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Bonkers: Cartoon Cornered

On his visit to Wackytoon Studios, Sergeant Grating gets locked in a closet by Bucky Buzzsaw who wants to teach the toon-hater a lesson. Grating gets out of the closet only to find himself in the unpleasant sets of the studio - including the winter night, the torrid desert and the surreal Stage 13. Meanwhile, his sworn enemy Wild Man Wyatt breaks out of jail and arrives at Wackytoons to take revenge.


Episode Info


Episode number: 2x11
Airdate: Friday October 29th, 1993

Writer: Steve Cuden


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Guest Stars
Bill Farmer
voiced Goofy
Recurring
Jeff Bennett
voiced (unknown)
Recurring
Jim Cummings
voiced Pete
Recurring
Pat Fraley
voiced Bucky Buzzsaw
Recurring
Sam McMurray
voiced (unknown)
Recurring
Episode Notes
When Grating falls onto Pete, the latter yells, "You are fired!"
The next moment, an elevator falls onto Pete, Wild Man Wyatt comes out and tells Grating, "You are dead!"
This line (approximately two seconds of the video) was cut out when the episode aired on Toon Disney.



Cultural References
The first toon we see at the territory of Wackytoon Studios is Dumbo, the flying elephant from the 1941 Disney cartoon of the same name.

At Wackytoons Grating meets Goofy and Pete (Goof Troop). On seeing Grating at the set, Pete notes that he "thought this was a Donald Duck picture". Donald himself does not appear, but his portrait can be seen at the entrance to Stage 10.

The hippopotamus ballerina that dances with Grating is Hyacinth Hippo from Disney's Fantasia (1940). The alligator is Ben Ali Gator from the same cartoon.



Other Episode Crew

ProducerBob Hathcock
 
Warning: Bonkers season 2 episode 11 guide may contain spoilers
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