Dough Dough Boys/Boot Camping/General Boo-Regard is the 37th episode of the original Animaniacs. It originally aired on November 9, 1993. Each cartoon in this episode has to do with the Military.
Yakko: Eisenhower, Mamie...
Dough Dough Boys
Animation by Akom Film Production
The carrier pigeon Goodfeathers are forced to deliver an important message through a World War I battlefield.
- One of the army men resembles a younger Mr. Plotz. Given how Mr. Plotz' character model was initially used for miscellaneous characters on Tiny Toon Adventures and some earlier episodes of Animaniacs, this is most likely not supposed to represent the CEO himself.
- According to this cartoon, neither Bobby nor Pesto can read.
Animation by Akom
The Warners head for summer camp but wind up in basic training instead, leading to chaos, confusion and an angry drill sergeant.
- Yakko uses his "Hello Nurse!" catchphrase, but asks if there's a girl camp.
- The classic children's song, "Do Your Ears Hang Low?" is used at the end of the cartoon.
- Dot wears a Plucky Duck float.
- Floyd Lawson the Barber from The Andy Griffith Show and Private Snafu both make a cameo, along with Private Snafu's "You're a Horse's Ass" theme (previously heard on Animaniacs in the Slappy Squirrel cartoon "I Got Yer Can")
Animation by Freelance Animators, Ltd.
During the Civil War, Chicken Boo serves as the leader of the Confederate rebels.
- The Colonel is named Colonel Sanders, after the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken.
- This is the only Chicken Boo cartoon from season 1 to not be animated by Akom.
|Rob Paulsen||Yakko Warner, General Admission, Soldier 3|
|Jess Harnell||Wakko Warner, Northern Soldier|
|Tress MacNeille||Dot Warner|
|Ron Perlman||Sgt. Sweete|
|Maurice LaMarche||Squit, General Store, Clark Gable|
|Frank Welker||Chicken Boo, Soldier 1, Soldier 2|
|Jeff Bennett||The Colonel, Barber|
Bobby: Hey, stay coo.
This is the first stinger to feature the Goodfeathers.
- Chicken Reel
- Private Snafu Theme
- The Mulberry Bush
- We're in the Army Now
- The Farmer in the Dell
- Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair
- Dance of the Hours
- Battle Cry of Freedom
- Home Sweet Home
- Shortnin' Bread