Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy

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This article is about the segments. For the individual articles of the main title characters, see Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy.
Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy
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On-screen title card.
Network: NBC
Production company: Hanna-Barbera
Original release: September 28, 19591962
Starring: Daws Butler
Doug Young
Producer(s): William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Music composed by: Hoyt Curtin
Writer(s): Michael Maltese
Director(s): William Hanna
Joseph Barbera

Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy is a series of animated segments as part of The Quick Draw McGraw Show, produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions for NBC's Saturday morning children's programming. It ran from 1959 to 1962, airing 45 episodes.

The show centers around a pair of a father-and-son due of dogs, in which, Doggie Daddy must rise his rambunctious son Augie as a single parent.

Over the years, Augie and Daddy have joined in many of their good friend Yogi Bear's groups, such as Yogi's Gang in Yogi's Gang, Yogi Yahooeys in Laff-A-Lympics and Yogi's Treasure Hunters in Yogi's Treasure Hunt, they also had various other appearances, such as in Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, Yo, Yogi!, a number of Kellogg's commercials, the MetLife commercial entitled "Everyone" and Daddy also made a cameo in The Good, the Bad and Huckleberry Hound and in the I Am Weasel episode "I Am My Lifetime" as an elder, but made very little recent appearances until they both appeared for the Jellystone! reboot, in which Augie is a girl and Daddy is more portrayed as a over protective helicopter parent.



The two themselves most likely took inspiration from Spike and Tyke from the Tom and Jerry franchise, and the voice of Doggie Daddy was based on that of Jimmy Durante.



Episode Number Air date
"Foxhound Hounded Fox" 1x01 Week of September 28, 1959
"Watch Dog Augie" 1x02 Week of October 19, 1959
"Skunk You Very Much" 1x03 Week of October 13, 1959
"In the Picnic of Time" 1x04 Week of November 2, 1959
"High and Flighty" 1x05 Week of October 5, 1959
"Nag-Nag-Nag" 1x06 Week of October 12, 1959
"Talk it Up Pup" 1x07 Week of November 10, 1959
"Tee Vee or Not Tee Vee" 1x08 Week of December 7, 1959
"Big Top Pop" 1x09 Week of October 26, 1959
"Million-Dollar Robbery" 1x10 Week of December 1, 1959
"Pup Plays Pop" 1x11 Week of December 28, 1959
"Pop's Nature Pup" 1x12 Week of December 8, 1959
"Good Mouse Keeping" 1x13 Week of December 22, 1959
"Whatever Goes Pup" 1x14 Week of December 21, 1959
"Cat Happy Pappy" 1x15 Week of January 4, 1960
"Ro-Butler" 1x16 Week of February 1, 1960
"Pipsqueak Pop" 1x17 Week of January 11, 1960
"Fan Clubbed" 1x18 Week of January 18, 1960
"Crow Cronies" 1x19 Week of February 2, 1960
"Gone to the Ducks" 2x01 Week of January 25, 1960
"Mars Little Precious" 2x02 Week of January 25, 1960
"Swat's the Matter" 2x03 Week of February 22, 1960
"Snagglepuss" 2x04 Week of February 20, 1960
"Hum Sweet Hum" 2x05 Week of March 14, 1960
"Peck O' Trouble" 2x06 Week of March 7, 1960
"Fuss N' Feathers" 2x07 Week of February 29, 1960
"Yuk-Yuk Duck" 2x08 1960
"It's a Mice Day" 2x09 Week of October 30, 1960
"Bud Brothers" 2x10 Week of November 22, 1960
"Pint Giant" 2x11 Week of May 8, 1961
"It's a Worm Day" 2x12 Week of December 12, 1960
"Patient Pop" 3x01 Week of November 28, 1960
"Let's Duck Out" 3x02 Week of September 13, 1961
"The Party Lion" 3x03 1961
"The Musket-Tears" 3x04 Week of January 23, 1961
"Horse Fathers" 3x05 Week of October 8, 1961
"Playmate Pup" 3x06 Week of March 27, 1961
"Little Wonder" 3x07 Week of January 9, 1961
"Treasure Jest" 3x08 1961
"Ape to Z" 3x09 1961-1962 season
"Growing, Growing, Gone" 3x10 1961
"Dough Nutty" 3x11 1961-1962 season
"Party Pooper Pop" 3x12 1961-1962 season
"Hand to Mouse" 3x13 Week of December 22, 1959
"Vacation Tripped" 3x14 1961-1962 season


In popular culture

  • In the Family Guy episode "Brothers & Sisters," Lois tries to talk her sister, Carol, out of marrying Mayor Adam West, since it didn't work out with her third husband, Doggie Daddy, due to a son from a previous marriage. He then casually pops up to inform Carol he's available now because Augie's "all grown up now [and] out of the house."