|Portrayed by||Bob Holt|
The Dogfather was a series of 17 cartoons produced by DFE films and released between 1974 and 1976.
The Dogfather was a parody of The Godfather, but with canines as part of the Italian organized crime syndicate. It consists of the Dogfather (voiced by Bob Holt impersonating Marlon Brando) and his henchmen Pug and Louie (both voiced by Daws Butler). There were some cartoons that Louie wasn't in where Pug is voiced by Bob Holt.
|1||"The Dogfather"||Hawley Pratt||Bob Ogle||1974|
|2||"The Goose That Laid a Golden Egg"||Hawley Pratt||Friz Freleng||1974|
|3||"Heist and Seek"||Gerry Chiniquy||Don Christensen||1974|
|4||"The Big House Ain't a Home"||Gerry Chiniquy||Dave Detiege||1974|
|5||"Mother Dogfather"||Arthur Leonardi||Dave Detiege||1974|
|6||"Bows and Errors"||Gerry Chiniquy||John W. Dunn||1974|
|7||"Deviled Yeggs"||Gerry Chiniquy||John W. Dunn||1974|
|8||"Watch the Birdie"||Gerry Chiniquy||John W. Dunn||1975|
|9||"Saltwater Tuffy"||Arthur Leonardi||John W. Dunn||1975|
|10||"M-O-N-E-Y Spells Love"||Arthur Leonardi||Dave Detiege||1975|
|11||"Rock-A-Bye Maybe"||Gerry Chiniquy||John W. Dunn||1975|
|12||"Haunting Dog"||Gerry Chiniquy||John W. Dunn||1975|
|13||"Eagle Beagles"||Gerry Chiniquy||John W. Dunn||1975|
|14||"From Nags to Riches"||Gerry Chiniquy||John W. Dunn||1975|
|15||"Goldilox & the Three Hoods"||Gerry Chiniquy||John W. Dunn||1975|
|16||"Rockhounds"||Arthur Leonardi||John W. Dunn||1975|
|17||"Medicur"||Gerry Chiniquy||John W. Dunn||1976|
Much like a number of DFE-produced cartoon shorts, about half of the Dogfather cartoons were remakes of Looney Tunes cartoons from the 1950s, which are listed below:
- The pilot episode (The Dogfather) was remade after Tree For Two (1952).
- The Goose that Laid a Golden Egg was remade after Golden Yeggs (1950).
- Heist and Seek was remade after Bugsy and Mugsy (1957).
- Mother Dogfather was remade after Stork Naked (1955).
- "Saltwater Tuffy" was remade after Tugboat Granny (1956)
- Devilled Yeggs was remade after Satan's Waitin' (1954).
- Watch the Birdie was remade after Dr. Jerkyll's Hide (1954).
- M-O-N-E-Y Spells Love was remade after Hare Trimmed (1953).
- Rock-a-Bye Maybe was remade after Kit for Cat (1948).
- Eagle Beagles was remade after Hare Lift (1952).
- Produced by: David H. DePatie and Friz Freleng
- Directed by: Hawley Pratt
- Story by: Bob Ogle
- Title Designer: Arthur Leonardi
- Animation: John V. Gibbs, Bob Matz, Norm McCabe, Bob Richardson
- Layout: Dick Ung
- Background: Richard H. Thomas
- Music by: Dean Elliott
- Lyrics: John Bradford
- Camera: John Burton Jr.
- Executive in Charge: Lee Gunther
Home Video Release
In 2015, Kino Lorber announced that they will release all 17 shorts on DVD and Blu-ray. A release date however has yet to be announced.
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