Newspaper comic strip legend Dick Tracy leads a team of crime busters against an array of grotesque enemies of justice. Dick Tracy first came to life in the pages of newspapers in He stayed on with the police to battle an increasingly bizarre range of thieves, con men, and gangsters. With the comic strip such a large part of American culture, Dick Tracy has been featured on a wide variety of merchandise.
1960s Cartoon Characters
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The guitar player known as Mumbles real name unrevealed was a light haired man who typically had a heavy eye-lidded expression. He did not have a speech impediment, merely sloppy speech habits. He was extremely greedy and treacherous. Part of a quartet , Mumbles and his band would perform for high society functions, then steal from the socialites they had entertained. Singer Kiss Andtel knew about Mumbles' crimes and broke their engagement.
The Dick Tracy Show
Magoo show in Funnies, which was the last time Dick Tracy was seen in animation. In the series Tracy employed a team of cartoon-like subordinate flatfoots to fight crime each week, contacting them on his two-way wrist radio. Since UPA was also the production company behind the Mr. Magoo cartoons, it was possible for them to arrange a meeting between Tracy and Magoo in a episode of the season-long TV series The Famous Adventures of Mr.
The series was produced from to by UPA. Tracy employed a series of cartoony subordinate flatfoots to fight crime each week, contacting them on his two-way wristwatch radio. A gag used in several shows was that if one of Tracy's detectives found themselves in sudden danger a bullet speeding towards them, falling off a cliff, etc. Action would resume only after the sign-off catchphrase, "Six-two and even, over and out" was spoken at the end of the call. Villains taken from Dick Tracy creator Chester Gould's popular comic strip usually had names that served as descriptions of their physical appearance or some other peculiarity.