Affiche Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales
  • 3 saisons
  • 69 épisodes
  • Début :
    1963
  • Statut :
    Terminée
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The cartoon series revolved around Tennessee Tuxedo the penguin, and his best friend Chumley the Walrus. The pair lived (not always willingly) at the Megapolis Zoo, under the control of the ill-tempered zoo director Stanley Livingston, and his zookeeper assistant Flunky. It was on one of Stanley’s journeys that Tennessee met Stanley. Actually, it was Chumley that Stanley wanted, as Chumley was at the South Pole. Thus Chumley was a one of a kind: a South Pole walrus. Tennessee agreed to accompany Chumley and Stanley back to the zoo.

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S01E02 The Rainmakers 05/10/1963 Tennessee and Chumley get jobs as weathermen where a farmer demands them to make rain for his cauliflower crops or he will use his shotgun on them. Now Tennessee and Chumley must find a way to make rain.
S01E05 The Giant Clam Caper 26/10/1963 When Stanley Livingston wants to obtain a giant clam for the Megapolis Zoo, Tennessee and Chumley end up sneaking out of the zoo to obtain one for him.
S01E06 Tick Tock 02/11/1963 The Megapolis Zoo receives a clock tower where Chumley accidentally shoots an arrow at the clock and Stanley Livingston orders Tennessee and Chumley to remove the arrow. Tennessee and Chumley end up learning on how clocks work.
S01E07 Scuttled Sculpture 00/00/0000 The Megapolis Zoo receives a statue of Stanley Livingston that will be dedicated to him tomorrow. When Chumley accidentally wrecks it while helping Tennessee spread the message for all animals to attend the event, Tennessee and Chumley turn to Phineas J. Whoopee for info on how to make a statue.
S01E08 Snap That Picture! 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley get jobs as photographers where their first job is to prepare for when they are to take the picture of the Mayor of Megapolis for his poster advertisement.
S01E09 Zoo's News 00/00/0000 When ordered by Stanley Livingston to spread the news to the other animals on an upcoming event, Tennesee and Chumley turn to Phineas J. Whoopee on other ways to spread the news to the animals. Phineas ends up telling them about newspapers.
S01E10 Aztec Antics 00/00/0000 When Jereboah Jump arrives at the zoo, Stanley Livingston arranges for some archaeologists to make a trip to Mexico to find some artifacts to go with Jereboah's exhibit. Tennessee and Chumley end up learning about Aztec's from Phineas J. Whoopee.
S01E11 Coal Minors 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley assemble a stovepipe oven to heat their quarters. They learn how coal is obtained from Phineas J. Whoopee.
S01E12 Hot Air Heroes 00/00/0000 When ordered by Stanley Livingston to spread the news of the town picnic at the Megapolis Zoo, Tennessee and Chumley, having already tried telephone and newspaper, turn to Phineas J. Whoopee for other ideas. Phineas tells them about hot-air balloons.
S01E13 Irrigation Irritation 00/00/0000 During a drought, Tennessee tries to figure out how to get water to his watermelon crops. Meanwhile, Stanley Livingston is warned by the Chief of Police not to waste water during the drought on pain of arrest.
S01E14 TV Testers 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley get jobs as TV repairmen. Their first customer is Rocky Maninoff, who orders them to repair his television, or else. Meanwhile, the Chief of Police gets word from Stanley Livingston that Tennessee and Chumley have escaped from the zoo.
S01E15 By the Plight of the Moon 00/00/0000 After getting knocked out, Tennessee dreams he's to be the first astronaut penguin to take a rocket to the moon.
S01E16 Lever Levity 00/00/0000 In a follow-up to "Coal Minors," the tunneling that Tennessee and Chumley did for their coal mine has caused the foundation of Stanley's office to settle to one side. While Stanley and Flunky go into town to find someone to build a new foundation, Tennessee tries to straighten the foundation. When nothing seems to work, Tennessee and Chumley go to Phineas J. Whoopee for help.
S01E17 The Bridge Builders 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley get jobs as bridge builders. Rocky Maninoff wants them to build a bridge following his gang's bank robbery, or else.
S01E18 Sail Ho! 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley go up against Jerboa Jump in a yacht race to determine who will end up leading the Zoo's Yacht Club.
S01E19 Tell-Tale Telegraph 00/00/0000 Tennessee dreams that he, Chumley, Yakkety, and Baldy are at a fort headed by Stanley Livingston that keeps suffering Indian attacks. Tennessee and his friends must find a way to warn the fort of approaching Indians.
S01E20 Howl, Howl, the Gang's All Here 00/00/0000 Tennessee receives a dog named Howler from his uncle and tries to hide him from Stanley Livingston. To make a new home for Howler, Tennessee and Chumley call on Phineas J. Whoopee, who advises them on building Howler a house near a lake in Megapolis Woods.
S01E21 All Steamed Up 00/00/0000 After Stanley has a steam locomotive put in the zoo to take children for rides, Tennessee tries to prove he can operate it as well...and proceeds to wreck it while Stanley is away. Phineas J. Whoopee explains how locomotives work.
S01E22 Rocket Ruckus 00/00/0000 Upon hearing Jerboa Jump brag that he has been in a rocket, Tennessee and Chumley visit Phineas J. Whoopee to learn how rockets work.
S01E23 Tale of a Tiger 00/00/0000 A new animal named Tiger Tornado appears to be a narcoleptic, but he becomes a fierce fighter at the sound of a boxing-ring bell. Jerboa Jump teams up with Tiger and the two make the other zoo animals kowtow to their wishes. Tennessee and Chumley consult Phineas J. Whoopee on how to defend themselves.
S01E24 Dog Daze 00/00/0000 In a follow-up to "Howl, Howl, the Gang's All Here," Stanley has problems with Howler the Dog when he mistakes the Mayor of Megapolis for an attacker. Stanley and the Mayor warn to Tennessee control Howler or the Mayor will have Howler detained.
S01E25 Brushing Off a Toothache 00/00/0000 Chumley has a toothache and Tennessee tries various ways to get rid of the tooth. When one of the attempts ends up breaking Stanley Livingston's motor scooter, Tennessee and Chumley escape from the zoo and see Phineas J. Whoopee about how to deal with a toothache.
S01E26 The Treasure of Jack the Joker 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley hear about the Treasure of Jack the Joker hidden somewhere in the Megapolis Zoo, but Stanley Livingston does not allow digging on zoo grounds.
S01E27 Funny Honey 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley need honey from the bears of the Bearville section of the Megapolis Zoo.
S01E28 Wreck of a Record 00/00/0000 Tennessee, Chumley, and Baldy form their own folk band for Stanley Livingston's music show, but Stanley wants only hit artists for it. Tennessee and Chumley turn to Phineas J. Whoopee to learn how they can make a recording and become stars.
S01E29 Miner Forty-Niner 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley find a map that to a gold mine and turn to Phineas J. Whoopee to learn how to get there.
S01E30 Helicopter Hi-Jinx 00/00/0000 During a heat wave in Megapolis, Tennessee and Chumley's plans to leave the zoo to get fans for the animals are repeatedly thwarted by Stanley Livingston and Flunky. Tennessee and Chumley recall the time they asked Phineas J. Whoopee about how helicopters work.
S01E31 Oil's Well 00/00/0000 Tennessee's friend Freddy Cat inherits an oil field that is supposedly haunted, and Jerboa Jump tries to scare Freddy into selling him the land cheaply. They learn about oil drilling.
S01E32 Parachuting Pickle 00/00/0000 When Rocky Maninoff pulls off a bank robbery and escapes by airplane, the money falls into the Lost Mountains. Tennessee Tuxedo and Chumley answer his ad and are forced to parachute down to recover the stolen money.
S01E33 Wish-Wash 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley start a laundry service in the Megapolis Zoo at the same time that Stanley Livingston and Flunky are assembling a tool shed.
S01E34 The Eyes Have it 00/00/0000 Tennessee competes against Jerboa Jump in the finals of a bowling tournament. Jerboa tricks Tennessee into thinking that something is wrong with his eyes and gives him glasses made from the bottoms of glass bottles. Phineas J. Whoopee explains to Tennessee how the eyes work.
S01E35 Mad Movie Makers 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley go into the movie-making business. They turn to Phineas J. Whoopee for advice on filmmaking.
S02E01 Snow Go 00/00/0000 Eager to cash in on the skiing craze, Tennessee and Chumley try various schemes to turn the hill at the zoo into a ski slope.
S02E02 Brain Strain 00/00/0000 Chumley looks like a local millionaire. Tennessee has Chumley impersonate the moneyed one when Chumley gets amnesia and starts to think he is the millionaire.
S02E03 The Big Question 00/00/0000 Tennessee is convinced a radio quiz show is going to call him for an upcoming cruise prize, so he goes about trying to steal Stanley's radio and eventually learns how to make his own crystal set.
S02E04 Rocky Road to Diamonds 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley get jobs at Stonecutter's Jewelry Store. Mr. Stonecutter tells them that they must protect the diamonds or they will go to jail. Rocky Maninoff robs the store and hides out on a ship. While being pursued by the ship's crew, Tennessee and Chumley run into Phineas J. Whoopee, who tells them about diamonds.
S02E05 X-ray X-perts 00/00/0000 When Tennessee and Chumley are ordered by Stanley Livingston to get back the rare coin with which they accidentally paid the paperboy, they trace the coin's path to a bakery and then to a cookie from that bakery that Chumley ate. How shall they recover the coin? Tennessee and Chumley turn to Phineas J. Whoopee, who tells them about x-rays.
S02E06 Food Feud 00/00/0000 A reporter from the Megapolis Tribune approaches Tennessee to ask him about his feuds with Jereboah Jump. Tennessee tells him about the feud between the Tennessees and the Jereboahs, which Old Phineas Whoopee was called in to resolve.
S02E07 How Does Your Garden Grow? 00/00/0000 Tennessee is tired of eating fish all the time and wants to grow a vegetable garden, much to the objection of Stanley Livingston. Tennessee manages to get the Mayor's wife on his side, and Tennessee and Chumley ask Phineas J. Whoopee for advice on growing a vegetable garden.
S02E08 Perils of a Platypus 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley get a platypus for a roommate and deny him access to the pool. When the platypus leaves the zoo and they are ordered by Stanley Livingston to get the platypus back, Tennessee and Chumley turn to Phineas J. Whoopee for help and learn that the platypus lives in Australia.
S02E09 Hail to the Chief 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley get jobs as police officers.
S02E10 Physical Fatness 00/00/0000 Phineas J. Whoopee gives Tennessee and Chumley some advice on fitness when Jerboa Jump challenges Chumley to a boxing match against Tiger Tornado.
S02E11 Playing It Safe 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley get involved with gangsters who pose as bankers, trying to get a stolen safe open, so they learn about locks.
S02E12 House Painters 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley try painting the Zoo, waste it all, learn about making paint, and do a beautiful job covering a building with clay.
S02E13 Admiral Tuxedo 00/00/0000 Upon escaping to the docks, Tennessee falls asleep and has a dream wherein he is the admiral of a ship ordered by the Queen to go after some pirates.
S02E14 Three Ring Circus 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley escape from the zoo in order to join the circus. They learn how a calliope works.
S02E15 The Big Drip 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley get jobs as plumbers. Their first customer is Rocky Maninoff, who wants them to fix a leaky pipe in his hideout before he returns from his bank robbery, or else. Tennessee and Chumley turn to Phineas J. Whoopee to learn about plumbing.
S02E16 Boning Up 00/00/0000 Stanley Livingston orders Tennessee and Chumley to guard the new dinosaur exhibit. Unfortunately, Howler gets in and dismantles the dinosaur skeletons.
S02E17 Smilin' Yak's Sky Service 00/00/0000 Tennessee and his friends start a flying service. Their first customer is Rocky Maninoff, who wants them to fly him to safety after a bank job.
S02E18 Teddy Bear Trouble 00/00/0000 When Chumley's teddy bear goes missing, Tennessee turns private eye in order to find it.
S02E19 Sword Play 00/00/0000 When ordered by Stanley Livingston to clean the medieval exhibit at the museum, Tennessee is knocked unconscious by a fallen suit of armor and dreams that he is a knight fighting a dragon.
S02E20 The Romance of Plymouth Rock 00/00/0000 Tennessee is putting on a play about the Pilgrims called "The Romance of Plymouth Rock." Jereboah Jump and Tiger Tornado plan to join the play as Indians so that they can sabotage it. When Jereboah claims that the Indians were not friendly to the Pilgrims, Tennessee calls in Phineas J. Whoopee for help on the history of the Pilgrims.
S02E21 Phunnie Munnie 00/00/0000 The boys set up a printing press. Their first customer is Rocky Maninoff, who wants them to print counterfeit money for him, or else.
S02E22 The Zoolympics 00/00/0000 Phineas J. Whoopee advises Tennessee and Chumley on how to be in shape for the Zoolympics.
S02E23 The Tree Trimmers 00/00/0000 On Christmas Eve, Stanley Livingston orders Tennessee and Chumley to guide the arriving tree trimmers to the Christmas tree. Tennessee and Chumley trim the tree with the help of Yakkety and Baldy until the ornaments are destroyed.Tennessee and Chumley ask Phineas J. Whoopee for help on making ornaments.
S02E24 Goblins Will Get You 00/00/0000 Following a trick-or-treating on Halloween, Tennessee eats too much candy and dreams that he is in a haunted forest with an evil witch and her goblin servants.
S02E25 Going Up 00/00/0000 Washington's Birthday celebration causes the friends to try putting a Liberty Bell decoration atop a zoo tower. They learn about elevators (cab, pulley, counterweight).
S02E26 The Cheap Skates 00/00/0000 Wanting ice skates, the friends try producing an ice show for "Sew-on-Your-Buttons," but need to learn how to build a rink first.
S02E27 Monster from Another Planet 00/00/0000 Tiger, wanting a better life, pretends to be an extraterrestrial, forcing Tennessee & Chumley into servitude.
S02E28 Signed and Sealed 00/00/0000 Tennessee's cousin Percy is coming to visit. Needing money to fix up their place, the friends rent to Big Bill Bear with a crafty four-week lease. They learn about leases and contracts, and ultimately learn that Percy can be a demanding guest.
S02E29 The Barbers 00/00/0000 Tennessee buys a barber shop and he and Chumley go to work as barbers. They get Rocky Maninoff as a customer, who wants them to make him a new man, or else. Tennessee and Chumley turn to Phineas J. Whoopee for help in haircutting and applying specific make-up.
S02E30 Catch a Falling Hammock 00/00/0000 The guys learn about termites that are causing the trees holding their hammock to fall.
S02E31 Peace and Quiet 00/00/0000 An employment agency promises jobs to the pair, but they manage to fail at all of them.
S02E32 There Auto Be a Law 00/00/0000 The guys build a car for an auto race, and decide to make and sell copies of the car to pay the entrance fee. They learn about production line manufacturing.
S02E33 Samantha 00/00/0000 Chumley falls in love and Whoopee tries teaching him about the finer points of etiquette and deportment.
S02E34 Telescope Detectives 00/00/0000 Tennessee and Chumley become private detectives. Hotel manager Mr. Hothead hires them to deal with the robberies committed by Slippery Hood, who has eluded every hotel detective. In order to get a better stake-out on Slippery Hood's hotel room, Tennessee and Chumley turn to Phineas J. Whoopee, who tells them about telescopes.
S02E35 That Is Horse 00/00/0000
S02E36 Ponda That Moose 00/00/0000
S02E37 Robot Revenge 00/00/0000
S00E01 Mixed-Up Mechanics 00/00/0000
S00E02 Rainmakers* 00/00/0000
S00E03 The Lamplighters* 00/00/0000
S00E04 Telephone Terrors 00/00/0000
S00E28 A Wreck Of A Record* 00/00/0000
S00E29 Riddles 00/00/0000
S00E30 Be Like Baldy 08/04/2016
S00E31 Bumpers, Opens, Previews 00/00/0000
S00E32 Tennessee Tuxedo Will Not Fail 00/00/0000
S00E33 Tooter the Turtle 00/00/0000
S00E34 The Hunter 00/00/0000
S00E35 Disc One Extras 00/00/0000
S00E36 Disc Two Extras 00/00/0000

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