Here's one for some of the older members of the board: Years ago, there was a series of Hanna-Barbera cartoons about a small yellow duck who was being pursued by an alligator who wanted to eat him. The gag with the alligator was that he was a parody of Alfred Hitchcock. Whenever he was introduced at the beginning of the cartoon, there'd be a silhouette of him, and then the alligator would walk into the silhouette, face the camera and say in that droll Hitchcock voice, "Good evening...". I think they even played the Hitchcock music. For the life of me I can't remember the name of the alligator. I think the duck was called Yakky Doodle. They really didn't make too many of these; they weren't nearly as popular as Huckleberry Hound, et. al. Yet they always used to crack me up because of the Hitch parody. Then, from a completely different studio -- Warner Brothers -- I recall two chipmunks who were ridiculously polite to one another. Even when being chased by an animal, they couldn't run away without going, "After you, my dear chap." "Oh, no, I insist, after you." They were not Chip and Dale. Those are two Disney chipmunks. These guys, as I said, were part of the Bugs Bunny pantheon of characters, and like Yakky Doodle (or whoever), they were only "occasional characters", never really being a part of any running series. So...anybody know more about any of these guys?