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Hong Kong Phooey faces off against and easily defeats evil anthropomorphic animals: a trio of rabbits, what appears to be a crane, and a reptilianoid (that appears to be a Komodo dragon). Occupation Hong Kong Phooey is the secret alter ego of Penrod "Penry" Pooch, a "mild-mannered" police station janitor. Each of his stories begins with him working in a police station until Rosemary gets a phone call explaining a crime. These characters later appear in their own continuing segment, "Posse Impossible" on CB Bears. Penry works with Sgt. Television programs Each of his stories begins with him working in a police station until Rosemary gets a phone call explaining a crime. In 1990, the show was adapted into a video game, Hong Kong Phooey: No. Source.
 However, his successes are only either thanks to Spot, who provides a solution to the challenges, or the direct result of a comically unintended side effect of his conscious efforts. His "experience", more often than not, seems to come from a correspondence course, as he is continually consulting his martial arts handbook for advice. Penry works with Sgt. ALL; SHOWS (5) ADS (1) NEW FEATURE - Click the Filter dropdown to view VAs grouped by reprisals. The stories begin at the police headquarters, where Hong Kong Phooey's alter ego, Penry, works as a mild-mannered janitor under the glare of Sergeant Flint ("Sarge"). Spot, Sgt. Despite the theme song, Hong Kong Phooey is a classic screw-up, and often fails to save the city only to be saved by his sidekick pet, a striped cat named Spot. A cover of the show’s theme song, performed by Sublime, is included on the 1995 tribute album Saturday Morning: Cartoons' Greatest Hits, produced by Ralph Sall for MCA Records. In the episode "Comedy Cowboys", several new cartoon characters (Honcho, The Mystery Maverick, and Posse Impossible) appeared and helped to clear Hong Kong Phooey of a crime he did not commit. Hong Kong Phooey is a masked canine hero (voice of Scatman Crothers) who fights crime by using his martial arts skills and his shape-changing Phooeymobile.
Martial artist hero and Janitor Hong Kong Phooey is a cartoon dog who first appeared in September 1974. Hong Kong Phooey Hong Kong Phooey Voice. Penry the hero believes in kung fu powers which he thinks enable him to capture the bad guys, but Spot actually makes it happen.
In each adventure he ends up needing rescue from his striped cat and sidekick, Spot, though he always takes all the credit. Species One example was when he drove the Phooeymobile through wet cement, splattering the workers: they responded that it was an honor to have a whole day's work ruined by "the great Hong Kong Phooey". Sergeant Flint was voiced by Joe E. Ross, best known as Officer Gunther Toody in the early '60s television series Car 54, Where Are You?. Hong Kong Phooey is a cartoon dog who first appeared in September 1974. He wears a martial-arts uniform, and a black sash-like cloth over his eyes, which include eyeholes for him to see. Hong Kong Phooey is a masked canine hero who fights crime by using his martial arts skills and his shape-changing Phooeymobile. Penry works with Sgt. A kung-fu-fighting pup and his snickering cat sidekick battle crime. The backgrounds were designed by Lorraine Andrina and Richard Khim. Flint and police dispatcher Rosemary. 7 images (& sounds) of the Hong Kong Phooey cast of characters. Hong Kong Phooey, quicker th… This is stored in a dumpster bin outside the police station. Shrink". Warner Bros. Entertainment Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. Test footage of the film was leaked on 28 December 2012 with a Marvin the Martian film project. Spot is Penry's pet cat and his alter-ego Hong Kong Phooey's faithful sidekick.
His "experience", more often than not, seems to come from a correspondence course, as he is continually consulting his martial arts handbook for advice. Relatives Hong Kong Phooey
Penry works with Sgt. The show’s opening theme, titled "Hong Kong Phooey", was written and composed by Hoyt Curtin, William Hanna, and Joseph Barbera, and sung by Crothers himself. The original episodes aired from September 7 to December 21, 1974, and then in repeats until 1976.
Warner Home Video released Hong Kong Phooey: The Complete Series on Region 1 DVD in August 2006. 1 History 2 Bio 3 Appearance 4 Gallery 4.1 Images 5 Navigation Spot the cat spreads his time between snoozing at the police station and helping Hong Kong Phooey combat crime. Hong Kong Phooey is a masked canine hero who fights crime by using his martial arts skills and his shape-changing Phooeymobile. The set also includes production designs, never-before-seen original artwork, new interviews, and the special feature Hong Kong Phooey—The Batty Bank Gang: The Complete Storyboard. Flint and police dispatcher Rosemary. https://hanna-barbera.fandom.com/wiki/File:Wiki-wordmark.png, Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines, The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible, The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley, The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda, Midnight Patrol: Adventures in the Dream Zone, https://cartoonnetwork.fandom.com/wiki/Hong_Kong_Phooey?oldid=104415, Scatman Crothers – Hong Kong Phooey/Penrod "Penry" Pooch. He Seems to more then less of a dim-wit, with kongfu skills, he Usually brings SpotAlongside with him, Spot is a Yellow furred feline Who is Usually getting the job done, more then Hong Kong Phooey himself. send you an email once approved. Created by Joseph Barbera, William Hanna. Penry the janitor then jumps into a filing cabinet and emerges as Hong Kong Phooey. It's the Hair Bear Bunch that Ross also voiced. Flint and police dispatcher Rosemary. In a few rare circumstances, Hong Kong Phooey actually does save the city, but usually as an unintended side effect of his intended attack going horribly wrong. The DVD set includes commentary on select episodes as well as a documentary of the show from its development through its legacy. Male ♂ Hong Kong Phooey was voiced by Jazz legend Scatman Crothers. When the going gets tough, he's really rough, with a Hong Kong Phooey chop (Hi-Ya!)
As Flint, Ross revived Toody's famous "Ooh! After Rosemary gets a call and explains the crime, Penry runs into a filing cabinet and (always getting stuck) transforms himself into Hong Kong Phooey. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Hong Kong Phooey is a masked canine hero who fights crime by using his martial arts skills and his shape-changing Phooeymobile. Ooh!"
Hong Kong is a male dog, with tan fur body, and black ears. Penry Pooch the Mild Mannered Janitor Alterego. His feline partner, Spot, does most of the work but gets little credit. Only 16 episodes, it was broadcast September-December 1974. Hanna-Barbera Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. He's got style, a groovy style, and a car that just won't stop. Hong Kong Phooey was produced by Hanna-Barbera in 1974 for ABC, as a response to the martial arts fad of the time. In 2018, a re-imagined version of Hong Kong Phooey appeared alongside Black Lightning in the DC comic book Black Lightning/Hong Kong Phooey Special #1.
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