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Desc:Not surprisingly, the National Parks Service was not pleased, and Jay Ward caved.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Humor
Tags:paul frees, jay ward, Dudley Do-Rite, Stokey the Bear, Hans Conreid
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They actually threatened him with an arrest, their explanation was that Smokey the Bear is "congressionally protected". How much weight it actually had is debatable, but Ward was notoriously squeemish about criticism. Bill Scott, however, was ready to fight them on it.
I really like the sinister undertones of this retarded pyromaniac bear.
What was the National Parks Service bitching about this takes place in Canada

Bloody Quee-beck.

But it wasn't his fault, he was hypnotized! So sensitive.
DDR: "We must reach Mount Upp before Sun-*down*! Heh-heh!"
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Something that's lost on today's audiences, and maybe even the audiences when this cartoon came out: blaming the Great Chicago Fire on Mrs. O'Leary (or her cow) was a way for whites to say, "fucking Irish ruin everything". (It was still some time before the Irish would be truly white.)
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