Animaniacs Episode 75
Air date: 11 Nov. 1995
Season: 3
Variable verse: Yakko, Wakko and Dot: Here's the Flamey...
Gag credit(s): If You'd Like A Transcript Of Today's Program
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Closing tag: Yakko, Wakko & Dot: Ciao, America!
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This is the second episode of Animaniacs where all cartoons involve American history.

Theme Song

The line "Meet Pinky and the Brain, who want to rule the universe." returns for the first time since episode 69.

Last line

Yakko, Wakko and Dot: Here's the Flame-y...

The Presidents Song


Music by Gioachino Rossini
Lyrics by Randy Rogel
Directed by Al Zegler

Animation by Akom Film Production


To the tune of the William Tell Overture finale, the Warners sing all the Presidents leading up to Bill Clinton (Since this was made in 1994, Presidents George W. Bush, Barack Obama and Donald Trump had yet to be elected.) against Monty Python-esque animation.

Don't Tread on Us


Written by Gordon Bressack and Charles M. Howell IV
Directed by Al Zegler

Animation by Wang Film Production


In their first Animaniacs cartoon since getting their own spin-off, Pinky and the Brain attempt to replace the Declaration of Independence with their own document declaring the Brain supreme emperor of the world.


  • At the end of the toon, Brain mentions that the French are revolting, referencing the French Revolution that occurred a few years after the American Revolution ended.

The Flame Returns


Written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Adapted by Nicholas Hollander
Directed by Barry Caldwell and Audu Paden

Animation by Wang


The Flame watches Longfellow write the epic poem Paul Revere's Ride, while the poem is acted out both seriously and with cameos by at least one of every main story characters of the Animaniacs cast, and some commentary by the Flame.


  • The Landlord's Tale was not the original title of Paul Revere's Ride. It was retitled for the collection Tales of a Wayside Inn.


Voice Actors: Character(s):
Rob Paulsen Yakko Warner, Pinky, Thomas Jefferson
Jess Harnell Wakko Warner
Tress MacNeille Dot Warner, The Flame's Twin Brother
Maurice LaMarche The Brain, John Adams, Paul Revere
Luke Ruegger The Flame
John Mariano Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Frank Welker Ralph T. Guard, Buttons, Narrator, Elmer Fudd, Benjamin Franklin, Rooster

NOTE: Frank Welker is credited for voicing Chicken Boo, but Chicken Boo does not appear in this episode. It's possible that he's mistaken for the rooster.

NOTE 2: Cameo roles Slappy the Squirrel & Skippy, Rita & Runt, a Rooster (Chicken Boo?)

Gag Credits

This is Episode #75

If You'd Like A Transcript Of Today's Program

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Yakko, Wakko & Dot: Ciao, America!


  • This is the first episode:
    • to feature the copyright notice and the full disclaimers as the last slide of the credits instead of appearing on the bottom after the stinger. This also meant that Steven Spielberg's executive producer credit was moved back from the stinger to the second-to-last slide of the credits. Despite that, very few episodes after that continued to have the exec. producer credit and the copyright notice on the stinger, which afterwards the changes became permanent.
    • to feature a bylineless version of the 1995 Warner Bros. Television Animation logo at the end, exclusive to the show, although it would be used in tandem with the normal version of it until episode 98.
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