The Dr. Seuss Show

The Dr. Seuss Show

This show adapted many stories written by Dr. Seuss. It was a planned series produced by Dr. Seuss, and many Looney Tunes workers, but the MGM Animation and Visual Arts studio closed down entirely in 1970, the same time that the show was supposed to air. Horton Hears a Who was the only one completed. Dr. Whoovy Hears A Who was left on the cutting room floor. The Cat In The Hat production was completed at DFE Films (DePatie-Freleng Enterprises). Chuck Jones worked at ABC, and so Dr. Seuss cartoons were now completely in the hands of DePatie-Freleng. They decided to make the cartoons as yearly specials instead. This proved to be disastrous because more production changes occurred, including the death of Allen Sherman, the original voice of The Cat In The Hat.

Episode Info

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Allen ShermanAllen Sherman
voiced The Cat In The Hat
Bob HoltBob Holt
voiced Professor McMonkey McBean, The Lorax, Hoober-Bloob
Boris KarloffBoris Karloff
voiced Narrator, The Grinch, Various Background Characters, Chorus
Chuck JonesChuck Jones
voiced Various Background Characters, Chorus
Eddie AlbertEddie Albert
voiced Narrator, The Once-Ler, Background Characters, Chorus
Hans ConriedHans Conried
voiced Narrator, Horton, Dr. Whoovy, The Grinch, The Zax
June ForayJune Foray
voiced Cindy Lou Who, Jane Kangaroo, Most Background Characters, Chorus
Thurl RavenscroftThurl Ravenscroft
voiced Chorus

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Executive Producer: David H. DePatie, Friz Freleng
Producer: Dr. Seuss, Chuck Jones
Production Designer: Maurice Noble
Music: Dean Elliott
Storyboard Artist: Chuck Jones
Supervising Director: Chuck Jones, Hawley Pratt
Based On The Works Of: Dr. Seuss

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