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All about Charlie Dog!

I’m part Pointer.

Everyone needs a dog to call their own.

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Who is Charlie Dog? 

One of Chuck Jones’ most brazen creations, Charlie is the most obnoxious salesman on four legs. He believes that everybody needs a dog to call their own, and he tackles all sorts of schemes to find a home. Charlie stars in Little Orphan Airedale, Awful Orphan, Often an Orphan, Dog-Gone South and A Hound for Trouble. A classic line is when he claims to be 50% Boxer, 50% Setter, 50% Spitz, 50% Retriever…

“I rescued Charlie from the Warner Bros. character pound, where he had been abandoned. He had appeared in Bob Clampett’s Porky’s Pooch (1941), but he had grown into a different dog by the time he appeared in my pictures… Charlie Dog is one of my favorite characters. I don’t understand him, but I do like him. He is so unquestionably a dog.

Charlie is merely trying to find a master and a home, which are perfectly natural ambitions for any dog. Comedy is always concerned with simple matters such as this.” –Chuck Jones writing in his “Chuck Reducks, Drawing from the Fun Side of Life” 1996.

Character Details for Charlie Dog

If you are looking for quick and dirty details about our friendly cartoon character Charlie Dog, then look no futher. Check out the quick details below:

Species: Dog
Gender: Male
Debut: 1941
Created by: Chuck Jones – Bob Clampett
Appears in:
Catch Phrases:
  • There it is! There it is! There it is!
  • I can’t believe I fell for the old “let’s go for a picnic” routine again.
Portrayed by: Mel Blanc (1947-1958) Dal McKennon (Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet the Groovie Goolies) Frank Welker (1990-1996) Joe Alaskey (The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries) Bob Bergen (Looney Tunes: Back in Action)
Personality Will go to any length to be adopted into a home, usually Porky Pig’s.

 

Notes from Chuck’s Diary…

One of Chuck Jones’ most brazen creations, Charlie is the most obnoxious salesman on four legs. He believes that everybody needs a dog to call their own, and he tackles all sorts of schemes to find a home. Charlie stars in Little Orphan Airedale, Awful Orphan, Often an Orphan, Dog-Gone South and A Hound for Trouble. A classic line is when he claims to be 50% Boxer, 50% Setter, 50% Spitz, 50% Retriever…

“I rescued Charlie from the Warner Bros. character pound, where he had been abandoned. He had appeared in Bob Clampett’s Porky’s Pooch (1941), but he had grown into a different dog by the time he appeared in my pictures… Charlie Dog is one of my favorite characters. I don’t understand him, but I do like him. He is so unquestionably a dog.

Charlie is merely trying to find a master and a home, which are perfectly natural ambitions for any dog. Comedy is always concerned with simple matters such as this.” –Chuck Jones writing in his “Chuck Reducks, Drawing from the Fun Side of Life” 1996.

Notes from Chuck’s Diary…

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Charlie Dog Merchandise

We know you love Charlie Dog! We can’t live without him! That is why you want to grab your favorite hat, apparel, cup, and more at the Amazon store dedicated to our friendly dog character Charlie Dog!

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Charlie Dog Episode Image Gallery

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Watch Charlie Dog Movies and Episodes!

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