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Wally Gator
Genre Animated
Format Animated television series
Voices of Daws Butler
Don Messick
Country of origin  United States
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 52
Running time 24 minutes
Production company(s) Hanna-Barbera Productions
Original channel ABC
Original run September 3, 1962 – August 30, 1963

Wally Gator is one of the segments from The Hanna-Barbera New Cartoon Series. The other segments that compose this trilogy are Lippy the Lion & Hardy Har Har and Touché Turtle and Dum Dum. The segment consisted of 52 episodes over two seasons.



Wally Gator (voiced by Daws Butler impersonating Ed Wynn) is an anthropomorphic alligator. He is more comfortable when he is at home, in the city zoo. Mr. Twiddle (voiced by Don Messick) is the zookeeper that keeps a close watch on Wally because sometimes he escapes to check out what things are like outside.




  • Droopy Dragon
  • Gator-Napper
  • Swamp Fever
  • White Tie and Frails
  • Escape Artist
  • California or Burst
  • Frame and Fortune
  • Tantalizin' Turnips
  • Over the Fence is Out
  • Bear with Me
  • Outside Looking In
  • Bachelor Buttons
  • Which is Which Witch
  • Pen-Striped Suit
  • Ship Shape Escape
  • Semi Seminole
  • Little Red Riding Gator
  • Ice Cub Boob


  • The Forest's Prime Evil
  • Snooper Snowzer
  • Unconscious Conscience
  • Gator-Baiter
  • False Alarm
  • Phantom Alligator
  • Puddle Hopper
  • Baby Chase
  • Gosh Zilla
  • Camera Shy Guy
  • Rebel Rabble
  • No More Mower
  • Knight Nut
  • Ape Scrape
  • Gator-Imitator
  • Safe at Home
  • Balloon Buffoon
  • Rassle Dazzle
  • Sea Pick Pals
  • Accidentally Purpose
  • Whistle Stopper
  • Birthday Grievings
  • Medicine Avenue
  • Marshall Wally
  • One Round Trip
  • Gopher Broke
  • Gladiator Gator
  • Bubble Trouble
  • Ice Charades
  • Creature Feature
  • Squatter's Rights
  • The Big Drip
  • Gourment Gator
  • Carpet Bragger

DVD Release

A Wally Gator Oversized Bobblehead at the 2007 Comic Con International convention at the Funko booth.

A DVD set release of the series was originally announced for 2006 from Warner Bros. for the H-B classics collection but was later canceled due to the poor condition of the masters. In 2006, a Warner spokesperson said of the DVDs: "They were pulled because significant remastering work needed to be researched. We are exploring adding them back to the schedule next year." There has been no news since, but fans all over the world hope they do.[1]

Wally Gator in other languages

Other appearances

  • Wally Gator had appeared in Yogi's Ark Lark and its spin-off series Yogi's Gang.
  • Wally Gator was apart of the Yogi Yahooeys on Laff-A-Lympics (1977-1978).
  • In Yogi Bear's All Star Comedy Christmas Caper, Wally Gator (alongside Magilla Gorilla and Yakky Doodle) was unable to help Yogi and his friends located J. Wellington Jones.
  • Wally Gator has appeared in Yogi's Treasure Hunt.
  • In Yogi's Great Escape, Yogi Bear encounters Wally Gator in the bayou where he was seen hiding out in an abandoned boat from zookeepers.
  • Wally made a cameo appearance in Sealab 2021 episode, "Fusebox".
  • In Wake, Rattle, and Roll, Wally Gator (voiced by John Mariano) is partnered with Magilla Gorilla in the "Fender Bender 500" segment.
  • Wally Gator appeared as a teenager in Yo Yogi! voiced by Greg Burson.
  • In the Animaniacs eposode "Hercule Yakko" Yakko asks Slappy if she's seen anything strange and she said "I saw Wally Gator slam dance with a Smurf. Is that strange enough for you?"
  • Wally Gator appeared in The Powerpuff Girls episode, "Knock It Off", where he was giant-sized and nearly fell on top of New York City, but was saved by the first of Professor Dick Hardly's Powerpuff Girls Extreme from nearly injuring his toe.
  • Wally Gator was shown in an episode of Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law voiced by Maurice LaMarche. He is seen a stereotypical redneck who was arrested for fishing in protected waters with a shotgun while drunk. He was sentenced to wrestle Harvey, an Abraham Lincoln impersonator and two bikini models. Mr. Twiddle (going by the first name Harry) appears in "SPF" voiced by Wally Wingert. Harry Twiddle was sued by Hokey Wolf's sidekick Ding-A-Ling Wolf when Harry Twiddle ripped off his name for an internet porn site.
  • Wally Gator appeared in the Robot Chicken episode "Ban on the Fun." In a segment that parodies the Laff-A-Lympics in the style of the Munich massacre, Wally Gator was one of the characters killed.
  • In the A-Team episode "The Island" H. M. Murdock names a baby crocodile he found from a deserted WWII tank Wally Gator.

See also


  1. ^ tvshowsondvd.com

External links

Simple English

Wally Gator is a cartoon made by Hanna-Barbera. It was first shown on television on September 3, 1962. The main character is an alligator named Wally. Wally lives in a zoo. He tends to run away from the zoo because he misses the swamp. However, Mr. Twiddle (the zookeeper) often captures Wally and brings him back to the zoo.


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