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Sep 26, 2003
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Regarding Richie Rich impostors, there were two in the animated series. One was in the Zillion Dollar Adventures segment titled "Villains, Incorporated" during the second season of The Richie Rich/Scooby-Doo Show, where Dr. Disguise impersonated Richie, his girlfriend Gloria, and even Dollar. The other example was in November 1982 during The Pac-Man/Little Rascals/Richie Rich Show, and that episode was a Riches segment titled "Look-Alike" - which would be the last original Riches segment ever broadcast.
That's right. I used a picture of Dr. Disguise as Richie, as I was initially only aware about that one. Richie's dog Dollar also got impersonated twice; first in the first season episode "Counterfeit Dollar," which is based off a comic book story, and again in the aforementioned "Villains, Incorporated."

Also, it's worth mentioning that C.H. Greenblatt's ("Chowder" and "Harvey Beaks" creator) Hanna-Barbera reboot series "Chowder" has premiered today on HBO Max. So far from what I've seen, it's basically "Chowder" with lesser-known H-B franchises.


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Ok I have a question to ask. It's about when the Tom and Jerry 50th Birthday Bash aired. Now sources have told me it aired November 30th of 1990.
But I have just found some information that could state the fact that it didn't air in 1990 of November.
I just recently bought a tape off Ebay of some 3 Stooges shorts recorded off TBS in 1993.
During one of the commercial breaks it talks about the Tom and Jerry 50th Birthday Bash airing that coming Sunday.
Now it never says it's a re-airing or the actual date on that Sunday. It just says coming this Sunday is the TV Special.
It sounds like in the ad that it's the first time it's airing.
How could it of aired either in 1990 on TBS if I have the ad which was recorded from 1993 on TBS?
I thought someone might know if the source marital is right or it aired in 1993.