dr. Phineas J. Whoopee, who would lecture them on a variety of topics ranging from hot air balloons to music. http://www.amazon.com/BEST-OF-TENNESSEE-TUXEDO-Various/dp/B000E1JOYS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tennessee_Tuxedo_and_His_Tales

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A Wreck of a Record / Parachuting Pickle / Wish-Wash
7. A Wreck of a Record / Parachuting Pickle / Wish-Wash
March 15, 1964
Tennessee wants to be in the Big Show so he learns how to make a recording/Tennessee and Chumley learn how to skydive and unintentionally help capture robbers/Tennessee and Chumley start a laundry business but need to learn how to make a washing machine work first
Rocket Ruckus / Tale of a Tiger
6. Rocket Ruckus / Tale of a Tiger
February 2, 1964
To show up his archenemy Tennessee plans to build a rocket/Tiger Tornado arrives at the zoo and conspires to take over the zoo from Tennessee Tuxedo
Sail On, Sail On / Tell-Tale Telegraph
5. Sail On, Sail On / Tell-Tale Telegraph
January 18, 1964
Tennessee is in competition to become commodore of the Megapolis Yacht Club and seeks sailing lessons from Professor Whoopee/Tennessee dreams he is in the Old West and learns how telegraphs work
The Bridge Builders / Howl, Howl-The Gang's All Here
4. The Bridge Builders / Howl, Howl-The Gang's All Here
January 11, 1964
Hired as bridge builders, Tennessee and Chumley's bridge prevents a group of bank robbers from making their escape/Tennessee Tuxedo receives a dog for his birthday and must construct a dog house to hide his new pet from Mr. Livingston
Tic-Toc / Scuttled Sculpture
3. Tic-Toc / Scuttled Sculpture
November 2, 1963
After Chumley shoots an arrow into the new Megapolis Zoo clock tower, Tennessee and Chumley must repair the clock before Stanley Livingston returns to the zoo/After destroying the original, Chumley and Tennessee must replace the zoo's new statue of Mr. Livingston
Telephone Terrors / The Giant Clam Caper
2. Telephone Terrors / The Giant Clam Caper
October 19, 1963
Tennessee decides to improve communication at the zoo by providing all of the animals with phone lines/Tennessee and Chumley sabotage the zoo's attempt to hire two professional deep sea divers because they want the job of bringing back a giant clam
The Rainmakers / The Lamplighters
1. The Rainmakers / The Lamplighters
October 5, 1963
Tennessee Tuxedo and Chumley find jobs at a local weather station but run into trouble when a viewer demands that they make it rain/Tennessee is not satisfied with the lighting in his home so he sets out to create a better light bulb
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"The Best of Tennessee Tuxedo and his Tales" is a collection of 15 of the titular cartoons. Tennessee Tuxedo was a scheming penguin who lived at a zoo with his best friend, a dim-witted walrus named Chumley. The two were always trying to escape from the zoo, much to the ire of their keeper Stanley Livingstone. They also got embroiled in a number of hare-brained schemes, thanks to Tennessee. The duo had a human ally, Dr. Phineas J. Whoopee, who would lecture them on a variety of topics ranging from hot air balloons to music.

http://www.amazon.com/BEST-OF-TENNESSEE-TUXEDO-Various/dp/B000E1JOYS http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tennessee_Tuxedo_and_His_Tales

  • Premiere Date
    October 5, 1963