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Calvin and the Colonel 1961
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Calvin and the Colonel 1961
Calvin and the Colonel 1961
Calvin and the Colonel 1961
Calvin and the Colonel 1961

Calvin and the Colonel 1961

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Calvin and the Colonel 1961

Calvin and the Colonel is an animated cartoon television series from 1961 about Colonel Montgomery J. Klaxon, a shrewd fox and Calvin T. Burnside, a dumb bear. Their lawyer was Oliver Wendell Clutch, who was a weasel (literally). The colonel lived with his wife Maggie Belle and her sister Sue, who did not trust the colonel at all. Colonel Klaxon was in the real estate business, but always tried get-rich-quick schemes with Calvin's unwitting help.

The series was an animated remake of Amos 'n' Andy [or, more or less, "Andy and The Kingfish"] and featured the voices of Freeman Gosden and Charles Correll from the radio series (in fact, several of the original radio scripts by Joe Connelly & Bob Mosher were adapted for this series). Using animals avoided the touchy racial issues which had led to the downfall of Amos 'n' Andy.

Because of low ratings, the show was canceled after two months, but returned two months later to complete the first season contract (and to fulfill Lever Brothers' agreement to sponsor the program (they originally sustained The Amos 'n' Andy Show on radio during the 1940s). For a year afterward reruns were seen on Saturday mornings, and eventually syndicated through the 1960s. It was also adapted as a comic book by Dell Comics, and as such the first of two issues was the final installment in the company's extremely prolific (more than 1,300 issues published) Four Color anthology series.

A brief sequence from the show was seen on a television set in a 1966 episode of The Munsters ("A Visit From Johann"), which was also produced by Connelly and Mosher.

This 3 disc DVD set contains 13 Calvin and the Colonel episodes...9 in color and 4 in black and white. Also, 2 of the black and white shows contain the original commercials.

The color episodes comprise the first 2 discs, while the black and white are on disc 3.

Episodes included in this set are:

The Television Job 1961-10-03
The Polka Dot Bandit 1961-10-10
Thanksgiving Dinner 1961-10-17 black & white
The Costume Ball 1961-10-24 black & white
Sycamore Lodge 1961-10-31 black & white
Wheeling and Dealing 1962-02-03
The Colonel's Old Flame 1962-02-17
Sister Sue and the Police Captain 1962-02-24
Sister Sue's Sweetheart 1962-03-24 black & white
Calvin's Glamour Girl 1962-04-07
Colonel Out-Foxes Himself 1962-04-14
Nephew Newton's Fortune 1962-04-21
Back to Nashville 1962-06-09


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