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EthanK
February 22, 2004, 07:02 PM
To asnwer Zack's question, yes, King Louie in the Jungle Book was played by Louis Prima.

To answer my question, Baloo was played by Phil Harris who also played in Robin Hood, The Aristocats and Rock-a-doodle. Apparently he was a big whiskey drinking, big-game hunting man, and would say things like "damn" on TV.

To answer the question put forth:
http://www.internationalhero.co.uk/darkduck.jpg

It appears that Darkwing Duck does not wear pants.

http://www.angelfire.com/ut/RToons/images/dwgoss.jpg
As Drake Mallard he also does not wear pants.

http://otakuworld.com/kiss/dolls/images/alexlp.gif
Launchpad wore pants.

http://ducktales.hypermart.net/clplook.jpg
However, as evidenced by this photo, neither Scrooge McDuck or his nephews wore pants. They just walked around bare-assed while everyone else wore pants:
http://www.ducktales.freeservers.com/cgi-bin/framed/3382/pictures/duckworth.gif

I hope this resolves any conflicts.

Jeff Sconce
February 22, 2004, 08:37 PM
Anybody else notice that Launchpad McQuack and Fighter from 8-Bit Theater are practially the same person?

Zack Bly
March 1, 2004, 09:52 AM
apparently Louie's Island (http://www.talespin.net/Picture.asp?LouiesIsland.jpg) didn't fly.

looking for pictures of louie's island, i managed to stumble upon a "sourcepage" for the Talespin ROLEPLAYING GAME.

????

in any event, i have to agree with this introduction from that same site (http://talespinsourcepage.i8.com/):

"Why TaleSpin, you may ask? TaleSpin - which ran for 65 episodes on syndicated TV through 1990-91 - is arguably the best Disney series of all time, especially since it is so different from any other Disney series in its originality and mature, but light-hearted, approach to stories and characters. Unlike other Disney animated shows which took place in the 'real world' or a takeoff thereof, TaleSpin is based in its own unique alternate universe. Although TaleSpin's time period reflects the late-1930s era, the setting and history are original and are one of the two things that make TaleSpin an outstanding series."

it's funny that a show that only ran for one season (one or two?) made such an impact on us all growing up.

you know the drill. friday night: show at inside scoop. from there we go to my basement and play the TaleSpin RPG. bring your character sheets and dice; i'll bring the doritos and mountain dew.

Kit's Alter Ego
March 1, 2004, 11:47 AM
you know the drill. friday night: show at inside scoop. from there we go to my basement and play the TaleSpin RPG. bring your character sheets and dice; i'll bring the doritos and mountain dew.

If you're joking about this, I'm going to feel really stupid.

< surreptitiously (http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=surreptitiously) pockets a d20 >

--Kit

PS: See, Corey? It's not just my journal that has the big words.
PPS: This is a d20, people.
...............http://www.rpg-index.com/images/die59x67.jpg...............
Sheesh, get some exposure.