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Baby Huey

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Baby Huey is a gigantic and naïve duckling cartoon character He was created by Martin Taras for Paramount Pictures' Famous Studios, and became a Paramount cartoon star during the 1950s Huey first appeared in Quack-a-Doodle-Doo, a Noveltoon theatrical short produced in 1949 and released on 19491


  • 1 Famous Studios
  • 2 Harvey Comics and later animated appearances
  • 3 Filmography
    • 31 Theatrical shorts
    • 32 Television
    • 33 Films
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Famous Studiosedit

Huey first appeared onscreen in the Noveltoons short Quack-a-Doodle-Doo, released in theaters on 1949 The character's voice was provided by Sid Raymond, an actor and comedian who created several other voices for Famous Studios' characters, including Katnip

Many animated shorts featuring Huey had recurring themes Most common among them was him trying to be just like any other kid his age He would see his peers playing, and would immediately get excited Unfortunately, whenever he tried to involve himself in the activities of his peers also anthropomorphic ducklings, he would often inadvertently cause problems at their expense, and as a result they would drive him away through trickery and into tears A hungry fox voiced by Jackson Beck would show up, originally intending to eat Huey's peers, but upon seeing Huey as a bigger meal and overhearing the distraught duck's desires to play with someone, would feign friendship and set traps along the way, all of which would prove ineffective on Huey and/or backfire on the fox At first Huey was blissfully unaware of the fox's true agenda But as his peers watched the annoyed fox in action from a safe distance and fearing for his safety just as they did their own, Huey would come to realize the truth about his predator and dispose of him, usually by saying: "Hey, you! You're the fox! And I think you're trying to kill me!", and would finish the fox Other times, however, Huey would remain blissfully unaware and the exasperated fox would finally give up, fleeing Baby Huey before any more misfortune befell him In the end, Huey's peers would make amends for their previous attitudes towards him and happily include him in their activities

Baby Huey had a sidekick in later comics This was his slow-thinking cousin, whom he referred to as Cousin Dimwitcitation needed Dimwit was characterized as a fairly skinny duck in an oversized red woolen sweater, with sleeves that ran over his hands and hung down several inches

Harvey Comics and later animated appearancesedit

Harvey Hits #602 was the first Harvey-published comic book to feature the character Baby Huey, the Baby Giant was the first comic to bear the character's name; spin-offs included Baby Huey in Duckland and Baby Huey and Papa

Huey's parents, Papa and Mama Duck Gilbert & Silly, always struggled to manage their overgrown son despite his overbearing weight and strength, which often resulted in damage to his family's house or car, injury to Papa, or a threat from Papa's boss to fire him if Huey harmed the boss or caused damage to his home or office Papa often disparaged Huey who remained oblivious to his disapproval Huey's main sidekicks were small identical triplet ducks who bore a striking resemblance to Donald Duck's nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie who resented or mocked Huey for his stupidity and clumsiness but depended on his superhero strength to get them out of trouble

Characters who appeared in Baby Huey comic books in separate strips included Herman and Katnip and Buzzy the Funny Crow, who was always outsmarting a blue cat who resembled Katnip that tried to catch and eat him

Harvey purchased the rights to all of Famous' original characters in 1959, and Huey continued to appear regularly in Harvey publications until 1972 Huey was rarely seen for nearly two decades afterwards, returning to comics in 1990

Film Roman produced a new series of Baby Huey cartoons for television in 1994, which aired as The Baby Huey Show for two seasons He also starred in a live-action direct-to-video film, Baby Huey's Great Easter Adventure, in 1999

US President Bill Clinton in a 1993 conversation cited his similarities to Baby Huey: "I'm a lot like Baby Huey I'm fat I'm ugly But if you push me down, I keep coming back"3 In The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper segment entitled "Legend of Duh Bigfoot", Baby Huey makes a cameo at the end of that segment

The documentary Hype! references Baby Huey; by comparing it to different music revolutions that hit different cities at random times

As of the present, Baby Huey is the property of DreamWorks Animation owned by Universal Studios a subsidiary of Comcast


Theatrical shortsedit

  • Quack-a-Doodle Doo 1949
  • One Quack Mind 1951
  • Party Smarty 1951
  • Scout Fellow 1951
  • Clown on the Farm 1952
  • Starting from Hatch 1953
  • Huey's Ducky Daddy 1953
  • Git Along Li'l Duckie 1955
  • Swab the Duck 1956
  • Pest Pupil 1956
  • Ghost of Honor 1957, guest
  • Jumping with Toy 1957
  • Huey's Father's Day 1959


  • Matty's Funday Funnies 1959, theatrical shorts shown along with other post-1950 Paramount cartoons
  • Casper and Friends 1990–1994, re-dubbed soundtrack
  • The Baby Huey Show 1994–1995
  • The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper 1996, cameo
  • The Simpsons: Husbands and Knives 2007, Cameo in Cover


  • Baby Huey's Great Easter Adventure 1998, direct-to-video film


  1. ^ Arnold, Mark 2006 The Best of the Harveyville Fun Times! p 24 ISBN 978-1847283689 Retrieved 2013-06-28 
  2. ^ Dowell, Gary; Holman, Greg 2006 Heritage Comics Dallas Signature Auction Catalog #820 Heritage Capital Corporation ISBN 978-1599670447 
  3. ^ Gibbs, Nancy; Michael Duffy 16 Nov 1998 "Fall Of The House Of Newt" Time Retrieved 12 May 2012 

External linksedit

  • Baby Huey entry at Toonopedia

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