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The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil

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The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil
Title card
Created byJohn Kricfalusi
Written by
Directed by
Voices of
Opening theme
  • Udi Harpaz
  • Jim Mandell
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes5 (plus 3 unaired)
Executive producers
ProducerJohn Kricfalusi
Running time30 min
Production companies
Original networkABC
Audio formatStereo
Original releaseSeptember 10 (1988-09-10) –
October 8, 1988 (1988-10-08)
Preceded byBeany and Cecil

The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil was a very short-lived revival of Bob Clampett's Beany and Cecil. It was produced in 1988 by DIC Animation City. Only five half-hour episodes aired out of the thirteen in production during its original run. This incarnation of the show was produced and directed by John Kricfalusi, who would later create Nickelodeon’s The Ren & Stimpy Show.


ABC had been negotiating for the production of the show with the Clampett family, who insisted that John Kricfalusi would be part of the production. The long negotiations delayed the start of production to mid-July, causing much of the animation to be rushed in order to meet the September deadline. Tensions rose between Kricfalusi and ABC over the tone of the show, leading to an uncomfortable atmosphere for the show's crew. The more ABC strove to soften the show, the more Kricfalusi pushed for shocking and offensive material.[1] The Clampett family were ultimately not very happy with the cartoon, but remained supportive of Kricfalusi.[2] ABC cancelled the show after a handful of episodes as they found the humor not suitable for children's programming.[3] As a result, ABC replaced it with The Flintstone Kids.


Thirteen half-hours were proposed, but only the first five were broadcast:[4]

Title Director Writer Original air date
1"The Framed Freep"John KricfalusiChuck LorreSeptember 10, 1988 (1988-09-10)
2a"Radio with a Bite!"Eddie FitgeraldGeorge AtkinsSeptember 17, 1988 (1988-09-17)
2b"The Brotherhood of B.L.E.C.H."Jim SmithChuck LorreSeptember 17, 1988 (1988-09-17)
3a"The Bad Guy Flu!"Jim SmithRowby GorenSeptember 24, 1988 (1988-09-24)
3b"D.J.'s Disappearing Act"Eddie FitzgeraldChuck LorreSeptember 24, 1988 (1988-09-24)
4a"Cecil Meets Clambo"Eddie FitzgeraldPaul DiniOctober 1, 1988 (1988-10-01)
4b"The Golden Menu"Jim SmithRowby GorenOctober 1, 1988 (1988-10-01)
5b"The Courtship of Cecilia"Bruce TimmPaul DiniOctober 8, 1988 (1988-10-08)
6a"D.J. Goes Ape [4]"Eddie FitzgeraldPaul DiniN/A
6b"Momma Cecil [4]"Bruce TimmTom Moore, Phil Kellard, Wayne KlineN/A
7a"May the Best Man Ribbet [4]"John Kricfalusi and Eddie FitzgeraldDavid WiseN/A
7b"On Your Mark, Get Set, B.L.E.C.H. [4]"Jim SmithBuzz DixonN/A
8a"Cecil's Twin Brother [4]"William H. Frake IIIGeorge AtkinsN/A
8b"Rampage of the Robot Arms"TBDStephen LangfordN/A
9a"Bedtime for Beany [4]"Eddie Fitzgerald (as Fenwick Birdwhistle)Doug MolitorN/A
9b"Super Cecil Meets Thunderbolt [4]"William H. Frake IIIGordon KentN/A
10a"Eggs Marks the Spot [4]"Eddie Fitzgerald (as Fenwick Birdwhistle)Mark Edward EdensN/A
10b"Claws for Alarm [4]"TBDBrynne StephensN/A
10c"Who Tamed Looney Lemur? [4]"William H. Frake IIIJack EnyartN/A
11a"Color Me D.J. [4]"TBDEddie Gorodetsky and Billy West(?)N/A
11b"Cecil the Singing Sea Serpent [4]"John KricfalusiPaul DiniN/A
12"Untitled Compilation Episode [4]"John KricfalusiPaul DiniN/A
13"Cecil's Birthday [4]"John KricfalusiPaul Dini and Beth BronsteinN/A


Additional voices


  1. ^ Komorowski, Thad. "Sick Little Monkeys: The Unauthorized Ren & Stimpy Story".
  2. ^ Nolen-Weathington, Eric (2004). Modern Masters Volume 3: Bruce Timm. TwoMorrows Publishing. pp. 26–32. ISBN 1-893905-30-6. Retrieved 2010-12-31.
  3. ^ Joey Anuff (November 1998). "The Nearly Invisible Animation Genius". Spin volume 14 number 11 pp. 99-106. Retrieved 2010-09-18.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Korkis, Jim. "The Thirteen New Adventures of Beany and Cecil". Cartoon Research.

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