Snuffles (cartoon character)

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Snuffles is an anthropomorphic cartoon dog appearing in animated television shorts produced by Hanna-Barbera beginning in 1959 on The Quick Draw McGraw Show. Daws Butler provided his voice.

Snuffles is a bloodhound used by Quick Draw to ferret out bad guys in the old West, but needed to be bribed with a dog biscuit before performing his task. Upon chomping on one, he would hug himself in ecstasy, jump into the air and float back down, sighing. Occasionally, Snuffles would demand more than one biscuit, and was willing to accept them from bad guys as well.

Joe Barbera once said that Snuffles was added to cartoons at the request of the sponsor, Kellogg's Cereals.[1]

Appearances[edit]

Snuffles appeared in seven Quick Draw McGraw cartoons and one Snagglepuss cartoon:[2] He also made an appearance on the Johnny Bravo episode "Double Vision".

Airdate Cartoon Segment Of
November 28, 1959 Bow-Wow Bandit Quick Draw McGraw
December 19, 1959 Cattle Battle Rattled Quick Draw McGraw
February 6, 1960 Bronco Bustin' Boobs Quick Draw McGraw
October 8, 1960 Ali-Baba Looey Quick Draw McGraw
November 12, 1960 Scooter Rabbit Quick Draw McGraw
September 22, 1961 Dynamite Fright Quick Draw McGraw
October 13, 1961 Mine Your Manners Quick Draw McGraw
December 2, 1961 Tail Wag Snag Snagglepuss

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Syndicated newspaper story, February 20, 1960
  2. ^ Search results for "Snuffles" at the Big Cartoon DataBase