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'''''Fraidy Cat''''' was a 1975 Filmation cartoon. It originally premiered on ABC's ''Uncle Croc's Block'' (which had both live action and animation) along with two other cartoons. The others were ''Wacky and Packy'' and ''M.U.S.H.'' It should not be confused with the ''Tom & Jerry'' short from 1942.
 
'''''Fraidy Cat''''' was a 1975 Filmation cartoon. It originally premiered on ABC's ''Uncle Croc's Block'' (which had both live action and animation) along with two other cartoons. The others were ''Wacky and Packy'' and ''M.U.S.H.'' It should not be confused with the ''Tom & Jerry'' short from 1942.
  
Hallmark Cards acquired Filmation in 1995, and they converted the original master tapes from NTSC to PAL before discarding the NTSC tapes. This conversion pitched the videos up by a half-step. The ancillary rights to ''Fraidy Cat'' are currently held by NBC Universal through its DreamWorks Classics division.
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Hallmark Cards acquired Filmation in 1995, and they converted the original master tapes from NTSC to PAL before discarding the NTSC tapes. This conversion pitched the videos up by a half-step. After a massive shuffling of rights, the Filmation library is now the property of NBC Universal under DreamWorks Classics.
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"Fraidy Cat", or at least some of its episodes, may have lapsed into the Public Domain, possibly because Filmation [http://copyright.cornell.edu/resources/publicdomain.cfm forgot to publish the cartoons with a copyright notice].
  
 
==Episodes==
 
==Episodes==

Revision as of 06:00, 15 September 2016

FRAIDYCAT.jpeg

The show's title card

Status: Partially Found

Date found: Unknown

Found by: Unknown

Fraidy Cat was a 1975 Filmation cartoon. It originally premiered on ABC's Uncle Croc's Block (which had both live action and animation) along with two other cartoons. The others were Wacky and Packy and M.U.S.H. It should not be confused with the Tom & Jerry short from 1942.

Hallmark Cards acquired Filmation in 1995, and they converted the original master tapes from NTSC to PAL before discarding the NTSC tapes. This conversion pitched the videos up by a half-step. After a massive shuffling of rights, the Filmation library is now the property of NBC Universal under DreamWorks Classics.

"Fraidy Cat", or at least some of its episodes, may have lapsed into the Public Domain, possibly because Filmation forgot to publish the cartoons with a copyright notice.

Episodes

Only 9 episodes have been found so far. Here is a list of the episodes that were created.

A Tumblr user found a few home video releases, which contain the nine found episodes (and possibly the missing ones).

NOTE: Episode names in italics mean the episode itself is lost.

  • Choo Choo Fraidy
  • Cupid the Cat
  • Feline Fortune
  • Love is a Many Feathered Thing
  • Magic Numbers
  • Meaner Than a Junkyard Cat
  • Over the Wall Haivng a Ball
  • The Not-So-Nice Mice
  • This Cat for Hire (an alternative name is "The Cat for Hire")
  • A Small Star is Born
  • Fraidy Gone Fishing
  • Fraidy Come Home
  • Double Trouble
  • Unlucky Fraidy
  • Culture Schlock (unlike the other episodes, this one is from 1976)

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