Hoot Kloot – English title
A 1973 U.S.A., British co-production [DFE [DePatie-Freleng Enterprises], Mirisch Cinema Company (Hollywood)]
Producer: David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng (Isadore Freleng)
Director: Hawley Pratt, Bob Balser (Robert Balser), Gerry Chiniquy (Germain Chiniguy), Roy Morita, Art Leonardi (Arthur Leonardi), Sid Marcus (Sidney Marcus), Durward Bonaye
Story: John W. Dunn
Screenplay: John W. Dunn (John William Dunn)
Animation: Bob Bemiller (Robert Bemiller), John Freeman, Bob Richardson (Robert Richardson), Reuben Timmins, Don Williams (Donald Williams)
Cameraman: John Burton Jr. (DeLuxe color)
Music: Doug Goodwin (Charles Goodwin)
Running time: 17 episodes x 7 minutes
Hoot Kloot, Fester, Fest, Billy the Kidder, Crazywolf, Wyatt Earp
Hoot Kloot was a series of 17 theatrical cartoon shorts produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises from 1973 to 1974.
Sheriff Hoot Kloot is a diminutive, short-tempered lawman who tries to maintain order in a remote western town. He is aided by his loyal horse Fester whom Kloot refers to simply as "Horse." Fester remains Kloot's honest and faithful friend, often giving the Sheriff the benefit of his homespun wisdom while battling various outlaws including Crazywolf, a looney sheep-stealing wolf.
Hoot Kloot was later broadcast as part of the NBC Saturday morning cartoon series The Pink Panther and Friends.
1.Kloot's Kounty, 2. Apache on the County Seat, 3 The Shoe Must Go On, 4. A Self Winding Sidewinder, 5 Pay Your Buffalo Bill, 6. Stirrups and Hiccups, 7 Ten Miles to the Gallop, 8. Phony Express, 9. Giddy Up Woe, 10 Gold Struck, 11. As the Tumbleweeds Turn, 12. The Badge and the Beautiful, 13. Big Beef at O.K. Corral, 14. By Hoot or By Crook, 15.Strange on the Range, 16. Mesa Trouble, 17. Saddle Soap Opera
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