Cartoon sound clips used on Svengoolie

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From "Wax Museum":

"Mind your own beeswax"

Something like "I don't get it" (sounded like a Frank Welker character to me)

Various screaming clips (one of which I'm sure was the aforementioned one with Bart and Lisa), followed by one from Fay Wray

Another instance of two women going "Svengoolie!? EWWWWwwww!", which I previously attributed partially to Wilma Flintstone*


From the "Cat" film:

"Yeah, you bad ol' putty tat." (Tweety Bird)

"That's it, woo-hoo." (Homer Simpson)


*If Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulsen could get on the show (see previous talk about "take over Berwyn"), then surely Tress MacNeille should be do-able as well.
 

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The Adventures of Batman & Robin:
“I think you're a freak and a menace, and those are your good points.” (“A Bullet For Bullock”)

After Mystery of the Wax Museum ended, there was also a clip that sounded like Dr. Scratchansniff saying “Oh, that vas a nashty!” but I can find no reference to him having said that.

*If Maurice LaMarche and Rob Paulsen could get on the show (see previous talk about "take over Berwyn"), then surely Tress MacNeille should be do-able as well.

I don’t think the Pinky part of that line was newly recorded, nor the first half of the Brain line, just the “try to take over Berwyn” part, because it’s noticeably higher quality than the rest of the clip, which was probably a second-generation recording.
 
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I don’t think the Pinky part of that line was newly recorded, nor the first half of the Brain line, just the “try to take over Berwyn” part, because it’s noticeably higher quality than the rest of the clip, which was probably a second-generation recording.
I was also thinking about that video clip you posted featuring Rich Koz with M+R, so "could get on the show" would still apply, even if it was just Maurice doing that partial line (so far).
 

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I was also thinking about that video clip you posted featuring Rich Koz with M+R, so "could get on the show" would still apply, even if it was just Maurice doing that partial line (so far).
I wonder when it was actually recorded. It was obviously before the two were featured, because it plays in that very segment.

Animaniacs:
“We’re gonna watch the movie with you!” (Yakko, episode anyone?)

Looney Tunes:
“You are a mental case.” (“Hyde and Hare”)
“You bad old putty tat!” (One of several cartoons)

And a new source...

Pokémon:
"Wow, that's a pretty amazing story!" ("The Crystal Onix")

Yet another show that was on WCIU Chicago.
 
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I wonder when it was actually recorded. It was obviously before the two were featured, because it plays in that very segment.

Animaniacs:
“We’re gonna watch the movie with you!” (Yakko, episode anyone?)
I already identified that one. It's from "Drive-Insane".

One note listed yet: "Your breath is like the stench off a landfill." - Dot, Meatballs or Consequences
 

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I heard Homer say something about a foot massage.
That would be "I'm giving them a foot massage" from "Homer vs. Patty and Selma." (Googling that led me to a creepy-sounding story involving Matt Groening and Jeffrey Epstein...)

I already identified that one. It's from "Drive-Insane".

One note listed yet: "Your breath is like the stench off a landfill." - Dot, Meatballs or Consequences
Sounds like the exact quote is "Your breath is like the breeze off a landfill," not to nitpick. But it's also preceded by "Ew, who's been eatin' garlic?" which is from "Mobster Mash" (also of Animaniacs).

Oh, and Sven's intro to The Undead wrapped up with "Hello there, stinky smoky boy" which directly precedes the aforementioned "Do you have a monkey in your pants?" from the Pinky and the Brain episode "Inherit the Wheeze."
 
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Don't think this has been mentioned yet, but one of the voice clips is a character going "Huh?" It sorta sounds like Megavolt from Darkwing Duck but I'm not 100% sure.
 

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One not listed yet:

Superman: The Animated Series:
"Did you hear me say you could paw me? I don't think so." - Maxima, "Warrior Queen"
 

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A bit more on Chicago television:

Kids' WB! finally made it to WGN-TV for the 2004-05 schedule, not long before the CW takeover. Apparently, the station aired it for the remainder of its duration, as well as its animated successors. In 2016, WPWR became the affiliate of the CW, followed by none other than WCIU in 2019.

Anyway:

Another live-action example- Sgt. Schultz's famous "I know nothing. Nothing!" has appeared occasionally, including tonight's episode. Worth noting that Hogan's Heroes is yet another show on MeTV.

Also- I've already forgotten how it went, but there was a leprechaun "pot of gold" line this episode, I assume from Looney Tunes?
 
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A bit more on Chicago television:

Kids' WB! finally made it to WGN-TV for the 2004-05 schedule, not long before the CW takeover. Apparently, the station aired it for the remainder of its duration, as well as its animated successors. In 2016, WPWR became the affiliate of the CW, followed by none other than WCIU in 2019.
I actually own VHS recordings of Kids’ WB! on WGN from 1999, and some promos from that era are available on YouTube clearly branded with the WGN logo...and to add to the confusion, I distinctly remember that at one point, it was actually on two channels (WGN and WCIU), I think depending on weekday/weekend. I can’t seem to find a straight explanation of this.

And that’s without going into the fact that some WB affiliates had a children’s block separate from Kids’ WB. The sneak preview version of the Pokemon episode “Battle Aboard the St. Anne” premiered on at least one WB affiliate outside the Kids’ WB block, and apparently some WB affiliates had syndication rights to Nicktoons like Rugrats and The Ren & Stimpy Show, also outside it.

But this is all probably best discussed in another thread (it’s just confusing to me as a Chicago area kid that we had two affiliates at once and I can’t seem to find written record of it).
 
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I actually own VHS recordings of Kids’ WB! on WGN from 1999, and some promos from that era are available on YouTube clearly branded with the WGN logo...and to add to the confusion, I distinctly remember that at one point, it was actually on two channels (WGN and WCIU), I think depending on weekday/weekend. I can’t seem to find a straight explanation of this.

And that’s without going into the fact that some WB affiliates had a children’s block separate from Kids’ WB. The sneak preview version of the Pokemon episode “Battle Aboard the St. Anne” premiered on at least one WB affiliate outside the Kids’ WB block, and apparently some WB affiliates had syndication rights to Nicktoons like Rugrats and The Ren & Stimpy Show, also outside it.

But this is all probably best discussed in another thread (it’s just confusing to me as a Chicago area kid that we had two affiliates at once and I can’t seem to find written record of it).
Wasn't expecting that, but thanks.

I've never been to Chicago, but I have checked out numerous videos from Fuzzy Memories, and read the descriptions and comments containing a good deal of Chicagoland TV history (not including the above info about Kids' WB and the CW, since that's later stuff). And yes, their site is how I first became acquainted with Svengoolie, though it was only last year that I started watching the show regularly on MeTV.

Getting back on topic, I also heard in the last episode, IIRC, another Bugs Bunny line. Something like "right over the old pitcher's mound"; sorry, I forget how it went.
 

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Another from Superman: TAS:
"What? Hold it right there!" - Lois Lane, "Superman's Pal".
 

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“Woah, stand back, folks, here it comes!”

I don’t have my DVD set handy, but I think this is from “The Origin of the Fantastic Four: Part One,” the first episode of the decidedly mediocre 1990s animated Fantastic Four series, spoken by Ben Grimm when Reed Richards is about to suggest using their new powers for the good of humanity.
 

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Here's a few that are used quite often:

Looney Tunes:
"Aren't you ashamed of yourself?" - Martha, "Rocket Bye Baby".
"Oh, uh... uh yeah..." - Joe, "Rocket Bye Baby".
"THERE we are!" - Joe, "Rocket Bye Baby".
 

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"Delays, delays." - Marvin the Martian

"Ooh, why, I’ve never been insulted before in all my life!" - Bugs Bunny

Not sure if the wording is accurate for the latter.

EDIT: Someone else already brought up Foghorn's "cut that out, boy" line.
 
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The Simpsons:
“Anybody care what this guy thinks?” “NO!” (“Saddlesore Galactica”)
 

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“Well put, son. Now let’s eat.”
It sounds like it has to be from a cartoon.

Looney Tunes:
“Yep, I got it all right.” (Beaky Buzzard, specific short, anyone?)
 
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