Breezly and Sneezly

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Breezly and Sneezly is a Hanna-Barbera cartoon series first broadcast on September 16, 1964, as part of The Peter Potamus Show. From 1964 to 1967, 23 episodes were produced, 14 of which were aired on Peter Potamus with the remaining nine aired on The Magilla Gorilla Show.[1][2][3]


Breezly Bruin (voiced by Howard Morris) is a comical, resourceful, polar bear, much like Yogi Bear himself. His friend is Sneezly Seal (voiced by Mel Blanc), a droopy seal with a perpetual cold whose sneezes pack devastating power. They live in an igloo in the Arctic. Many of their episodes deal with Breezly's ambitious yet ultimately doomed plans to break into the local army camp for various reasons while trying to stay one step ahead of the army camp's leader Colonel Fuzzby (voiced by John Stephenson).

Episode list[edit]

# Title Summary
1 No Place Like Nome aired on Peter Potamus
2 All Riot On The Northern Front
3 Missile Fizzle Animation: Kenneth Muse
4 Mass Masquerade
5 Furry Furlough
6 Bruin Ruin
7 Freezing Fleas
8 Stars And Gripes
9 Armoured Amour
10 As The Snow Flies
11 Snow Biz
12 Unseen Trouble
13 Nervous In The Service
14 Birthday Bonanza
15 Wacky Waikiki All cartoons onward aired Magilla Gorilla show
16 General Nuisance Animation: George Nicholas
17 Rookie Wrecker
18 Noodnick Of The North
19 The Fastest Bear In The North
20 Snow Time Show Time
21 Goat A-Go-Go
22 Spy In The Ointment
23 All Ill Wind Animation: Bill Keil, George Nicholas


DVD release[edit]

The episode "All Riot On The Western Front" is available on the DVD Saturday Morning Cartoons 1960's vol. 1. Saturday Morning Cartoons 1960's vol. 2 has the episode "Missle Fizzle".

Other appearances[edit]

  • Animatronics of Breezly and Sneezly can be seen among the animatronic Hanna-Barbera characters in the Dexter's Laboratory episode "Chubby Cheese" during Chubby's song.
  • Breezly makes a cameo in the Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law episode "Juror in Court".

Breezly and Sneezly in other languages[edit]


  1. ^ Breezly and Sneezly at Don Markstein's Toonopedia. Archived from the original on August 10, 2015.
  2. ^ "Breezly and Sneezly - Childrens TV". Retrieved 26 November 2013. 
  3. ^ "The Hanna-Barbera Super Center". Archived from the original on 3 December 2013. Retrieved 26 November 2013. 

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