Crazylegs Crane

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Crazylegs Crane
First appearance Go for Croak (1969) (Tijuana Toads cartoon)
Portrayed by Larry D. Mann
Bob Holt
Daws Butler
Information
Species Crane
Gender Male
Children Crazylegs, Jr.

Crazylegs Crane is a 16-episode made-for-television cartoon series produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises in 1978 for The All New Pink Panther Show on ABC.

Production[edit]

This was Crazylegs Crane's first series dedicated solely to him. Previously, he had made regular appearances in the three DePatie-Freleng animated comedies, Tijuana Toads, The Blue Racer and The Dogfather. Larry D. Mann voiced him in all but two of his appearances, with Bob Holt voicing him in the Tijuana Toads short "Flight to the Finish," and Daws Butler voicing him in the Dogfather short "The Goose That Laid a Golden Egg." His personality is similar to the Disney character Goofy. In the German series, this character was known as "Dummvogel", literally "silly bird".

Plot[edit]

In the cartoons that star Crazylegs Crane (voiced by Larry D. Mann), he always goes through various misadventures often accompanied by his son Crazylegs Crane Jr. (voiced by Frank Welker) and often deals with his frenemy a fire-breathing dragonfly (voiced by Frank Welker impersonating Andy Kaufman).

CrazyLegsCrane:Episodes

  1. Life With Feather
  2. Crane Brained
  3. King of the Swamp
  4. Sonic Broom
  5. Winter Blunderland
  6. Storky and Hatch
  7. Fly by Knight
  8. Sneaker Snack
  9. Barnacle Bird
  10. Animal Crackups
  11. Jet Feathers
  12. Nest Quest
  13. Bug Off
  14. Beach Bummer
  15. Flower Power
  16. Trail of the Lonesome Mine

Reruns[edit]

Crazylegs Crane previously aired as part of The All-New Pink Panther Show on This TV on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 8:30 AM Eastern time until September 22, 2011. Also, most of the shorts often air as filler material on Boomerang. Some episodes have also appeared on YouTube, Hulu and other online video sites.

Home media[edit]

A DVD[1] and Bluray[2] containing the sixteen episodes were released on April 26, 2016 from Kino Lorber.

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