Quick Draw McGraw
also included with this show:
Augie Doggie and Doggie Daddy
Snooper and Blabber
Premiered (September 29,1959)

Quick Draw McGraw / Baba Looey - Daws Butler
Sage Brush Sal - Julie Bennet

Quick Draw McGraw Episodes


  • Scary Prairie
  • Bad Guys Disguise
  • Scat, Scout, Scat
  • Choo-Choo Chumps
  • Masking For Trouble
  • Lamb Chopped
  • Double Barrel Double
  • Riverboat Shuffled
  • Dizzy Desperado
  • Sagebrush Brush
  • Bow Wow Bandit
  • Six Gun Spook
  • Slick City Slicker
  • Cattle Battle Rattled
  • Doggone Prairie Dog
  • El Kabong
  • Gun Gone Goons
  • El Kabong Strikes Again
  • Treasure Of El Kabong
  • Locomotive Loco
  • Bronco Busting Boobs
  • The Lyin' Lion
  • Chopping Spree
  • Elephant Boy Oh Boy
  • Bull Leave Me
  • Kabong Kabong's Kabong


  • El Kabong Meets El Kazing
  • Bullet Proof Gallot
  • Two, Too Much
  • Twin Troubles
  • Ali Baba Looey
  • Shooting Room Only
  • Yippe Coyote
  • Gun Shy Gal
  • Who Is El Kabong?
  • Scooter Rabbit
  • Talky Hawky
  • Extra Special Extra
  • El Kabong Jr


  • El Kabong Was Wrong
  • Dynamite Fright
  • Baba Bait
  • Big Town El Kabong
  • Mine Your Manners
  • The Mark Of El Kabong

What was the name of that dog who would float in the air after given a dog bisquit?
Answer: His name was "Snuffles" - Here he is chopping one down now.
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Quick Draw McGraw gallery of pictures and such:
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  1. Children's Book of "Quick Draw Mcgraw on Raspberry Ridge" (1972)
  2. Quick Draw McGraw Bean Bag from Warner Brothers Studio Store (2-99)
  3. Quick Draw McGraw and Baba Looey
  4. Sericel of Quick Draw McGraw as Elkabong

If you have any Quick Draw McGraw memorabilia, please email me, I would love to see it on this page!!

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