Sunday, January 1, 2023

Do You Remember "Mr. Magoo" Cartoons ? maybe not the ones sponsored by General Electric 1940's...are maybe you do ! Old Timer

 Mr. Magoo was a character created by UPA (United Productions of America) in the late 1940's. His creator was John Hubley who got Magoo's looks from his uncle, and W.C. Fields (actor ).

Mr. Magoo was a wealthy, short-sighted man who was always getting himself into mishaps due to his poor vision. Despite his lack of visual acuity, Mr. Magoo always managed to come out on top, thanks to his quick wit and determination.

In the 1950s, Mr. Magoo became a popular character in a series of shorts that were shown in theaters before main feature films. These shorts followed Mr. Magoo as he went about his daily life, getting into all sorts of absurd situations due to his poor vision.

In the 1960s, Mr. Magoo received his own television series, which aired on NBC. The show was a hit with audiences and Mr. Magoo became a household name.

Throughout the years, Mr. Magoo has remained a beloved character, with new generations discovering him through reruns of his old cartoons and new animated specials 1960-1977. In the 21st century, Mr. Magoo has even been the subject of a live-action movie, further cementing his place in cartoon history. Now if you need more in-depth information about Mr. Magoo use my Wiki search bar at the top of my here is a classic 1955 "Mr. Magoo" cartoon.... BJ 🙈🙉🙊

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