Baba Looey

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Baba Looey
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Baba in "Dynamite Fright."
Species: Burro
Gender: Male
Affiliation: Quick Draw McGraw
Snuffles
Yogi's Gang
Father: Not mentioned
Mother: Not mentioned
First appearance: QDMG: "Lamb Chopped" (1959)
Played by: Daws Butler (1959-1988)
Neil Ross (1990-1991)
Rob Paulsen (2000-2007)
Jenny Lorenzo (2021)
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Quick Draw McGraw
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Jellystone!

Baba Looey is an anthropomorphic Mexican burro who stars as a main character in the Quick Draw McGraw shorts. His voice was originated by Daws Butler using a Mexican accent.

In the Jellystone! reboot, Baba is a girl called Bobbie Louie, and is Cuban rather than Mexican. She is the head of Jellystone's Small Business Better Business Bureau of Small Business. She is voiced by Jenny Lorenzo.

Character description

Biography

Debut series

Yogi's Birthday Party

Kellogg's Corn Flakes

Crossover Era

It's Yogi's Gang

Yogi's Ark Lark

Yogi's Treasure Hunt

The Good, the Bad, and Huckleberry Hound

Yo, Yogi!

Jellystone!

I Am Weasel cameo

An elderly Baba Looey resides in an retirement home for cartoon sidekicks in the I Am Weasel episode "I Am My Lifetime"

Harvey Birdman

Baba Looey appears in the Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law episode "Guitar Control," where he hangs out with Peanut. He is later accidentally killed by Peanut, who wanted to mess with Quick Draw's guitars. In "Droopy Botox," he is seen at the crematorium. In "Juror in Court," he and Quick Draw appear in a Kama Sutra book, performing the "Cowboy" position.

Wacky Races (2017) cameo

In the episode "The Wacky Always Races Twice," he played the role of one of the "Low Lives" that Penelope Pitstop had to avoid.

Baba in the Funny Books

Marvel's Laff-A-Lympics

Flintstones vist New York World's Fair

Scooby-Doo teams up with Quick Draw

Development

Gallery

Main article: Baba Looey/Gallery

Toys and merchandise

Behind the scenes

  • During production on Jellystone!, Melody Iza, herself a transgender artist, suggested for Baba to be turned into the transgender character of Bobbie mid production. Iza suggested the same change to Loopy De Loop and Squiddly Diddly.[1]

References