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Bonkers: Petal to the Metal / If / Dogzapoppin' / Trail Mix Bonkers

This block of cartoons comprises two He's Bonkers! shorts, the first cartoon featuring Bonkers and one relatively new cartoon which serves as a filler.

Petal to the Metal: Bonkers is to deliver flowers to Fawn Deer but experiences problems with public transportation.

If: Bonkers recites his version of Rudyard Kipling's If, demonstrating it on Jitters.

Dogzapoppin': Bonkers is to deliver an important package to Grumbles, but the grizzly's dog doesn't let him approach the house.

Trail Mix Bonkers: Bonkers works for Pony Express in the Wild West and tries to protect a money plate from Grumbles Kid.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x10
Airdate: Tuesday November 16th, 1993

Guest Stars
Frank WelkerFrank Welker
voiced (unknown)
Jeff BennettJeff Bennett
voiced Jitters
Nancy CartwrightNancy Cartwright
voiced Fawn Deer
Rodger BumpassRodger Bumpass
voiced Grumbles Grizzly
Episode Notes
The detailed list of crew is as follows.

Producers / Directors (Bonkers Segments):
Larry Latham, David Block

Producer (Poem Segment):
Gordon Kent
Director (Poem Segment):
Eddy Houchins

Story Editors:
Bonkers Segments - Ralph Sanchez
"If" (Poem Segment) - Gordon Kent

Written by:
"Trail Mix Bonkers" - Robert Schechter
"Petal to the Metal" - David Block, Ralph Sanchez, Len Smith, Len Uhley
"Dogzapoppin'" - Robert Schechter
"If" (Poem Segment) - Gordon Kent

Animation Production by:
Wang Film Productions Co., LTD.
Walt Disney Animation (France) S. A.

The title card of the 4th episode reads, "Trail mix Bonkers & the Pony Express". In the final credits is is entitled "Trail Mix Bonkers".
The poem segment has no title card; in the final credits it is referred to as "Poem Segment" and, occasionally, "If".

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