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What is this "Captain Caveman" Episode Title?

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    RascalsFan84 Intern Forum Member New Member

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    Does anybody know what episode of Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels this scene is from?

    It looks like it takes place inside a ship at night or a submarine underwater.

    We can rule out "Disco Cavey" since the Teen Angels wore their usual wardrobe in the image below.

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    Not off-hand, but there is one other possibility: one of The New Scooby Doo Movies featured a crossover with Josie And The Pussycats that centered on a counterfeiting press aboard a paddleboat steamer, which was depicted with portholes. It's a case of Did Not Do The Research, as these steamers had no windows in their hull, and above decks were fitted with regular square windows. Portholes are fitted on the hulls of capital ships that have to deal with seafaring squalls. Riverboats rarely have to contend with such severe weather.
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    In The Little Rascals episode "Cap'n Spanky's Showboat", I can confirm I saw no portholes in the riverboat, as I saw Spanky peeking out a rectangular window asking Alfalfa "Are you okay, pal?" after Alfalfa got caught in the hammock just after Darla and Buckwheat were first seen barefoot.

    "The Haunted Showboat" was produced in the early 1970s, which explains the case of "Did Not Do The Research" so chances are that H-B likely corrected their mistakes and possibly later in the 70s, riverboats used in H-B cartoons were depicted with rectangular windows and not portholes, as was proven in "Cap'n Spanky's Showboat".

    Of course, a riverboat possibly being used in the Captain Caveman episode I am trying to figure out is still not ruled out.
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    It's definitely not "Cavey and the Murky Mississippi Mystery", as the riverboat had rectangular windows. It sounds like Hanna-Barbera fixed their mistake regarding riverboats.

    I think the likely candidate is "The Creepy Case of the Creaky Charter Boat", which has portholes on a ship.
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