Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales is a semi-educational animated cartoon TV series that originally aired on CBS from 1963 to 1966. It was produced by Total Television, the same company that produced the earlier King Leonardo and the later Underdog, and primarily sponsored by General Mills.
Hick Lyric. Sporting my Tennessee tuxedo today. ((grins)) Am I less sexy?
Good reporter sounds like Tennessee Tuxedo when he gets excited. Hope he's fair,asks relevant questions
we'd spend the day watching Tennessee Tuxedo cartoons.
Now Playing on Treadwell D. Covington, Joe Harris, Buck Biggers, and Chet Stover - Tennessee Tuxedo at
Digging the Tennessee Tuxedo reference from the crowd
Knew wasn't imagining cartoon character *not* a Jerboa but his name was Jerboa Jump on Tennessee Tuxedo show
I did the same with my kids. Now they love Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse, Tennessee Tuxedo and Yogi Bear.
In real life, Tennessee Tuxedo, Chilly Willy, Opus and Pingu are all homeless.
"Things sure have changed since back in the day," drawled Bernthal. "You're all wearing tuxedos and s---.". Tennessee Tuxedo.
Tennessee Ernie Tuxedo passed out from smoking weed while at the Festival Supreme and we found him in…
These Tennessee cleats look like tuxedo shoes
Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales (TV Series 1963–1966).Trivia: Don Adams gave the voice for Tenness
Good news: the gum that Tennessee Ernie Tuxedo gave me did NOT contain drugs. AFAIK
Ashley Kemp sings as Tennessee Ernie Tuxedo looks on
Chris Pratt is to Indiana Jones as Tennessee Tuxedo is to Tennessee Williams.
Tennessee Tuxedo! Bought the complete set for $20. So I think Chumley & "Ronald McDonald's Autistic friend Grimace" would get along. :D
all I know is say Tennessee tuxedo.
Took me a while, but I think I figured it out: Eric Roberts in Pope of Greenwich Village is actually Chumley from Tennessee Tuxedo.
Is Tennessee Tuxedo part of the deal?
President Huckabee and his running mate Tennessee Tuxedo. Are Saturday morning cartoons on?
aka TENNESSEE TUXEDO is Nothing more than a BIG 4/40 HEAD, EGOCENTRIC, PENGUIN-LOOKING, COCKY, TALKING HEAD.
aka TENNESSEE TUXEDO Really THINKS that HE is going 2 "Shut It Down" between &
How you can tell the Maryland/Ohio State game is boring: Jay Bilas has done 3-4 minutes of shtick about Don Adams and Tennessee Tuxedo.
Don Adams (April 13, 1923 – September 25, 2005) was an American actor, comedian and director. In his five decades on television, he was best known as Maxwell Smart (Agent 86) in the television situation comedy Get Smart (1965–70, 1995), which he also sometimes directed and wrote. Adams won three consecutive Emmy Awards for his portrayal of Smart (1967–69). He provided the voices for the animated series Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales (1963–66) and Inspector Gadget (1983–86) as their title characters. He voiced Sid Pickles in all episodes of Spike & Mike (1993–99), and two follow up films, Spike & Mike Movie and Spike and Mike: Got Hostaged. Adams was born Donald James Yarmy in Manhattan, New York, son of William Yarmy, and his wife, Consuelo (Deiter). Adams and his brother Richard (who later became prominent as actor *** Yarmy) were each raised in the religion of one parent: Don in the Catholic faith of their mother, and *** in the Jewish faith of their father. Dropping out of New Yo . ...
The voices of Tennessee Tuxedo and Inspector Gadget were done by ? a) mel blanc, b) jim nabors, c) Don Adams, d) james earl jones
Larry Storch, US Navy Storch served in the United States Navy during World War II on the submarine tender USS Proteus with Tony Curtis. Storch is best known for his comic television roles, including voice-over work for cartoon shows, such as Mr. Whoopee on Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales, and his live-action role of the bumbling Corporal Randolph Agarn on F Troop with Forrest Tucker and Ken Berry. Storch has appeared in more than 25 Hollywood films, including 40 Pounds of Trouble (1962), Captain Newman, M.D. (1963), Wild and Wonderful (1964), Sex and the Single Girl (1964), and The Great Race (1965), all starring Tony Curtis. He also appeared in S.O.B (1981) directed by Blake Edwards as well as The Great Bank Robbery (1969), Airport 1975 (1974), I Don't Buy Kisses Anymore (1992), and sci-fi cult films The Monitors (1969) and Without Warning (1980). Tony Curtis and Storch reunited for a 2003 run of the musical version of Some Like It Hot. In 2005, he worked with Anthony Michael Hall in Funny Valentine (200 ...
Interesting night last night in Lombard...X-Factor lost and I got to play 3 positions on the field...Then I was able to help Jon Baldwin's team stay perfect on the season...Just a great night of softball minus the X-Factor loss...I really put my heart on the line in that game and I tried everything I could to bring home the victory...I think I will have nightmares of Tennessee Tuxedo for awhile...Probally a way overdated reference but The team that beat X-Factor last night all wore tuxedo shirts.Very Classy.
People of a certain age may remember Tennessee Tuxedo, who was voiced by Don Adams. But who voiced Phineas J. Whoopee?
AAbraham Lincoln had what in his pocket when he was assassinated? (jimmy landis) All the numbers on a standard roulette wheel add up to what number? (666) At what age did Rick partner with the Old Man? (28) At what age has the Old Man promised to retire? (Never) Australian bandit Ned Kelly outfitted his gang with armor made from what? (Plow Blades) BBuilt from 1938 to 2003, which of these is the most-manufactured car in history (Volkswagen Beetle) By the end of WWII, how much money had been made in war bonds? ($185 billion) DDuring WWII, Japanese soldiers reportedly yelled what to provoke American troops? (To *** with Babe Ruth!) HHow big is the shop's showroom? (15,000 ft²) How did Chumlee get his nickname? ("Tennessee Tuxedo" character "Chumley.") How long did the Old Man serve in the Navy? (20 years) How long have Chumlee and Corey been friends? (15 Years) How many cars has the shop bought and sold over the years? (Hundreds) How many employees did the Shop have when it opened? (Four) How many fake it ...
Don Adams was the original Maxwell Smart in Mel Brooks's TV version of Get Smart. Also he was Tennessee Tuxedo.
Still feeling like crap:-/ it got me good this year. must try and see a doctor today. Need a doctors note for work. only thong keeping my spirits up are my favorite classic cartoons, Deputy Dawg, Underdog, Tennessee Tuxedo, the list goes on and on thanks to YouTube:)
Okay gang, next week being the last full week of the year, I'm running low on time for my "Best of" lists. 2012's been a busy one. So rather than try to post up full articles on my lists, I'm going to be posting the lists here. I'll start off with my Best Box Sets of 2012. I want to know what your personal favorites would be, too. So feel free to chime in! 1. ESPN 30 for 30 Blu-ray Collector's Edition (Blu-ray Re-issue) 2. The Magic School Bus: The Complete Series (DVD) 3. The Complete *** Van *** Show (Blu-ray Re-Issue) 4. Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventures (Blu-ray) 5. The Twilight Zone: The Complete Series (Blu-ray re-issue) 6. War in HD Gift Set (DVD) 7. Sanctuary: The Complete Series (DVD) 8. Rocky & Bullwinkle and Friends: The Complete Series (DVD) 9. Underdog: The Complete Collector's Edition (DVD) 10. Tennessee Tuxedo & His Tales: The Complete Collection (DVD) Having my list out of the way, what would YOUR Top 10 Box sets be?
Have we got a race for you! Waltz on down, Tennessee Tuxedo, and get your race on at KTHA!
Where did Austin "Chumlee" Russell get his nickname? Friends in elementary school took the name from cartoon character Tennessee Tuxedo's sidekick, a walrus named Chumley.
I think that parents should use famous people to help their kids learn the names of the states: Hannah Montana. Indiana Jones. Tennessee Tuxedo. New Jersey Tanning Mom. etc.
SATURDAY MORNING CARTOONS OF THE 1960s. I'm talking about early to mid-60s: There was Deputy Dawg, Felix the Cat, and Mighty Mouse. Later, Underdog and Tennessee Tuxedo came on (in the mid-60s, the age of super heros).
Another opening segment to Total Television's Tennessee Tuxedo and Tales.
Watched the new Green Lantern and Young Justice cartoons this morning on Cartoon Network's DC Nation block. Very cool. Sat am toons have sure come a long way since I was a kid and we were fed mindless junk like Magilla Gorilla and Tennessee Tuxedo.
Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales - 'The Complete Collection' of the 'Toons Starring the Voice of Don Adams
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