Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks

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Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks
P&D&MJ title card.png
On-screen title card.
Created by: William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Network: NBC
Production company: Hanna-Barbera
Distributor: Screen Gems
Original release: September 29, 1958-March 22, 1962


Starring: Daws Butler
Don Messick
Producer(s): William Hanna
Joseph Barbera
Music composed by: Hoyt Curtin
Writer(s): Warren Foster
Tony Benedict
Paul Sommer
Director(s): William Hanna
Joseph Barbera

Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks is a series of animated segments as part of The Huckleberry Hound Show, produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions for NBC's Saturday morning children's programming. It ran from 1958 to 1962, airing 57 episodes that spanned four seasons.

Production

Development

Music

The music was composed by Hoyt Curtin.

Opening Theme Lyrics

Pixie, Dixie, dee da lee dum are the best of friends
Pixie, Dixie, dee da lee dum are friends until the end

Pixie, Dixie, dee da lee dum sometimes enjoys a spat
Pixie, Dixie, dee da lee dum with Mr Jinks the cat.

Episodes

Episode Number Air date
"Cousin Tex" 1x01 Week of September 29, 1958
"Judo Jack" 1x02 Week of October 6, 1958
"Kit Kat Kit" 1x03 Week of October 13, 1958
"Jinks' Mice Device" 1x04 Week of October 20, 1958
"Pistol Packin' Pirate" 1x05 Week of October 27, 1958
"Scaredy Cat Dog" 1x06 Week of November 3, 1958
"Little Bird Mouse" 1x07 Week of November 10, 1958
"Jiggers..It's Jinks!" 1x08 Week of November 17, 1958
"The Ghost With the Most" 1x09 Week of November 24, 1958
"The Ace of Space" 1x10 Week of December 1, 1958
"Jinks Junior" 1x11 Week of December 8, 1958
"Jinks the Butler" 1x12 Week of December 22, 1958
"Jinks' Flying Carpet" 1x13 Week of December 29, 1958
"Puppet Pals" 1x14 Week of January 12, 1958
"Mark of the Mouse" 1x15 Week of January 19, 1958
"Dinky Jinks" 1x16 Week of February 1, 1958
"Hypnotize Surprise" 1x17 Week of October 20, 1958
"Nice Mice" 1x18 Week of February 23, 1959
"King Size-Surprise" 1x19 Week of March 2, 1959
"Cat-Nap Cat" 1x20 Week of March 9, 1959
"Mouse Nappers" 1x21 Week of March 16, 1959
"Boxing Buddy" 1x22 Week of March 23, 1959
"Hi-Fido" 2x01 Week of September 14, 1959
"Rapid Robot" 2x02 Week of September 21, 1959
"Sour Puss" 2x03 Week of September 28, 1959
"King Size Poodle" 2x04 Week of October 26, 1959
"Mighty Mite" 2x05 Week of November 2, 1959
"Bird Brained Cat" 2x06 Week of November 23, 1959
"Batty Bat" 2x07 Week of November 30, 1959
"Lend-Lease Meece" 2x08 Week of December 21, 1959
"A Good Good Fairy" 2x09 Week of December 28, 1959
"Heavens to Jinksy" 2x10 Week of January 18, 1960
"Goldfish Fever" 2x11 Week of January 25, 1960
"Pushy Cat" 2x12 Week of February 15, 1960
"Puss in Boats" 2x13 Week of February 22, 1960
"Pied Piper Pipe" 3x01 Week of September 26, 1960
"Price for Mice" 3x02 Week of October 24, 1960
"Plutocrat Cat" 3x03 1960
"Party Peeper Jinks" 3x04 Week of November 28, 1960
"Woo for Two" 3x05 Week of December 5, 1960
"A Wise Quack" 3x06 Week of January 16, 1961
"Kind To Meeces Week" 3x07 Week of January 23, 1961
"Missile Bound Cat" 3x08 Week of February 6, 1961
"Crew Cat" 3x09 Week of February 13, 1961
"Jinxed Jinks" 3x10 Week of February 20, 1961
"Light-Headed Cat" 3x11 Week of February 27, 1961
"Mouse For Rent" 3x12 Week of March 6, 1961
"High Jinks" 3x13 Week of April 20, 1961
"Jinks' Jinx" 3x14 Week of November 1, 1961
"Fresh Heir" 3x15 Week of November 23, 1961
"Home Flea" 3x16 Week of February 1, 1962
"Bombay Mouse" 4x01 Week of February 8, 1962
"Strong Mouse" 4x02 Week of February 15, 1962
"Mouse Trapped" 4x03 Week of February 22, 1962
"Magician Jinks" 4x04 Week of March 8, 1962
"Meece Missiles" 4x05 Week of March 15, 1962
"Homeless Jinks" 4x06 Week of March 22, 1962

Cast

Legacy

Pixie, Dixie and Mr. Jinks appear in the Jellystone! reboot, with Jinks voiced by Jeff Bergman and Pixie voiced by Jenny Lorenzo. Jinks is Mayor Huckleberry's assistant, and Pixie and Dixie run a candy store called Pixie and Dixie's. Dixie is also reimagined as a girl in this series.

In popular culture

In other languages

Language Name
Brazilian Plic & Ploc e Chuvisco
French Pixie et Dixie et Mr. Jinks
Hungary Inci, Finci és Kandúr Bandi
Japanese チュースケとチュータ (Chūsuke to Chūta)

References