Blabber Mouse

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Blabber Mouse
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Blabber in "Person to Prison".
Species: Mouse
Gender: Male
Affiliation: Super Snooper
Yogi Yahooeys
Yogi's Treasure Hunters
Yogi's Gang
Occupation: Detective
Father: Not mentioned
Mother: Not mentioned
Marital status: Single
First appearance: S&B: "Puss n' Booty" (1959)
Played by: Elliot Field (1959)
Daws Butler (1959-85)
Hal Smith (1991)
Rob Paulsen (1993)
Bernardo de Paula (2021)
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Wacky Races
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Deathstroke/Yogi Bear Special
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Jellystone!

Blabber Mouse, mostly just called Blabber, is an anthropomorphic detective mouse and the secondary main protagonist in the Snooper and Blabber shorts. His partner is Super Snooper. His voice was originated by Elliot Field, but he was mostly voiced by Daws Butler.

He recently appeared in the 2021 Jellystone! reboot. In the reboot, he is voiced by Bernardo de Paula.

Character description

Appearances

TV series

Specials

Movies

Comics

Biography

Debut series

Yogi's Birthday Party

Crossover Era

Laff-A-Lympics

Yogi Bear's All Star Comedy Christmas Caper

Yogi's Treasure Hunt

Yo, Yogi!

Super Secret Secret Squirrel

In the episode "Agent Penny", he gets bored of Secret telling him about his adventures and makes an excuse to leave. Secret attempts to convince him and Snooper to stay for a game of Canasta but to no avail.

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.

Everyone's Back in Jellystone!

Blabber in the Funny Books

Marvels' Laff-A-Lympics

Flintstones visit New York World's Fair

Cartoon Network Presents

Development

Behind the Scenes

  • In the Spanish dub of Snooper and Blabber, Blabber was remaned to Despitado.

Gallery

Main article: Blabber Mouse/Gallery

In popular culture

  • In the Robot Chicken skit "Laff-A-Munich" segment of the episode "Ban on the Fun," he is seen alongside Snooper questioning the Great Fondoo about the murders of the Yogi Yahooeys, after they killed Fondoo for not answering their question, they didn't appear on screen again, leaving their fate unknown.

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