Hanah Barbera

Banana Splits

Dastardly and Muttley
in Their Flying Machines

Top Cat

Wacky Races


Banana Splits

Character Appearance ActorVoice
FleegleBeagle Jeffrey Winkless
(billed as Jeffrey Brock)
Paul Winchell
BingoGorillaTerry Winkless
(billed as Terence Henry)
Daws Butler
Drooper Lion Dan Winkless
(billed as Daniel Owen)
Allan Melvin
Snorky Elephant James "Jimmy" Dove
Robert Towers
Don Messick
Child Nick Shapoo
Goofy Gopher Paul Winchell
Cuckoo Paul Winchell
Announcer Allan Melvin
Banana Vac Allan Melvin

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Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines

Character

Voiced by

Dick Dastardly Leader of the Vulture Squadron
Referred to as "DD" or "Chief" by Zilly and Klunk, and as "Rick Rasterly" by Muttley
Paul Winchell
Muttley Dastardly's bungling canine sidekick
Got his own segment, Magnificent Muttley, in which he daydreams that he is a different hero each week, usually with Dastardly as the villain
Don Messick
Zilly Pilot in the Vulture squadron
A cringing coward, forever running away and having to be fetched by Muttley
Don Messick
Klunk Vulture Squadron's stout and steady chief designer and pilot
His speech is punctuated by howls, clicks, whistles, and growls, accompanied by bizarre facial contortions
Don Messick
Yankee Doodle Pigeon Patriotic American homing pigeon
Carries a mail bag and a bugle
Don Messick
The General Dastardly's superior
He is always able to reach Dastardly with randomly appearing telephones
Paul Winchell
Muttley's girlfriend Seen in some of the Magnificent Muttley shorts
Looks like a female of Muttley's breed but unlike him she is able to speak distinctly
NarratorDon Messick

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Top Cat

Character

Voiced by

Top Cat Arnold Stang
Benny the Ball Maurice Gosfield
Choo Choo Marvin Kaplan
Brain Leo De Lyon
Fancy-Fancy John Stephenson
Spook Leo De Lyon
Officer Dibble Allen Jenkins

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Wacky Races

No. Vehicle NameCrew Voiced by
00

Mean Machine

Dick DastardlyPaul Winchell
MuttleyDon Messick
The villains of the series, in a purple, rocket-powered car with an abundance of concealed weapons and ability to fly.

1st

2nd

3rd
0 0 0

01

Bouldermobile

Slag Brothers
Rock Slag Daws Butler
Gravel Slag Don Messick
Cavemen driving a wheeled boulder. The Slag Brothers sometimes reconstructed their car from scratch just by using their clubs on any large boulder that was available.

1st

2nd

3rd
3 8 3

02

Creepy Coupe

Gruesome Twosome
Big Gruesome Daws Butler
Little Gruesome Don Messick
Dragon
Frankenstein/ Lurch type and a purple skinned vampire driving a car with a belfry which housed a dragon and various spooky characters. The Creepy Coupe was able to fly short distances through use of the dragon's wings and has bats constantly circling its belfry.

1st

2nd

3rd
3 3 6

03

Convert-a-Car

Professor Pat Pending Don Messick
A scientist in a boat-shaped car equipped with a multitude of gadgets and can change into just about anything that moves.

1st

2nd

3rd
3 2 5

04

Crimson Haybailer

Red Max Daws Butler
An air ace in a car/plane hybrid that was capable of limited flight, usually just enough to leapfrog over racers or obstacles in its path.

1st

2nd

3rd
3 4 3

05

Compact Pussycat

Penelope Pitstop Janet Waldo
The only female racer, driving a pink feminine car with personal grooming facilities equivalent to a mobile beauty salon

1st

2nd

3rd
4 2 5

06

Army Surplus Special


aka the Surplus Six
Sergeant Blast Daws Butler
Private Meekly Paul Winchell
An army tank/jeep hybrid with a small steamroller‘s wheel attached to the front.

1st

2nd

3rd
3 1 0

07

Bulletproof Bomb


aka the Roaring Plenty
Clyde Paul Winchell
Danny
Kurby
Mac
Ring-A-Ding Don Messick
Rug Bug Benny
Willy
Gangsters in a 1920s saloon car

1st

2nd

3rd
4 5 2

08

Arkansas Chuggabug

Lazy Luke John Stephenson
Blubber Bear
A hillbilly who sleeps during most of the races with his feet on the steering wheel, and a nervous bear, in a wooden buggy driven by a coal-fired pot-bellied stove

1st

2nd

3rd
4 1 4

09

Turbo Terrific

Peter Perfect Daws Butler
A jock driving a drag racer that often falls to bits, usually immediately following him making a remark about how reliable it is.

1st

2nd

3rd
4 2 2

10

Buzz Wagon

Rufus Ruffcut Daws Butler
Sawtooth Don Messick
A muscle-bound lumberjack and a beaver in a wagon made of logs, with buzzsaws for wheels

1st

2nd

3rd
3 6 4

Commentator/Narrator Dave Willock
Every episode was introduced and ended by the Race Commentator/Narrator. He would often talk to the drivers, who would answer back looking through the screen - as if talking to the viewer.

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