User:Snoopy The Dog

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Hello! I'm Snoopy The Dog. I always wanted to work on a platform to help out with a Hanna-Barbera wiki, but unfortunately FANDOM's updates make it harder and harder for anyone to edit. A good friend I met on FANDOM asked me to help out here, and so, here I am. I'm currently working on adding series pages, episode pages, character pages and adding screenshots from various HB shows. I'm working out a system to make as many pages as possible by collecting title cards, so far I got most of the 60's stuff title cards.

I don't want to share too much about myself, but I'm male and I was born on July 24, so be sure to wish me happy birthday whenever it comes around, I'll definitely appreciate that.

Notes

  • Mr. Jinks' appearances on Yogi's Treasure Hunt
  • Comic lineups I might finish in the future.
    • Laff-A-Lympics
    • Yogi and his Toy
      • Issue 1
        • Yogi Bear in The Honey Tree
        • Quick Draw McGraw in Taken for a Ride'
        • Magilla Gorilla in Joey's Birthday
        • Boss Cat in Dibble's New Beat
        • Huckleberry Hound in The Winning Prize
        • Unnamed Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks story on the back cover
      • Issue 2
        • Yogi Bear in Fishing For Jam Buns
        • Quick Draw McGraw in Cowboy Pancakes
        • Magilla Gorilla in Magilla Learns the Hard Way
        • Boss Cat in Boss Cat and the Red Car
        • Huckleberry Hound in Fun in Scotland
        • The Flintstones in Fred Forgets his Lunch
        • Unnamed Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks story on the back cover
      • Issue 3
      • Issue 4
        • Yogi Bear in Head Stand
        • Quick Draw McGraw in Run to the Station
        • Magilla Gorilla in Magilla Makes a Splash!
        • Boss Cat in Crossing the Street
        • Huckleberry Hound in Fun in Scotland part 2
        • The Flintstones in The Old Rocking Chair
        • Unnamed Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks story on the back cover
      • Issue 5
        • Unnamed Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks story on the back cover
      • Issue 6
        • Unnamed Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks story on the back cover
      • Issue 7
      • Issue 8
      • Issue 9
      • Issue 10
      • Issue 11
      • Issue 12
      • Issue 13
      • Issue 14
      • Issue 15
      • Issue 16
      • Issue 17
      • Issue 18
      • Issue 19
      • Issue 20
      • Issue 21
      • Issue 22
      • Issue 23
        • Yogi Bear in The Man in the Caravan
        • Quick Draw McGraw in Back Tracking
        • Unnamed Wally Gator and Mr. Twiddle story
        • Boss Cat in For Two Pins
        • Huckleberry Hound in Wild Bees
        • The Flintstones in Holiday Snaps
        • Unnamed Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks story on the back cover
      • Issue 24
      • Issue 25
      • Issue 26
      • Issue 27
        • Yogi Bear in Honey on Tap
        • Quick Draw McGraw in The Dancing Lesson
        • Magilla Gorilla in Horse Sense
        • Boss Cat in The Secret Door
        • Huckleberry Hound in Ding's Old Banger
        • The Flintstones in Barney's Band
        • Unnamed Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks story on the back cover
      • Issue 28
      • Issue 29
      • Issue 30
      • Issue 31
      • Issue 32
      • Issue 33
      • Issue 34
      • Issue 35
      • Issue 36
    • Huckleberry Hound (Gold Key)
    • Where's Huddles? (Gold Key)
    • Hanna-Barbera Parade
  • In the episode "Olympic Grape" from The Great Grape Ape Show, the audience cheering closeup was actually reused from the Where's Huddles? TV series.
  • A Spanish Hokey Wolf book translated reads "Hokey and Daniel (Ding-a-Ling) in Danger after Danger with Animated Cartoons"
  • Hanna-Barbera references on Robot Chicken
  • Hanna-Barbera references on Family Guy
    • A parody version of Yogi and Boo Boo appeared in the episode "Hell Comes to Quahog" in which, Peter Griffin brutally kills Yogi using a hunter's knife as a favor to the Park Ranger.
    • Doggie Daddy appears in the episode, "Brothers and Sisters" (in which, Augie is mentioned).
    • In the episode "Screams of Silence: The Story of Brenda Q.", a forged letter mentions Grape Ape.
  • Hanna-Barbera references on The Cleveland Show
  • Hanna-Barbera references on South Park
    • In episodes "Imaginationland", "Imaginationland, Episode II" and "Imaginationland, Episode III", various cameos are made by Quick Draw McGraw, Baba Looey, Speed Buggy, Jonny Quest and one of the Smurfs.
    • Dick Dastardly and Muttley appear in the episode "Handicar", and make cameo appearances in the episode "South ParQ Vaccination Special."
    • In the episode "Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery", a parody of the Mystery Inc. gang appears; A person at the costume party is wearing a Scooby hat.
    • In the episode "Crippled Summer", a similar premise to that of Laff-A-Lympics is partly used with a blue team, a red team and a team of schemers who always tent to get caught in the end.
  • Hanna-Barbera references on American Dad
    • In the episode "The Boring Identity", Stan says "Heavens to Murgatroyd!" which is the catchphrase of Snagglepuss.
  • The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy references
    • Grape Ape made a cameo in the episode "Giant Billy and Mandy All Out Attack".
    • In the episode "Irwin Gets a Clue", Huckleberry Hound, Yogi Bear and Boo Boo Bear are ran over by Hoss Delgado's truck. Secret Squirrel also appeared where he was nearly hit by Hoss Delgado's truck.
  • HB references in ALF
    • ALF sings "Oh My Darling, Clementine" in the episode "Mr. Sandman".
    • "Suspicious Minds": After ALF is convinced a new neighbor is Elvis Presley, he mentions to Willie that the neighbor had a southern accent, Willie then goes on to mention other people with southern accents, one of them being Huckleberry Hound.
  • Drawn Together references
    • In the episode "Lost in Parking Space, Part Two". Fred Flintstone, Scrappy-Doo and versus other characters are seen in Hot Topics' torture room being brutally tortured.
    • Snagglepuss appears in the episode "Gay Bash".
    • A parody of Baba Looey appears in the episode "Breakfast Food Killer."
  • HB references in Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends
    • In the episode "Nightmare on Wilson Way", Frankie is dressed as Blossom from the Powerpuff Girls, plus another imaginary friend is dressed as Huckleberry Hound.
  • HB references in Rugrats
    • In the episode "Together at Last". Larry says "Dude, you look like a Smurf!".
  • HB references in Animaniacs (2020 TV series)
  • Space Jam 2 cameos
    • Mystery Inc. (Scooby, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma)
    • Space Ghost
    • Frankenstein Jr.
    • Yogi Bear
    • Boo Boo Bear
    • Fred Flintstone
    • Wilma Flintstone
    • Barney Rubble
    • Betty Rubble
    • Bamm Bamm Rubble
    • Dinosaur (Flintstones; Not to be mistaken for Dino)
    • George Jetson
    • Jane Jetson
    • Peter Potamus
    • Magilla Gorilla
    • Penelope Pitstop
    • Blue Falcon (Brian)
    • Dynomutt
  • Hokey was born in 1955 and is 40 years old (35 in series events).
  • Hanna-Barbera calendar issued to employees, retirees and selected fans every Christmas for years was the inclusion of various "birthdays" and related special days vis-à-vis the several characters. Following is a listing of such from the 1982 (25th Anniversary) calendar, arranged by month:
    • January
      • 6: Anniversary of Bedrock's founding
      • 11: Kwicky Koala's birthday
      • 14: Magilla Gorilla's birthday
      • 17: Huckleberry Hound's birthday
    • February
      • 10: Anniversary of Jellystone Park's dedication
    • March
      • 12: Anniversary of the Jetsons' moon landing (birthday of Joseph Barbera)
      • 17: Trollkins' Trot
      • 21: Scooby-Doo's birthday
      • 22: End of Yogi Bear's hibernation
    • April
      • 28: Scrappy-Doo's birthday
      • 30: Space Ghost's birthday
    • May
      • 2: Hong Kong Phooey's birthday
      • 14: Jabberjaw's birthday
      • 19: The Great Grape Ape's birthday
      • 21: Captain Caveman's birthday
      • 29: Top Cat's birthday
    • June
      • First Saturday: Plan Your Vacation Day
      • 10: Anniversary of Yogi's first pic-a-nic basket
    • July
      • 14: Ruff & Reddy's birthday (birthday of William Hanna)
      • Fourth Saturday: Bedrock Bronto Derby
    • August
      • 10: Touché Turtle's birthday
      • 12: Augie Doggie's birthday
      • Third Wednesday: Scooby's Surf Day
    • September
      • Saturday of Labour Day weekend: Get Ready for School Day
      • 9: Yogi Bear's birthday ("Hey Hey Hey!")
      • 20: Pebbles' birthday
      • 22: Wally Gator's birthday
      • 25: Ed Huddles' birthday
      • 30: Snagglepuss' birthday
    • October
      • Third Wednesday: Bedrock World Series
    • November
      • 17: Lippy the Lion's birthday
      • 20: Bamm-Bamm's birthday
      • 21: Quick Draw McGraw's birthday
    • December
      • First Monday: Opening of Jellystone Park's ski season
      • 22: Yogi goes into hibernation
  • Jellystone! is set in it's own continuity, as explains the personality changes and different style of animation.
    • Like most other crossovers staring Yogi, this is speculated by Greenblatt to be a Yogi show.

Possible Hokey airdates

I collected a bunch of airdates of Hokey's cartoons from a bunch of newspaper articles as well as "Tricks and Treats" airdate, which comes from Yowp's blog, note that some of these might be repeats. BTW, the numbers in the back are in which the order they aired in:

  • March 13, 1961 - Tricks and Treats - (1)
  • March 20, 1961 - Hokey Dokey - (2)
  • April 9, 1961 - Lamb-Basted Wolf - (5)
  • March 27, 1961 - Which Witch is Which - (3)
  • April 2, 1961 - Pick a Chick - (4)
  • April 23, 1961 - Robot Plot - (7)
  • April 20, 1961 - Bean Pod'ners - (8)
  • April 16, 1961 - Castle Hassle - (6)
  • - Booty on the Bounty - (13)
  • May 25, 1961 - Hokey in the Pokey - (11)
  • August 27, 1961 - Who's Zoo - (9)
  • September 3, 1961 - Dogged Sheep Dog - (10)
  • July 6, 1961 - Too Much to Bear - (16)
  • September 20, 1961 - Movies Are Bitter Than Ever - (12)
  • April 11, 1961 - Poached Yeggs - (14)
  • - Rushing Wolf Hound - (15)
  • - The Glass Sneaker - (18)
  • - Indian Giver - (19)
  • December 20, 1961 - Chock Full Chuck Wagon - (17)
  • November 30, 1961 - Bring 'Em Back a Live One - (21)
  • - A Star is Bored - (23)
  • October 22, 1961- West of the Pesos - (24)
  • November 12, 1961 - Phoney-O and Juliet - (20)
  • - Hokey’s Missing Millions - (22)
  • December 17, 1961 - Loot to Boot (25)
  • - Guesting Games (26)
  • - Aladdin’s Lamp Chops (28)
  • December 16, 1962 - Sick Sense (27)

HB character names

List of Mildew's insults

WARNING: not all of these are correctly spelt, I may have to go back and fix some things.

  • "The ASPCA shall hear of this!"
  • "Sorehead"
  • "Millitant Sorehead"
  • "High-Jacker"
  • "Deliberate Spoil Sport"
  • "Wolf Hater"
  • "You Manor Bunkin"
  • "Spoil Sport"
  • "Humorless Hound"
  • "Corny Canine"
  • "Boy oh boy ask a silly question"
  • "Sheepdog Brutality"
  • "Bow Wow Buffoon"
  • "Furry Meddler"
  • "Trouble Maker"
  • "Like a Bowout"
  • "Lack Wit"
  • "Me and my Big Mouth"
  • "Doubting Comments"
  • "Ingrate"
  • "Smart Alec Sheepdog"
  • "Sorehead Lamb Sitter"
  • "Bow Wow Baginski"
  • "Masked Malcontent"
  • "Masked Meddler"
  • "Party Pooper"
  • "Doggie Ding-a-Ling"
  • "Uninvited Pest"
  • "Fool's Cap"
  • "Doggie Duns"
  • "Darn Gone Dog"
  • "Litterbug"
  • "Crabby Canine"
  • "Cornball Canine"
  • "Harvest Hound"
  • "Dog Pound Dropout"
  • "Canine Catheter"
  • "Metal Some Mutt"
  • "Low-tied Lowbrow"
  • "Moby Dick"
  • "Muscle Bound Mutt"
  • "Muscle Beach Brute"
  • "Stage-Door Dummy"
  • "Hammy Hound"
  • "Bow Wow Fib-Player"
  • "Popcorn Peddler"
  • "Doggie Do-Gooder"
  • "Spoil Trip"
  • "Choo-Choo Train Chump"
  • "Caboose Clown"
  • "Roundhouse Roustabout"
  • "Obedient School Dropout"
  • "Pow-Wow Hater"
  • "Showbiz Hater"

Pages to be created

This isn't just a task for me. Anyone can help out.

Useful links I found