The cartoons featuring Inspector Willoughby . Inspector Willoughby captures infamous and elusive master spy X13 after a lengthy chase aboard the Cloak and Dagger Express. Inspector Willoughby Cartoon Classics V.1.

Even as the first few Inspector Willoughby cartoons were coming out, director Jack Hannah was using Ranger Willoughby as a foil for an even more minor character named Fatso Bear, in a short-lived series strongly reminiscent of the conflict between Humphrey Bear and Ranger J. Audubon Woodlore, which Hannah had directed at Disney a few years earlier. ROUGH AND TUMBLE WEED, 2. This episode, set in London, features an Elvira looking (or perhaps Natasha from Boris and?) With no law and order, bandits roamed around free to commit any crime with western outlaw, "Pretty Boy" McCoy being the worst of the bunch.
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Seward Willoughby, famed criminologist, is on his way to a foreign embassy to apprehend international spy X13.