Speedy Gonzales "the fastest mouse in all Mexico " has been banned from the
television networks. If you see this mouse stay away from him. He is one shifty
character. Speedy's major traits are his ability to run extremely fast, and his comedic
Mexican accent. He usually wears an oversized yellow sombrero, a white shirt and
pants, and a red ascot. On a more serious note Speedy debuted in 1953's Cat Tails for
Two, directed by Robert McKimson. This early Speedy was a meaner, skinnier,
rattier-looking creation with a sizable gold front tooth. It would be two years before Friz
Freleng redesigned the character into his modern incarnation. "Ándale! Ándale! Arriba!

Cat Tails For Two
Speedy Gonzales
Gonzales Tamales
Tabasco Road
Tortilla Flaps
Here Today, Gone Tommorrow
Jack and the Beanstalk
Mexicali Schmoes
Cannery Woe
The Pied Piper of Guadalupe
Mexican Weather
Mexican Cat Dance
A Message To Gracias
Nuts and Volts
Pancho's Hideaway
Road To Andalay
Assault And Peppered
Cats And Bruises
Chili Corn Corny
Go Go Amigo
A Mouse Around the House
Moby Dick
The Wild Chase
Well Worn Daffy
A Squeak In The Deep
A Taste Of Catnip
A-Hunting We Will Go
Daffy Rents
Feather Finger
Mexican Mousepiece
Muchos Locos
Snow Excuse
Swing Ding Amigo
The Astro Duck
Daffy's Diner
Fiesta Fiasco
Go Away Stowaway
Quacker Tracker
Rodent To Stardom
Speedy Ghost To Town
The Music Mice-tro
The Spy Swatter
See Ya Later Gladiator
Skyscraper Caper
The Chocalate Chase

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