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The Baby Huey Show is a cartoon television show which ran in syndication during the 1994-95 and 1995-96 TV seasons. The show featured the character Baby Huey. 26 episodes were produced by combining old theatrical Famous Studios cartoons and new made for TV shorts (the first Baby Huey cartoons since the 1959 theatrical cartoon "Huey's Father's Day" which was produced by Paramount Pictures' Famous Studios). Huey was voiced by Sid Raymond. The first season was produced by Carbunkle Cartoons Inc., a co-company who did The Ren and Stimpy Show for season one and two. each episode usually consisted of a new 8 minute short followed by two classic Harveytoons (the first featuring Herman and Katnipand the second featuring Baby Huey) and a clip from another classic Harveytoon.

The second season was produced by Film Roman in addition to a new Baby Huey short each episode contained an uncredited "Richie Rich Gems" vignette, featuring Richie Rich with guest appearances by Reggie, Tiny, Pee-Wee, Freckles, Cadbury, Professor Keenbean, Gloria and Dollar. One made-for-TV Baby Huey cartoon from the first season was also rebroadcast during each second-season episode. Finally, each episode also contained a theatrical Baby Huey or Herman and Katnip cartoon from Famous Studios. After the "hiatus" of Carbunkle Cartoons, the second season was produced by Film Romanand thus had different writers and directors (PAT VENTURA chief amongst them). Joe Alaskey was cast in the title role, instead of original star Sid Raymond from the first season who had originated the voice in 1949.

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