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sept7JOE BEVILACQUA (JOE BEV) HAS PRODUCED THE FIRST RADIO CARTOON SHOW EVER – CARTOON CARNIVAL!

As the protege of cartoon voice legend Daws Butler (Yogi Bear), the veteran award-winning broadcaster (NPR, XM Radio) Joe Bevilacqua is no stranger to the cartoon world. Joe Bev even co-authored his mentor’s authorized biography, “Daws Butler, Characters Actor”, available at BearManorMedia.Com.

From Mel Blanc to June Foray, from Disney to Hanna-Barbera, “Cartoon Carnival” is a lively hour of rare and classic cartoon audio, children’s records, cartoon music and sound effects, new radio cartoons, interviews and mini-documentaries about the wonderful world of animation.

Program 1
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents: a tribute to Joe Barbera
featuring Leonard Maltin, Hanna-Barbera cartoon clips and his 1990 interview with Barbera, Mel Blanc's demo tape, Daws Butler in a never-before heard cartoon with Yogi Bear and Huckleberry Hound (1959), Daws Butler teaches Joe Bev how to be a voice actor, part one (1975), a live performance of Jay Ward's "Rocky and Bullwinkle" with June Foray, Joe Bev., Corey Burton, Matt Hurwitz, and Lee Harris, Part one of "Willoughby and the Professor Meet Bartizan the Genie," (1975), the song "The Twitch" from "The Flintstones" (1961), and a parody/tribute to Laurel and Hardy.

Program 2
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents: Audio
from TV's "Truth or Consequences"

with Bob Barker and Daws Butler (Yogi Bear) from 1960, Stan Freberg in the 1957 Warner Brothers cartoon "Three Lil Bops,", a live performance of Jay Ward's "Fractured Fairy Tales" with June Foray, Joe Bev., Corey Burton, Matt Hurwitz, and Lee Harris, part two of "Willoughby and the Professor Meet Bartizan the Genie," (1975), Daws Butler teaches Joe Bev how to be a voice actor, part two (1975), and Uncle Dunkle and Donnie in "Alexander Remembers" (2009).

Program 3
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents:
Part one of a tribute to Bob Clampett's "Time for Beany,"

an interview with Stan Freberg, a live performance of Jay Ward's "Dudley DooRight" with June Foray, Joe Bev., Corey Burton, Matt Hurwitz, and Lee Harris, part three of "Willoughby and the Professor Meet Bartizan the Genie," (1975), Daws Butler teaches Joe Bev how to be a voice actor, part three (1975), and Uncle Dunkle and Donnie in "Johnny the Giraffe" (2009).

Program 4
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents:
Part two of a tribute to Bob Clampett's "Time for Beany,"

featuring Stan Freberg and Daws Butler, Bill Marx (author of "Son of Harpo Speaks") talks about his dad's favorite children shows, "Clyde Crashcup Invents the Bathtub" with Shep Menken (1961), Pebbles and Bamm Bamm sing Let the Sun Shine In (1965), part four of "Willoughby and the Professor Meet Bartizan the Genie," (1975), Daws Butler teaches Joe Bev how to be a voice actor, part four (1975), and Uncle Dunkle and Donnie in "Perky the Pig" (2009).

Program 5
Part one of a rare Yogi Bear cartoon (1958); Louis Armstrong does Disney;
the premiere installment of Disney's "Wonderful World of Color," with Ludwig Von Drake (Paul Frees) and Disney himself (1961); Daws Butler demonstrates how to do Quick Draw Mc Graw and Baba Looey (1975); "Popeye in Giantland" - a rare radio show (1935); Uncle Dunkle and Donnie in "Pete the Pelican"; the conclusion of "Willoughby and the Professor Meet Bartizan the Genie" (1976).

Program 6
Listener Kevin Butler talks about TV theme songs,
the story of the ASIFA-Hollywood Animation Archive with June Foray, Jerry Beck, Steve Worth, rare Popeye cartoon raw tracks, Daws Butler teaches voices (1975), Willoughby and the Professor Goes to Hollywood part 1 (1972), Popeye in Giantland part 2 (1935), Huckleberry Hound narrates a rare Yogi Bear cartoon (1958), Paul Frees as Ludwig Von Drake sings The Spectrum Song in the very first Disney's Wonderful World of Color," part two (1961) , Captain Kangaroo, Mr. Moose, Tom Terrific Robinsnest Caruso part 1 and The Green Grass Grew All Around (1957).

Program 7
Part one of Joe Bev's interview with
Hanna-Barbera music composer Hoyt Curtin,

(2000); part one of a rare "Top Cat" cartoon (1965); Daws Butler and June Foray in "The 64,000 Question," an unreleased Capital Record (1959); Paul Frees in "Disney's Wonderful World of Color," part three (1961); Uncle Dunkle and Donnie: "Helpful the Dwarf" (2009); "Hi-Ho" from "Snow White" (1937); "Willoughby and the Professor Go to Hollywood," part two (1972); and Tom Terrific in "Robinsnest Caruso," part two (1957).

Program 8
Part two of Joe Bev's interview with
Hanna-Barbera music composer Hoyt Curtin, part one

(2000); "Flintstones" Jazz; the conclusion of a rare "Top Cat" cartoon (1965); the conclusion of Tom Terrific in "Robinsnest Caruso"; Uncle Dunkle and Donnie: "Peppy Possum" (2009); "Willoughby and the Professor Go to Hollywood," part two (1972).

Program 9
An unreleased recording of Daws Butler and his sons Don and Chas Butler
performing "The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins" by Dr. Seuss; the conclusion of "Willoughby and the Professor Go to Hollywood" (1972), the music of Carl Stalling, Raymond Scott, Ryuichi Sakamoto, and David Rose; and Uncle Dunkle and Donnie: "Malcolm the Old Tire," written by Daws Butler and performed by Joe Bev.

Program 10
Part one of Bob Claster's interview with June Foray and Bill Scott (1985),
audio from the first "Rocky and Bullwinkle" show (1959), "Willoughby and the Professor Meet the Godfather" part one (1972), Jiminy Cricket (Cliff Edwards) sings about "The Encyclopedia," Daws Butler and Don Messick in part one of a rare "Pixie and Dixie" Hanan-Barbera cartoon (1958), Uncle Dunkle and Donnie in "The Big Wind" (2009), "The Bear Went Over the Mountain" from Captain Kangaroo, plus Billy Costello and Mae Questal (Popeye and Olive Oyl) sing "Beware of Barnacle Bill" (1935).

Program 11
Part two of Bob Claster's interview with June Foray and Bill Scott (1985),
more audio from the first "Rocky and Bullwinkle" show (1959), "Willoughby and the Professor Meet the Godfather" part two (1972), Alan Reed (as Fred Flintstone) sings opera, Daws Butler and Don Messick in part two of a rare "Pixie and Dixie" Hanna-Barbera cartoon (1958), Uncle Dunkle and Donnie in "The Enchanted Tape Recorder" (2009), part one of the 1962 Capitol Record: "Bugs Bunny vs. the Tortoise" voiced by Mel Blanc, Arthur Q. Bryan and Jimmy Weldon.

Program 12
June Foray and Bill Scott ("Rocky and Bullwinkle") talk
with Bob Claster (1985) part three

Bill Scott, June Foray, Paul Frees and Walter Tetley in the first "Peabody and Sherman" (1959), a Bullwinkle "Cheerios" commercial (1964), "Lil Red Riding Who?" as told by Uncle Dunkle (2009), Huckleberry Hound (Daws Butler) sings "Bingo Ringo" (1965), part one of a rare Huckleberry Hound cartoon (1958), Roy Rogers sings "A Cowboy Needs a Horse," the premiere of "Tom Mix and the Mystery of the Bodiless Horseman" part one (2010), "Willoughby and the Professor Meet the Godfather" part three (1972), and "Bugs Bunny VS. the Tortoise" part one (1948) with Mel Blanc, Arthur Q. Bryan and Jimmy Weldon.

Program 13
June Foray and Bill Scott ("Rocky and Bullwinkle") talk
with Bob Claster (1985) part four

Hans Conried, Bill Scott, June Foray and Paul Frees in a Fractured Flickers: "Tarfoot, the Apeman" (1964) part one, "Lil Red Riding Who?" as told by Aunt Rapunzel (2009), the Red Dirt Rangers sing "Where D...o All the Tumbleweeds Go" (2000), part two of a rare Huckleberry Hound cartoon (1958), "Tom Mix and the Mystery of the Bodiless Horseman" part two (2010), "Willoughby and the Professor Meet the Godfather" part four (1972), and the conclusion of "Bugs Bunny VS. the Tortoise" (1948) with Mel Blanc, Arthur Q. Bryan and Jimmy Weldon.

Program 14
June Foray and Bill Scott ("Rocky and Bullwinkle") talk
with Bob Claster (1985) part five

Edward Everett Horton, Bill Scott, June Foray, and Paul Frees in a Fractured Fairy Tales: "Puss n Boots" (1959), Hans Conried, Bill Scott, June Foray and Paul Frees in a Fractured Flickers: ..."Tarfoot, the Apeman" (1964) conclusion, Uncle Dunkle and Donnie in "The Green Cow" (2009), the Red Dirt Rangers sing "Ribbet" (2000), Daws Butler and Doug Young in a Quick Draw McGraw cartoon (1959), "Tom Mix and the Mystery of the Bodiless Horseman" part three (2010), "Willoughby and the Professor Meet the Godfather" part five (1972), and music from the "Captain Kangaroo" show.

Program 15
June Foray and Bill Scott ("Rocky and Bullwinkle") talk
with Bob Claster (1985) conclusion

William Conrad, Bill Scott, June Foray, and Paul Frees in Rocky and Bullwinkle: "Jet Rocket Fuel" part two (1959), "Jack and the Beans Talk" as told by Uncle Dunkle (2009), "Mary Had a Lil Lamb" as told by Mr. Jinks (1982), Daws Butler and Doug Young in n "Augie Doggie" cartoon (1959), "Tom Mix and the Mystery of the Bodiless Horseman" part four (2010), "Willoughby and the Professor Meet the Godfather" conclusion (1972), and music from the "Captain Kangaroo" show.

Program 16
Joe Bevilacqua's profile of unsung Rockabilly pioneer Ray Campi (2003)
Detmar Poppen, Olive Lamoy and Jimmy Donnelly in “Popeye Meets Robin Hood” (1935), the original Popeye (Billy Costello) sings “Nagasaki” (1935), Mr. Jinx (Daws Butler) tells “Jack and the Beans Talk” to Chas Butler, age 7 (1959), Joe Bevilacqua as Aunt Rapunzel and Donnie in “Bigelow Bee and the Honey Factory” (2009), The Red Dirt Rangers sing “Woogly Boogly Bee” (2000), part five of Joe Bevilacqua reading “Tom Mix and the Mystery of the Bodiless Horseman” (2010).

Program 17
Part one of a profile on Ray Campi's Interviews
with Old Hollywood Legends (2004)

including Mel Blanc (1974) and Bud Abbott (1971), Mel Blanc in“Woody Woodpecker Out West” (1940s), the conclusion of Joe Bevilacqua reading “Tom Mix and the Mystery of the Bodiless Horseman” (2010), an episode of “Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales” (1960s), Daws Butler and Tip Corning in “Happy Grasshopper” (1940s), Joe Bevilacqua in “Punky Possum and the Mud Bath,” a musical Uncle Dunkle story by Daws Butler (2002), Mel Blanc sings “Daffy Duck's Rhapsody” (1940s).

Program 18
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents Ray Campi's Interviews
with Hollywood Legends part three:

Helen Hayes, William Holden, Moe Howard, Walter Brennan, Jack Albertson and Burl Ives; "Lavender Blue" sung by Burl Ives; The first "Roger Ramjet" cartoon (1965) with Gary Owens, Bob Arobgast, Dick Beals, Gene Moss, Joan Gerber, Paul Shivel and Dave Ketchum; a Mousecartoon: Jimny Cricket (Cliff Edwards) in "I'm No Fool - Fire" (1955); the first NEW episode of Sgt. Preston of the Yukon since 1955: "A Call from the Storm" (2010); Joe Bev. as Uncle Dunkle and Donnie in "Reddy Robin and the Owl" (2009); music from "The Sandy Becker Show": "Hambone" (Red Saunders, 1952) and "That Happy Feeling" (Bert Kaempfert, 1960).

Program 19
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents Ray Campi's interview with Mel Blanc (1974);
Mel Blanc and June Foray in the Warner Brothers cartoon "Deduce, You Say" (1956); Mel Blanc in "Woody Woodpecker's Talent Show" part one; "Tale of the Tootlebird" from The Captain Kangaroo Show (1962); Daws Butler and Bill Thompson in Tex Avery's "Three Lil Pups" (1953); Joe Bev. performs "Donnie and the Piggy Bank" and Sgt. Preston of the Yukon: "A Call From the Storm" part two.

Program 20
Guest host Ralph Backwards presents "This Here is Your Life, Stan Freberg" -
well almost, a collection of rare and classic Freberg records: "Elderly Man River" (CBS Radio 8/18/57); "Little Blue Riding Hood" (Capitol Records, 1953); "The Honeyearthers" (CBS Radio, 9/8/57); "Shaboom" (CBS Radio, 9/29/57); "Person to Pearson" (Capitol Records, 1953); "Wunnerful, Wunnerful" (Capitol Records, 1957); The Lox Audio Theater: "Rock Around My Nose"; plus some fake commercials for Freberg and food (CBS Radio, 1957), a real Cheerios commercial (1960s) and an ad for the Sunday comics (1980s) - featuring Daws Butler, June Foray, Peter Leeds and Hans Conried. Joe Bev.'s in there somewhere too...

Program 21
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents his interview with Janet Waldo;
audio from The Jetsons: "A Date with Jet Screamer"; "Willoughby and the Professor Meet Willoughby and the Professor" part one; Sgt. Preston of the Yukon: "A Call From the Storm" part two (2010).

Program 22
"The Cartoon Carnival Pirate of the Caribbean Special"
Host Joe Bevilacqua is shanghaied by Trapper Carl DSC, Chippy the parrot, and their marauding band of pirates who takeover the show and send the audience on a wild trip through Disneyland's "Pirates of the Caribbean" ride, including rare tracks never-before heard of Mel Blanc, Paul Frees and others.

Program 23
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents: "Rare Hanna-Barbera,"
including and voiced by Daws Butler, Don Messick and Doug Young in "Huckleberry Hound and the Ghost Ship" (Colpix, 1962) written by Daws Butler and Don Messick, Huckleberry Hound (Daws Butler) sings a surfer version of "Clementine" (Murray Records, 1964), commercials and interstitials from "The Hucklberry Hound Kelloggs TV Show" (1959), full versions of the theme songs to Yogi Bear, Pixie & Dixie and Huckleberry Hound (Golden Records, 1959), music underscore from the Capitol H-Q Series, and Hoyt Curtin's underscore to "Loopy DeLoop" (1959) and "The Yogi Bear Show" (1961).

Program 24
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents: part two of his interview with Joe Barbera (1990),
Daws Butler (as Yogi Bear) tells "Lil Red Riding Hood" to his son Chas Butler-age 7 (1959), the original Popeye (Billy Costello) sings "Teddy Bears Picnic" (1935), "The Story Of Winnie The Pooh And Tigger Too" (Disney Records), Joe Bev ad-libs "Willoughby and the Professor Meet Willoughby and the Professor" part two (2010), and Louis Prima and Phil Harris sing "I Wanna Be Like You" from Disney's version of "The Jungle Book" (1967).

Program 25
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents: his interview with Craig Marin
(founder of "Flexitoons" puppet theater) who talks about working with Chuck McCann and Sandy Becker, audio from "The Chuck McCann Show," "Winchell-Mahoney Time" (Paul Winchell), and "The Sandy Becker Show" (WNEW-TV, NY, 1965), , Bill Scott, June Foray, Paul Frees, and Hans Conried in Dudley DooRight: "The Saw Mill" (1967), Cheerios commercial with Rocky, Bullwinkle and Dudley DooRight (1963), Joe Bev. reads "Sgt. Preston of the Yukon: A Call to the Storm" part four (2010), and The Chipmunks sing "Pop Goes the Weasel" from The Alvin Show (1960).

Program 26
Guest host Yogi Bear (Joe Bev.) fills in for Joe Bevilacqua
who is on the phone with Jim Benny (aka Don Yowp) about his blog (http://www.yowpyowp.blogspot.com), Capitol Hi-Q Series underscore music used in the early Hanna-Barbera cartoons, "Dennis the Menace" and "The Donna Reed Show," excerpts from "Huckleberry Hound Meets Wee Willie" (1958) and Yogi Bear in "Foxy Hound Dog" (1958), the complete Road Runner cartoon "Hook. Line and Sinker" (1958), underscore from "The Yogi Bear Show" by Hoyt Curtin (1961), plus Sgt. Lefty (Joe Bev.) sings "Minnie the Moocher" with Alvin and the Chipmunks (2009).

Program 27
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents Mr. Magoo (Jim Bacus) in a Stag Bear Commercial (1959)
, Uncle Dunkle and Donnie (Joe Bev.) in "The Magic Drums" with Joe Gatto (2009), music by The Pastel Six featuring Daws Butler (1961-63), part one of "That Hawthorne Thing" - a rare ABC Radio pilot with Jim Hawthorne, Mickey Katz, Ken Carpenter, and Daws Butler (1949), Mickey Mouse (Walt Disney) sings "Minnie's Yoo Hoo" (1930), Joe Bev. reads part five of "Sgt. Preston of the Yukon: A Call From the Storm" (2010), and Porky Pig (Bob Bergen) introduces the Warner Brother's cartoon "Porky's Preview" (1941).

Program 28
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents the Quick Draw McGraw cartoon "Double Barrel Double"
in English and Portuguese (1959), part one of "Daws Butler Teaches Dialects" - British (1979), Uncle Dunkle and Donnie (Joe Bev.) in "Sherlock Snail Finds a Home" (2009), Betty Boop (Mae Qestal) sings "On the Good Ship Lollipop" and introduces "Sally Swing" (Max Fleischer, 1938), part three of Joe Bev. ad-libbing "Willoughby and the Professor Meet Willoughby and the Professor, " (2010), Joe Bev sings "Willoughby, You are a god".

Program 29
Host Joe Bevilacqua and Guest Co-Host Lorie Kellogg present
a tribute to Allan Melvin and Howard Morris,

featuring an interview with Allan Melvin, the 1963 premiere episode of "The Magilla Gorilla Show" with an Ideal Toy commercial, the cartoons: Magilla Gorilla in "Bank Pranks," Mushmouse and Punkin' Puss in "Callin' All Kin," and Ricochet Rabbit and Droopalong in "The Atkinson, Topeka and the San Jose" (Mel Banc, Don Messick and Hall Smith), plus the King Features Beetle Baily cartoon "The Sargent Master's" (1962), Hoyt Curtin underscore for Magilla Gorilla (1963), and clips from "Ceasar's Hour," "The Andy Griffith Show," "Gomer Pyle, USMC," and "High Anxiety."

Program 30
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents part one of a tribute to Daws Butler
recorded before a live audience in Glendale, California, (2003), how Joe Bev. first met Daws Butler, a never-before-heard Yogi Bear cartoon - "Yogi Meets the Celebrities with Daws Butler (1959), Uncle Dunkle and Donnie in "The Tardy Wedding Guest" written and performed by Daws Butler (1976), June Foray and Nancy Cartwright perform "Garage Sale, Nice?" by Daws Butler, and Joe Bev. reads the conclusion of "Sgt. Preston of the Yukon: A Call From the Storm" (2010).

 

Program 31
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents "A Tribute to Edward G. Robinson"
featuring the Chuck Jones cartoon "Hush My Mouse" (1946), Joe Bev., Lorie Kellogg, Kenny Savoy, Jim Folly and Aundrae Dair in the first new "Duffy's Tavern" since 1951: "If We All Talked Like Allen Jenkins" (2007), the... See More theme to "Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse", Edward G. Robinson on "Batman" with Adam West and Burt Ward (1967), the theme to "Batman" by the Batmen (1966), the Friz Freleng cartoon "Racketeer Rabbit" with Mel Blanc and Dick Nelson.

Program 32
Guest Host and Ringmaster Himalaya Hinchcliffe (Joe Bev) presents
"Cartoon Carnival Goes to the Circus" part one,

with Mel Blanc in the Bob McKimson Warner Brothers cartoon "Acrobatty Bunny" (1946), Daws Butler and Don Messick in the Hanna-Barbera cartoon "Lion Tamer Huck" (1959), Walt Disney, Marcelitte Garner and Clarence Nash in "Mickey's Circus" (1936), Lorie Kellogg reads "The Mysterious Juggling Clown" by Pedro Pablo Sacristan, Groucho Marx sings "Lydia the Tattooed Lady" (1939), Joe Bevilacqua read part one of The Clyde Betty Show: "Perils of the Tiger Barn" (2010), Popeye (Billy Costello) sings "The Man on the Flying Trapeze" (1935), plus clips from "The Mickey Mouse Club" (1955) and "Bozo the Clown" (1960).
Program 33
Guest Host and Ringmaster Himalaya Hinchcliffe (Joe Bev.) presents
"Cartoon Carnival Goes to the Circus" part two,

with Billy Costello and Mae Questal in the Max Fleischer Popeye cartoon "The Man on the Flying Trapeze" (1934), Spike Jones & His City Slickers (with Doodles Weaver) perform "The Man on the Flying Trapeze" (1946), Joe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg read the conclusion of The Clyde Betty Show: "Perils of the Tiger Barn" by Roger Smith (2010), Daws Butler and Don Messick in "Acrobatty Yogi" (1961), Uncle Dunkle and Donnie (Joe Bev.) in "Sticky Wicket" by Daws Butler (2009), Mel Blanc in the Bob McKimson Warner Brothers cartoon "Big Top Bunny" (1951).
Program 34
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents part one
of his interview with June Foray (1995),

June Foray, Nancy Cartwright, Corey Burton and Joe Bev. perform Daws Butler's Uncle Dunkle and Donnie: "Punky Possum's Mud Bath" (2003) , June Foray, Bill Scott, Paul Frees and William Conrad in "Rocky and Bullwinkle: "Jet Rocket Fuel" part three (1959), Hans Conried, June Foray, Bill Scott and Paul Frees in an excerpt from "Fractured Flickers" program two (1963), Mr. Jinks (Joe Bev.) reads "Humility Among Animals" by Pedro Pablo Sancristian (2010), and Joe Bev. ad-libs part four of "Willoughby and the Professor Meet Willoughby and the Professor".
Program 35
Host Joe Bevilacqua presents audio from a rare TV appearance
by Daws Butler on the Bill Weaver show

(KNX-TV, Los Angeles (1959), Daws Butler in a rare alternate version of Hanna-Barbera's "Huck the Giant Killer" (1959, 1961), Joe Bev. performs Uncle Dunkle and Donnie: "Murray the Magpie" (2009), Joe Bev. and Lorie Kellogg perform "The Poor Bunny's Magic Present" by Pedro Pablo Sancristian (2010), Winnie the Pooh: "The House on Pooh Corner" (Wonderland Records, 1979), and Hanna-Barbera underscore by Hoyt Curtin (1959-61).
Program 36
"Cartoon Carnival Meets the Lone Ranger" part one
, host Joe Bevilacqua presents Stan Freberg, Daws Butler and June Foray in the Capitol record "The Lone Psychiatrist" (1955), Joe Bev. and friend ad-lib "The Lonely Ranger" (1975), Mel Blanc in the MGM Harman-Ising cartoon "The Lonesome Stranger" (1940) and "The Lone Ranger" TV show and motion picture (1956).
Program 37
"Cartoon Carnival Meets the Lone Ranger" part two,
host Joe Bevilacqua presents Bill Cosby's version of "The Lone Ranger" (1964), Joe Bev., Jay Snyder, Rick Ramos, Alison Nead, Cathi Tully and Tom Babkowski in "The Old Ranger" (1987), Glenn Campbell plays "The Lone Ranger" theme, Mel Blanc in the Warner Brothers cartoon "Buckaroo Bugs (1944), and William Conrad in audio from "The Lone Ranger" TV cartoon (1980).
Program 38
"Cartoon Carnival Explorers Outer Space" -

Guest host Walter Cockeyed returns replacing the fired Joe Bevilacqua, featuring audio from the first two "Ruff and Reddy" cartoons (1957), Mel Blanc as Daffy, Marvin the Martian and Porky in "Duck Dodgers in the 241/2 Century" (1953) and as Bugs Bunny and Marvin in "Hare-Way to the Stars" (1958), and "Huckleberry Hound Goes to the Moon" (2010) - voiced by Joe Bevilacqua & Lorie Kellogg, based on the 1960 Hanna-Barbera Golden book, written by Carl Memling, illustrated by Norman McGary and Hawley Pratt.
Program 39
Guest host Hanna-Barbera's Mr. Jinks fills in for the fired Joe Bevilacqua,
presenting "The Cartoon Carnival Tribute to Cartoon Cats" part one,

featuring Mel Blanc singing "Won't You Ever Get Together With Me" as Sylvester and Tweety, with music by Billy May (1948); Joe Bev., Lorie Kellogg, Kenny Savoy, and Lorie's cats Ignatz Mouse and Krazy Kat in a "Camp Waterlogg" sketch; Mr. Jinks gets "Goldfish Fever" (1959); Tom and Jerry in "Solid Serenade" (1946) featuring the vocal effects of Billy Bletcher, and Buck Woods singing "Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby"; Dallas McKinnon in part one of "Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse Go Around the World in a Daze" (1960); Daws Butler as Ed Sullivan in the Famous Studios cartoon "Cool Cat Blues" (1961); and Paul Frees and Penny Philips in a Krazy Kat cartoon "Mouse Blanche" (1962).
Program 40
Guest host Mr. Jinks fills in again for the fired Joe Bevilacqua,
presenting "The Cartoon Carnival Tribute to Cartoon Cats" part two,

featuring Dallas McKinnon in the conclusion of "Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse Go Around the World in a Daze" (1960); Jack Mercer as Felix the Cat meets Vavoom in "The Magic Bag (1959); a complete episode of Top Cat, "All That Jazz" with Arnold Stang, Leo DeLyon, Maurice Gosfield, Allen Jenkins, Marvin Kaplan and guest cat Daws Butler; Snooper and Blabber meet Snagglepuss in "Hold That Lion" (1960) with Daws Butler, Jean Vander Pyl and Don Messick.

Program 41
"The Cartoon Carnival Tribute to Alan Reed" --

in honor of the 50th anniversary of the premiere of "The Flintstones" with guest host Sgt. Lefty filling in for the fired and crazy Joe Bev., a rare interview with Alan Reed (1971), the complete episode of "The Flintstones: The Hot Piano" with Winston commercials (1961), Alan Reed Jr. reading from his father's autobiography (2010), an excerpt from Joe Bev's interview with Joe Barbera (1990), excerpts of "The Fred Allen Show," "Baby Snooks" with Fanny Brice, "Duffy's Tavern", and Hoagy Carmichael sings "Yaba Daba Doo!" (1961).


Program 42
An "ALL Joe Bev. show,"

as he returns as host for his final weekly hour, before going on hiatus: Joe Bev. performs all the voices in a NEW Quick Draw McGraw story: "Dead Eye Dunbar" (based on the 1961 Hanna-Barbera Golden book), as Uncle Dunkle and Donnie in "The Flying Turtle," "Invitation to the Ball" by Pedro Pablo Sacristan, and ad-libs the conclusion of "Willoughby and the Professor Meet Willoughby and the Professor".

Holiday Special

The Cartoon Carnival Halloween Spooktacular II
Guest host Wilfred Graves returns for a second year to present this two-hour special, which will include Joe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg in "A Halloween Happening" by Daws Butler (2010); "A Different Take on Halloween" by Pedro Pablo Sancristan (2010); Joe Bev. as Harold Peary in "The Attack of the Creepy Crawly Things from Outer Space" (2004), June Foray as Witch Hazel and Clarence Nash as Donald Duck in the Disney cartoon "Trick or Treat" (1952), June Foray as Witch Hazel and Mel Blanc as Bugs Bunny in the Warner Brother's cartoon "A Witch's Tangled Hare" (1959), Cecil Roy, Jackson Beck, Jack Mercer and Allen Swift in the Paramount Casper the Friendly Ghost cartoon "Boo Moon" (1952), Chris Allen, Bill Scott, Hans Conried, and Paul Frees in Jay Ward's "Hoppity Hooper" fights ghosts, and the 1962 novelty song "Monster Mash" by Bobby "Boris" Pickett.

Holiday Special
The Cartoon Carnival Halloween Spooktakular, part one:

Guest host Wilfred Graves (Joe Bev.) presents: June Foray and Mel Blanc in "Broomstick Bunny" (1956); part one of June Foray and Paul Frees in "Snooper and Blabber Meet the Gruesomes" (1966); Allan Reed, Mel Blanc, Jean VanderPyl, Gerry Johnson, Doug Young, Howard Morris, and Alan Melvin in part one of "The Flintstones: Monster Fred" (1964); Betty Boop sings "Mysterious Mose" (1930).

Holiday Special
The Cartoon Carnival Halloween Spooktakular, part two:

Guest host Wilfred Graves (Joe Bev.) presents: "Quick Draw Mc Graw and the Treasure of Sarah's Mattress" (1960); part two of June Foray and Paul Frees in "Snooper and Blabber Meet the Gruesomes" (1966); Allan Reed, Mel Blanc, Jean VanderPyl, Gerry Johnson, Doug Young, Howard Morris, and Alan Melvin in part two of "The Flintstones: Monster Fred" (1964); Betty Hutton sings "Ol' Man Mose is Dead".

 

Holiday Special
The "Cartoon Carnival"Election Special,

Joe Bev's alter ego, noted newsman Walter Cockeyed fills in as host and presents a wide array of classic and rare political cartoon, record and radio audio, including Stan Freberg, Daws Butler, Alan Reed and June Foray in "The CBS Radio Workshop (1956), Mae Questel and Jack Mercer in "Olive Oyl for President" (1948);Stan Freberg and Daws Butler in "Cecil the Sick-sick Sea Serpent Meets President harry Truman" (1952), Fred Allen Visits Senator Claghorn (Kenny Delmar) (late1940s); Stan Freberg and Daws Butler in "Point of Order" (1954); Bob and Ray in "Mary Backstayge, Noble Wife" (1954); Mel Blanc in "Ballot Box Bunny" (1950); "The Hardly-Worth-It Report Investigates The Three Little Pigs" (1966);and Mae Questel in "Betty Boop for President" (1932).

Holiday Special
"The Cartoon Carnival Thanksgiving Special" -
Joe Bevilacqua's alter ego, noted newsman Walter Cockeyed fills in again as host and presents a wide array of classic and rare holiday themed cartoon, record and radio audio, including Arthur Q. Bryan, Mel Blanc and Sraah Berner in Friz Freleng's "The Hardship of Miles Standish" (1938); selections from "Stan Freberg Presents the United States of America"; Jack Benny has a "Turkey Dream" (1947), with Mel Blanc, Bea Benaderet, Eddie "Rochester" Anderson, Frank Nelson and the Sportsman Quartet; Jack Mercer in "Pligrim Popeye" (1951); Daws Butler and Don Messick in the Yogi Bear cartoon "Rah-Rah Bear!" (1959); and listener Kevin Bulter (TVParty.com) talks about the history CBS Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Holiday Special
"The Cartoon Carnival Christmas Party"
- hosted by Joe Bev.'s childhood creations Willoughby and the Professor, presenting rare and classic holiday themed cartoon audio and music including Stan Freberg, Daws Butler, Marian Richmond in "Sleepy Santa," "The Christmas That Almost Never Was," and "Christmas Dragnet," plus music from "A Charlie Brown Christmas" by Vince Guarldi, "The Chipmunk Song," Burl Ives sings "Have a Holly Jolly Christmas," Thurl Ravenscroft sings "You're a Mean One Mr. Grinch," and Sammy Davis Jr. sings "It's Christmas Time All Over the World."

Christmas Special Online:
Listen anytime at: http://www.prx.org/pieces/42336

“The Cartoon Carnival Valentine Special” -
co-hosted by real life husband and wife Joe Bevilacqua and Lorie Kellogg - Stan Freberg in “John and Marsha” (1951), Mel Blanc and June Foray in Pepe Le Pew's “Really Scent” (1959), scenes from “Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown” (1975), Joe Bev's former Math teacher explains his “Mathematical Analysis of Romantic Love” (2005), Mel Blanc in the Bugs Bunny cartoon “Hare Splitter” (1948), Jack Mercer and Mae Questal in the Popeye cartoon “Hillbilly and Cooing” (1956), Joe Bevilacqua, Lorie Kellogg, Kenny Savoy and Jim Folly in scenes from “The Camp Waterlogg Valentine Special” (2004).

The Cartoon Carnival ”Presidents Day Special” -
Once again noted newsman Walter Cockeyed (Joe Bev.) guest hosts - Stan Freberg, Peter Leeds and Barney Phillips in “Washington Crosses the Delaware” (1961), Mel Blanc and Bea Benederet in “Yankee Doodle Bugs” (1954), Bob Newhart's take on “Abe Lincoln and Madison Avenue” (1960), Joe Bevilacqua as Uncle Dunkle and Donnie in “The Cherry Tree Caper” (2009), Mel Torme sings “Abraham” with the Chico Marx Orchestra (1943), Jim Henson and Frank Oz in “Kermit the Frog Interviews George Washington's Father” (1976), Stan Freberg, Tyne Daly, June Foray, Sherman Hemsley and William Woodson in “Abe Lincoln at Home in the White House” (1996), Lorie Kellogg and Joe Bevilacqua in“Who's Afraid of a Virginian's Wrath”, excerpts from the Porky Pig cartoon“Old Glory” (1939) and the Daffy Duck cartoon “Scrap Happy Daffy” (1943).

MOTHERS DAY SPECIAL
"The Cartoon Carnival Mother's Day Special" -
guest co-hosted by Joe Bev's mom, Joan Bevilacqua, and his mother-in-law, Virginia Kellogg, presenting classic and rare cartoon audio related to mothers, eggs, mothers on eggs, chickens on eggs, mother chickens on eggs, elephants on eggs, including the Warner Brothers cartoons "An Egg Scrambled" (1950) (voiced by Mel Blanc and Bea Benaderet) and Bob Clampett's version "Horton Hatches the Egg" by Dr. Suess (1942), the Walter Lantz cartoon "Mother Goose on the Loose" (1942), Walt Disney's "Mother Goose Goes Hollywood" (1938) and "The Truth About Mother Goose" (1957), Max Fleischer's "The Kids in the Shoe," featuring the voice of Olive Oyl herself, Mae Questal and Smiley Burnette of Gene Autry fame singing "Mama Don't 'Low" (1935), plus Al Jolson singing "My Mammy" (1946) and "Mutiny in the Nursery" by The Paul Whiteman Orchestra (1938). The first person to email joebev@joebev.com with most of the celebrity impressions you hear on this show wins a FREE four volume CD set of Daws Butler's "Uncle Dunkle and Dunkle" fractured fables!

"The Cartoon Carnival Father's Day Special"
Host Joe Bevilacqua and Guest Host Lorie Kellogg present Joe's interview with Doug Young the voice of Doggy Daddy (2006), Augie Doggie (Matt Hurwitz) and Doggy Daddy (Doug Young) (2010) introduce the Hanna-Barbera cartoon "Pop Plays Pop" (1959) voiced by Daws Butler and Doug Young, Max Fleischer's "Popeye in Goonyland" (1938), King Feature's "Me Quest for Poopdeck Pappy" (1960) with Jack Mercer and Mae Questal, Tex Avery's "One Cab's Family" (1952) and "Little Johnny Jet" (1953) with Daws Butler and June Foray.

"The Cartoon Carnival July 4th Special:
Camping with the Boy Scouts"

Guest host Sgt. Lefty (Joe Bev.) presents Joe Bevilacqua, Lorie Kellogg and Kenny Savoy in scenes from "Fireworks at Camp Waterlogg" (2004), Alan Reed, Mel Blanc, Jean Vanderpyl, Bea Benaderet, Dick Beals and John Stephenson in "The Flintstones: Cave Scout Jamboree" complete with the Welch's commercials (1964), and Daws Butler and Don Messick in "Cub Scout Boo Boo" (1961).

 
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For reasons I have yet to fathom, Joe Bevilacqua decided I am an interesting enough Yowp to have as this week’s guest on his Cartoon Carnival show on Shokus Internet Radio. Joe was very nice to publicise this blog on his show. I’m not a self-promoter. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever asked anyone to tune and listen to me on the radio. So I’m not going to ask you to tune in to listen to me. Tune in to listen to the other stuff.

Joe always has something that interests me on his show, whether it’s old Daws Butler records or (like last week) an interview with puppeteer Craig Marin, who told a wonderful story that everyone can identify with about how he met his TV heroes. Joe also plays soundtracks of old Hanna-Barbera (and other) cartoons. Hear for yourself if Chuck Jones was right to call them “illustrated radio” (Chuck’s description brings to mind that “shoeleather” synonym of Beaky’s). Joe does a show once a week and it plays Monday through Sunday to enable you to catch it. Oh, and Joe has them archived, too. Click here for Joe’s site and you can go to Shokus here.

I’d like to thank Joe for asking me to be on his programme and the other very nice people out there I’ve never met who have linked to this blog. I’m not deliberately snubbing anyone by not reciprocating with a widget full of URLs. It’s just one of those things I just have to get around to doing, though I admit I don’t know what sites point you to this one. But I humbly appreciate it, along with all the comments left here by animators, voice actors, fans and experts. I’m still hoping someone out there has more of the stock music used in these cartoons they can pass along or identify, and that there’s someone who can help fill in blanks I have with some old newspaper stories. You’ve all helped to try to make sure this blog isn’t shoeleather.
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