|Animaniacs Episode 55|
|Air date:||January 7, 1994|
|Variable verse:|| YW&D How urbane-y
|Gag credit(s):|| Pile Driver- Kathryn Page's
|Closing tag:|| Yakko: (o.s.) Goodnight, Wakko. Wakko: (o.s.) Goodnight, Yakko. Goodnight, Dot. Dot: (o.s.) Goodnight, Wakko. Goodnight, Yakko. Yakko: (o.s.) Goodnight, Dot. Goodnight, John Boy. John Boy: (o.s.) LET ME OUTTA THIS TOWER!!!!
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The Warners take revenge on a prospector who steals their entire wealth during the 1840s gold rush in California.
The Warners, followed by Ralph, run past the psychiatry and approach a mailbox. The Warners get inside it, and when Ralph opens it, an elephant comes out of it.
For unknown reasons, this segment is cut on the DVD.
A Gift of Gold
Story by Steven Spielberg (uncredited on DVD title card) Written by Nicholas Hollander Directed by Michael Gerard
- The man who spits gum into the gold wrapping paper is wearing a shirt with the words "Local 839" on it. This is the animators union. Also amazingly, the episode number is 406-839. This is referenced in the "Please Please Please Get a Life Foundation" cartoon.
- The homeless man at the end of the cartoon is the same man from the Chuck Jones cartoon One Froggy Evening.
Written by Nicholas Hollander Directed by Michael Gerard
Dot attempts to find someplace quiet where she can read her book.
- The Scotsman playing the bagpipes is MacRory from the Bugs Bunny cartoon My Bunny Lies Over the Sea.
- Even though this is the only cartoon in the episode without any references to the color gold, the theme of the cartoon, as well as the song accompanying it, is "golden silence".
|Rob Paulsen||Yakko Warner, Cowboy #3, John Boy|
|Jess Harnell||Wakko Warner, Cowboy #2|
|Tress MacNeille||Dot Warner|
|Michael McKean||Jake, Cowboy #1|
|Jim Cummings||Sterling Holloway, Homeless Father|
|Frank Welker||Mindy's Father, Buttons|
Kathryn Page's Credit
Yakko: (o.s.) Goodnight, Wakko.
Wakko: (o.s.) Goodnight, Yakko. Goodnight, Dot.
Dot: (o.s.) Goodnight, Wakko. Goodnight, Yakko.
Yakko: (o.s.) Goodnight, Dot. Goodnight, John Boy.
John Boy: (o.s.) LET ME OUTTA THIS TOWER!!!!
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