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GO-GO GOPHERS ORIGINAL ARTWORK
The Go-Go Gophers featured a pair of buck-toothed gophers, Ruffled Feathers, who spoke in unintelligible phrases, and his interpreter Running Board. They were the native inhabitants of Gopher Gulch, which was also home to a U.S. Cavalry Fort. The Fort was headed by Colonel Kit Coyote, a blustery Teddy Roosevelt-type. He was aided by Sergeant Okey Homa, a southerner who resembled John Wayne. The military-minded Colonel spent his time planning new ways to drive the gopher-Indians from their lands. The native gophers devised ingenious and successful ways to protect their territorial rights. Sandy Becker provided the voices of Ruffled Feather and Sergeant Okey Homa. George S. Irving was the voice of Running Board and Kenny Delmar spoke for Colonel Kit Coyote.
Featured below and on the linked pages are a very rare series of storyboards. The full set represented the entire segment entitled "Radio Raid". This aired on the Underdog Show in 1967. The set is being offered as individual pages and are each priced very affordably. Each page measures 7 3/4 x 3 3/8 Inches. To see a larger image of any of these story pages, just click on the thumbnail image.
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