- Wake, Rattle, and Roll
Wake, Rattle, and Roll
Title Card for Wake, Rattle, and Roll.
Genre Comedy Format Live-action
Created by David Kirschner Written by Laren Bright
Directed by Doug Rogers
Steven J. Santos
Starring R. J. Williams
Voices of Charlie Adler
Jean Vander Pyl
Theme music composer Joe Curiale Composer(s) Joe Curiale
Country of origin United States
Language(s) English No. of seasons 1 No. of episodes 50 (List of episodes) Production Executive producer(s) Shukri Ghalayini
Producer(s) Cosmo Anzilotti
Editor(s) Terry Moore Running time 30 Minutes Production company(s) Hanna-Barbera Productions
Four Point Entertainment
Broadcast Original channel Syndication
The Disney Channel
Picture format Color Audio format Stereophonic Original run September 17, 1990– 1991 Chronology Related shows Monster Tails
Fender Bender 500
Wake, Rattle, and Roll (retitled Jump, Rattle, and Roll when it aired on The Disney Channel on weekday afternoons in 1991) is a live-action/animated television show produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions and Four Point Entertainment that premiered in the fall of 1990. The show's title was inspired by the song "Shake, Rattle and Roll". After its single season on the air in syndication, Wake, Rattle, and Roll moved exclusively to The Disney Channel under the title Jump, Rattle, and Roll.
The series was about a boy named Sam Baxter (played by R. J. Williams) and his robot D.E.C.K.S. (voiced by Rob Paulsen; built from old audio/video equipment and a Sony U-Matic videotape head; an acronym for Digital Electronic Cassette-Headed Kinetic System) and their adventures in the basement, which has a time machine that can bring back historical figures. In some cases, Sam and D.E.C.K.S. occasionally have remote fights in which they each have a remote control and start pressing buttons changing each other from Hanna-Barbera stars to famous movie stars.
Sam's grandpa Dr. Lester T. Quirk (played by Avery Schreiber) is a brilliant inventor and is constantly supplying Sam and DECKS with sci-fi technology to add to their basement bedroom:
- People Processor - A teleporter used to send or retrieve people to and from anywhere in the world. Sometimes, it could even send people through time.
- Mondo-View - A supercomputer that was used for several reasons on the show, for example, Sam is able to talk to Grandpa Quirck anywhere in the world.
- Debbie Detector - A video monitor used by Sam and DECKS to communicate with Sam's older sister Debbie (played by Terri Ivens) which lessens the amount of time Debbie spends in the basement. It often makes an alarm sound when she approaches.
After a short live-action skit, D.E.C.K.S. would turn on the television screen on his torso and display an animated short. There are two new Hanna-Barbera series made exclusively for this program.
Monster Tails is about a group of pets who live in a castle in Transylvania with their guardian Igor Jr. (voiced by Charlie Adler), the son of Igor (Iggy for short). Each of them had a similar personality to their masters, who are in Hollywood making movies:
- Frankenmutt (voiced by Frank Welker) - He is the dog of Frankenstein's Monster. He has incredible strength, organ-playing abilities and the brain of a genius, literally.
- Elsa (voiced by Pat Musick) - She is the pet dog of the Bride of Frankenstein. Elsa has the brain of a parrot and a crush on Frankenmutt.
- Catula (voiced by Charlie Adler) - He is Count Dracula's cat. Although Catula is arrogant, he's a master of magic and transformations, usually.
- Mumfrey (voiced by Frank Welker impersonating Woody Allen) - He's the Mummy's dog. Mumfrey is a constant insomniac.
- Dr. Veenie (voiced by Jonathan Winters) - He's is Dr. Jekyll's dog. Dr. Veenie's a brilliant scientist. But whenever he sneezes, he transforms into the superstrong but berserk Mr. Snyde (who's like Dr. Jekyll's alter ego Mr. Hyde).
- Angel (voiced by Pat Musick) - The pet goldfish of the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Angel's a ghost because she was eaten by a shark. Angel tends to shout at certain times.
- Pet Styles of the Rich and Gruesome -
- Purple Brain -
- Elsa Dearest -
- Sleepwalk, Don't Run -
Fender Bender 500
This was the Wacky Races of the '90s, in which the racers drove monster trucks made for racing. Each vehicle had a different theme, specific to its drivers; e.g., Yogi & Boo Boo's truck looked like a giant picnic basket on wheels. Game show announcer and disk jockey Shadoe Stevens provided the voice of the race announcer. Competitors (listed by vehicle number) included:
1: Yogi & Boo-Boo Bear in the Jellystone Jammer.
4: Top Cat & Choo-Choo in the Alley Cat
5: Quick Draw McGraw & Baba Looey in the Texas Twister
6: Pixie & Dixie in the Chedder Shredder
7: Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy in the Lucky Trucky
13: Winsome Witch (with her cat, Lucky) in the Sonic Broom
- The Nippon Tuck 500 - Won by Top Cat and Choo-Choo.
- The Cow Sow & Plow 500 -
- The Calypso 500 -
- The Philly Freedom 500 -
- The Hup, Two, Three, Four, 500 - Won by Top Cat and Choo-Choo.
- The Frances a Lot 500 -
- The Wooden Shoe Like to Win 500 -
- The Rocket Gibraltar 500 -
- Bombay Flambe 500 -
- The Way Down Under 500 -
- Fondue 500 -
- The Kenya Win It 500 -
- The Fettuccini 500 -
- Monumental 500 - Won by Huckleberry Hound and Snagglepuss.
- The High Stakes 500 - Although Dick Dastardly and Muttley were seen crossing the finish line, it turned out that Quick Draw McGraw and Baba Looey crossed the line an hour before they made it to the finish line.
- Great Golden Gate 500 -
- The Highland Fling 500 -
- Rush to Rushmore 500 -
- Pound for Pound 500 - Won by Huckleberry Hound and Snagglepuss.
- The Great Greek 500 - Won by Quick Draw McGraw and Baba Looey.
- The Log Jammer 500 -
- The Clambake 500 -
- We’ll Get Bayou 500 -
- The Funhouse 500 -
- Space Race 500 - Won by Yogi Bear & Boo-Boo Bear.
- Wicki Wacki 500 -
- Big Apple 500 -
- Panda-Monium 500 - Won by Pixie and Dixie
- The Tumbleweed 500 - Won by Quick Draw McGraw and Baba Looey.
- Jungle Bungle 500 -
- Silver Screen 500 - Won by Huckleberry Hound and Snagglepuss.
- Sheik to Sheik 500 - Won by Huckleberry Hound and Snagglepuss.
- The Cotton Pickin’ 500 -
- The Ompapah 500 -
- The Fountain of Youth 500 -
- The Fiesta Fantastica 500 - Won by Quick Draw McGraw and Baba Looey.
- The Big Top 500 - Won by Top Cat and Choo-Choo.
- The Russian Around 500 - Won by Dick Dastardly and Muttley.
- The Dash to Nashville 500 -
- The Trans-Transylvania 500 - Won by Winsome Witch and Lucky.
- The Run Down to Ghost Town 500 -
- The Go for the Gold 500 -
- The Golden State 500 - Won by Top Cat and Choo-Choo.
- The Hit'n Mississippi 500 - Won by Wally Gator and Magilla Gorilla.
- The Alligator Alley 500 -
- The Brazilian Million 500 -
- The Emerald Isle 500 - Won by Huckleberry Hound and Snagglepuss.
- The Nile a Minute 500 - Won by Winsome Witch and Lucky.
- Unfathomable 500 - Won by Yogi Bear and Boo-Boo Bear
- The Yukon Win It 500 - Won by Dick Dastardly and Muttley
Because Disney Channel didn't have any commercial breaks at the time, Hanna-Barbera added a "secret cartoon" at the end of the last live-action segment, which was either reruns of "Dino and the Cave Mouse" (Cave Mouse became a part of the opening credits for the Disney Channel episodes) from The Flintstones Comedy Show or re-runs of "Undercover Elephant" from The CB Bears Show.
- R. J. Williams - Sam Baxter
- Rob Paulsen - D.E.C.K.S., Rewind (voice)
- Ebonie Smith - K.C.
- Terri Ivens - Debbie Baxter
- Avery Schreiber - Grandpa Lester T. Quirk
- Tim Lawrence - D.E.C.K.S. (lead puppeteer)
- Allen Coulter - D.E.C.K.S. (puppeteer)
- Marc L. Tyler - D.E.C.K.S. (puppeteer)
- Adrienne Barbeau - Mrs. Baxter (voice)
- Danny Lee Clark - Nitro
- Ami Dolenz - Herself
- Adam G. - Chief White Eagle
- Mark Hardrive - Computer Virus
- Gary Marks - Gustarve Eiffel
- Robert Munns - Julius Caesar
- Angil Nigam - Nutinkaumn
- Sinbad - Himself
- Charles Stransky - Private Eye
- Andrea Thompson - Decksella
- Charlie Adler - Igor Jr., Catula
- Tim Curry - Ronald Chump
- Richard Gautier - Malcolm Milkem
- Pat Musick - Elsa, Angel
- Frank Welker - Frankenmutt, Mumfrey
- Jonathan Winters - Dr. Veenie/Mr. Snyde, Harry Mutsnatcher
Fender Bender 500
- Greg Burson - Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound, Quick Draw McGraw, Snagglepuss
- Marvin Kaplan - Choo Choo
- John Mariano - Wally Gator
- Allan Melvin - Magilla Gorilla
- Don Messick - Muttley, Pixie, Boo-Boo Bear, Lucky the Cat
- Neil Ross - Axel, Baba Looey
- Arnold Stang - Top Cat
- John Stephenson - Doggie Daddy
- Shadoe Stevens - Announcer
- Jean Vander Pyl - Winsome Witch
- Janet Waldo -
- Paul Winchell - Dick Dastardly
- Patric Zimmerman - Augie Doggie, Dixie
- Wake, Rattle & Roll at the Internet Movie Database
- Wake, Rattle, and Roll at TV.com
- Toonarific.com entries:
- The Big Cartoon Database – Wake, Rattle, and Roll
Yogi Bear Characters Television showsThe Huckleberry Hound Show (1958–1962) • The Yogi Bear Show (1961–1963) • Yogi's Gang (1973–1975) • Laff-A-Lympics (1977–1978) • Yogi's Space Race (1978–1979) • Galaxy Goof-Ups (1978–1979) • Yogi's Treasure Hunt (1985–1988) • The New Yogi Bear Show (1988) • Wake, Rattle, and Roll (Fender Bender segment; 1990–1991) • Yo Yogi! (1991-1992) • Yogi Bear Tales (2012) Television specials and filmsYogi's Ark Lark (1972) Hanna-Barbera's All-Star Comedy Ice Revue (1977) • Casper's First Christmas (1979) • Yogi's First Christmas (1980) • Yogi Bear's All Star Comedy Christmas Caper (1982) • Yogi's Great Escape (1987) Yogi Bear and the Magical Flight of the Spruce Goose (1987) Yogi and the Invasion of the Space Bears (1988) The Good, the Bad, and Huckleberry Hound (1988) Hanna-Barbera's 50th: A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration 1989) • Yogi the Easter Bear (1994) • Arabian Nights (1994) Theatrical films Amusement rides See also: List of works produced by Hanna-Barbera Huckleberry Hound Characters Television shows and specialsThe Huckleberry Hound Show (1958–1962) • Yogi's Gang (1973–1975) • Laff-A-Lympics (1977–1978) • Yogi's Space Race (1978–1979) Casper's First Christmas (1979) • Yogi Bear's All Star Comedy Christmas Caper (1982) Yogi's Treasure Hunt (1985–1986) • Hanna-Barbera's 50th: A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration (1989) Wake, Rattle, and Roll (Fender Bender segment; 1990–1991) • Yo Yogi! (1991-1992) Television filmsYogi's Ark Lark (1972) • Yogi's First Christmas (1980) • Yogi Bear and the Magical Flight of the Spruce Goose (1987) • The Good, the Bad, and Huckleberry Hound (1988) See also: List of works produced by Hanna-Barbera Wacky Races Characters Television spinoffs Yogi Bear shows Other showsWake, Rattle and Roll (Fender Bender segment) Television specialsHanna-Barbera's 50th: A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration Video gamesWacky Races • Wacky Races Starring Dastardly and Muttley • Wacky Races: Mad Motors • Wacky Races: Crash and Dash See also: List of works produced by Hanna-Barbera Top Cat Characters Television shows and specials Television and Theatrical films See also: List of works produced by Hanna-Barbera Quick Draw McGraw Characters Television shows and specialsThe Quick Draw McGraw Show (1959-1961) • Yogi's Gang (1973) • Laff-A-Lympics (1977–1978) Casper's First Christmas (1979) Yogi Bear's All Star Comedy Christmas Caper (1982) • Yogi's Treasure Hunt (1985–1986) Hanna-Barbera's 50th: A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration (1989) • Wake, Rattle, and Roll (Fender Bender segment; 1990–1991) Television filmsYogi's Ark Lark (1972) • Yogi's Great Escape (1987) • Yogi Bear and the Magical Flight of the Spruce Goose (1987) • The Good, the Bad, and Huckleberry Hound (1988) See also: List of works produced by Hanna-Barbera • Book:Quick Draw McGraw Series2 Stupid Dogs (1993) • The Adventures of Don Coyote and Sancho Panda (1990) • Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures (1990) • Fantastic Max (1988) • The Flintstone Kids (1986) • The Further Adventures of SuperTed (1989) • Galtar and the Golden Lance (1985) • Jonny Quest (1986) • Midnight Patrol: Adventures in the Dream Zone (1990) • Paw Paws (1985) • Paddington Bear (1989) • The Pirates of Dark Water (premiered in 1991 on ABC; moved over to first-run syndication for its second season in the 1992-93 season) • Richie Rich (originally aired on ABC from 1980–1984) • Young Robin Hood (1991) • Skedaddle (1988) • Sky Commanders (1987) • Snorks (premiered in 1984 on NBC; moved over to first-run syndication for its third season in 1987) • SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron (1993) • Wake, Rattle, and Roll (1990) • Yogi's Treasure Hunt (1985) • Yo Yogi! (1991) Distributors Related topics
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