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The Walter Tetley Web Page is dedicated to the people and voices behind the cartoons of Jay Ward Productions. The web page is named in honor of Walter Tetley, who voiced Sherman from Peabody's Improbable History.
  • Walter Tetley
    • Tribute to Walter Tetley: This is the article that started the whole web site! A tribute to Walter Tetley, a man with an incredibly boyish voice.
    • Walter Tetley: Twilight of an Identity: An article exploring the last few years of Walter's life
    • Walter's Radio Career: Thanks to emails from many Walter Tetley fans, we have learned a lot about his very successful radio career. This article looks at his role as the voice of Leroy in the radio show The Great Gildersleeve.
    • Walter's Radio Career Part 2: The Phil Harris and Alice Faye Show: After listening to 55 episodes of Walter playing Julius in The Phil Harris and Alice Faye Show, we have learned much more about Walter Tetley's radio career. This article looks at his role in that radio program.
  • Paul Frees
    • The Incredible Magic of Paul Frees: A tribute to Paul Frees, the narrator of many Jay Ward cartoons. Much of the information in this article comes from Brian's personal correspondence with Paul in the 70's, and it shows him to be a very warm, talented, and interesting man.
    • Smoke and Mirrors:A further look at Paul Frees and some of his best voices: Boris Badenov, Inspector Fenwick, and Morocco Mole.
  • Bill Scott
    • Without Fanfare: The Bill Scott Story: A huge creative force in Jay Ward cartoons, Bill voiced Bullwinkle, Dudley Do-Right, George of the Jungle, Mr Peabody, and Super Chicken; and wrote the majority of the scripts! Yet he was content to be behind the scenes and took little public credit. A tribute to Bill Scott.
    • Bill Scott Revisited: A look at some of the work Bill Scott did after the closing of Jay Ward Productions.
  • June Foray
  • Daws Butler
    • Daws Butler's Corner: Daws Butler did many voices in Fractured Fairy Tales and in Aesop and Son. Of all the actors Brian corresponded with, Daws was the nicest and kindest of them all. This article is a tribute to this warm and talented man.
    • Unmasking Daws: Brian describes finally discovering what our favorite voice actors look like!
    • Showcasing Daw's Talent: A look at many of Daws' amazing and hilarious voices.
    • Daws' Song: Brian's tribute to Daws' life, in verse!
  • Jay Ward
    • Jay Ward: A look at Jay Ward, creator of Rocky and Bullwinkle, gleaned from correspondence with Bill Scott, Paul Frees, and June Foray.
  • Other Voices
  • Miscellaneous Articles
    • Fractured Fairy Tales: The Crown Jewel:A discussion and tribute to Brian's favorite part of the Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, Fractured Fairy Tales.
    • Chamber of my Mind: Brian shares some of his thoughts about Jay Ward cartoons: his proposal for a Jay Ward Cartoon Playhouse; and a story about a boy, a tape recorder, and Fractured Fairy Tales!
    • A 19th Century Carousel: Brian reflects on seeing Rocky and his Friends for the first time as a child.
    • Sound Bites: Sound bites from Walter Tetley, Daws Butler, and Paul Frees (so far)
  • Peabody's Pony Express: The mailbag portion of the web page, where we post many of our most interesting emails and photos, sent in by our readers. We have received lots of new information from you all, thankyouverymuch!!
  • Links: A very incomplete list of related web sites.
  • About us: Info about Brian, the author, and Greg, the web guy.
  • Email us: How to contact us.
  • Mission Statement: What we're all about!