Prehistoric Stimpy / Farm Hands

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Prehistoric Stimpy:
- Hongkong Trip – Gerhard Trede (title card)
- Blue Hills – Ronald Hanmer (opening)
- Fly By Night – Montague Ewing (race to the top of the dinosaur)
- Stealth By Night – Jack Coles (“Hold it, girlie, that ain’t no diving board.”)
- Peter and the Wolf Overture- Cat Theme – Sergei Prokofiev (Wilbur Cobb decides to tell Ren and Stimpy about the dinosaurs)
- Ravages of Time (a) – Tony Hymas (“The stupidest creature that ever lived.”)
- Marking Time Submix – Laurie Johnson (Stimpy hands over his “stupidest creature” badge)
- Peter and the Wolf Overture- Cat Theme – Sergei Prokofiev (“An Ethel among Mermans!”)
- Carnival of the Animals-The Aquarium – Camille Saint-Saens (“Back, way back…”)
- Sylvia-Pizzicati – Leo Delibes (reproduction explained)
- Peter and the Wolf Overture- Grandfather Theme – Sergei Prokofiev (Cobb gets out of the tub)
- Morning From Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 – Edvard Grieg (fish Stimpy’s nose rises out of the water)
- Panpipe Polka – Frank Comedes (fish Stimpy walking on land)
- Bach’s Toccata – Johann Sebastian Bach, Peter Lea-Cox (“No buses, huh? Whaddya call THAT?”)
- Dramatic String Effects 3 – John Fox (pan of prehistoric valley)
- Dramatic String Effects 7 – John Fox (“Life was a constant battle.”)
- They’re Playing Our Tune – Dennis Farnon (mini dino Ren)
- Inferno – Hans Conzelmann, Delle Haensch (pan up Stimpysaurus)
- Lumbering Giant – Paddy Kingsland (“Happy happy, joy joy.”)
- Softly She Sleeps – Cedric King-Palmer (Treeasic Period)
- Hungarian Dance No. 5 – Johannes Brahms (“It gave them fire.”)
- Adventures of P.C. 49 – Ronald Hanmer (“Yes, friend to mankind…”)
- Dead March 1 – Alfred Kluten, Frederic Chopin (the dinos ran out of food)
- Showtime (a) – Robert Sharples (dinos watching TV)
- Peter and the Wolf Overture- Cat Theme – Sergei Prokofiev (“It was because they all moved to Jersey!”)
- Lohengrin-Overture to the 3rd Act – Richard Wagner (dinosaurs jumping off buildings)
- Peter and the Wolf Overture- Cat Theme – Sergei Prokofiev (Ren and Stimpy have beards)
- Sting #36 – Dan Kirsten [OGM] (Hemorrhoids, really bad hemorrhoids!”)
- Adventures of P.C. 49 – Ronald Hanmer (sneezed, coughed, and belched at the same time)
- Bits and Pieces – Ronald Hanmer (“And the kid on the top bunk died!”)
- Blood in the Gutter – Laurie Johnson (cops drag Cobb away)
- Peter and the Wolf Overture- Grandfather Theme – Sergei Prokofiev (“-I- killed the dinosaurs!”)
- Panpipe Polka – Frank Comedes (ending)

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Farm Hands:
- Let’s Dance Susanna – Roy Henley (title card)
- My Horse and I – Norman Warren (opening)
- Country Music #3 – Dan Kirsten [OGM] (“Let’s us buy some new young’uns!”)
- Country & Western #1 – Henrik Nielsen [OGM] (mail)
- Country & Western #2 – Henrik Nielsen [OGM] (“Here, Ewalt, have a gnaw!”)
- Holiday Fun – Richard Myhill (Ren and Stimpy appear)
- Turkey in the Straw – Stephen Wade (Ren has to get some eggs)
- Two Old Timers – A Gunn (Ren in the hen house)
- The Gunfighter – Franco Micalizzi, Roberto Pregadio (chickens confront Ren)
- Rescue – Cecil Milner (Ren pelted with eggs)
- Mountain Dew (b) – Graham Preskett (chickens playing cards)
- Silent Tears – Keith Nichols (Ren pretending to be a chicken)
- Ridin’ High and Handsome – Glen Sutton, Norris Wilson (Ren runs off with some eggs)
- Santa Lucia (a) – Janos Lehar (Ren grabbed by a romantic rooster)
- Pizzicato Playtime – Sam Fonteyn (Stimpy stepping on a rake)
- Cotton Glory – Les Hurdle, Michael Morgan (at the table)
- Country Friends – Richard Gilks (pulling teeth)
- Old Joe Clark – Stephen Wade (“Why, they startin’ to look just like us!”)
- Ridin’ High and Handsome – Glen Sutton, Norris Wilson (rooster appears again)
- Jelly on a Plate – Paul Lenart, Robert Duke Levine (feeding the pigs)
- Fingerpickin’ – John David Edmed, Vic Flick (Stimpy in litter)
- Jelly on a Plate – Paul Lenart, Robert Duke Levine (Stimpy milking Bossie)
- Dangerous A – Mladen Franko (Ren paranoid)
- Broken Saddles – Richard Gilks (hillbillies as scarecrows)
- Mississippi Blues – Saul Broudy, Zan McLeod (Ren and Stimpy go into outhouse)
- Home on the Range – Saul Broudy, Zan McLeod (that night)
- She’ll Be Commin’ Round the Mountain – Saul Broudy, Zan McLeod, Stephen Wade (tornado)
- Ghosts – Richard Myhill (“Gone? All gone?!”)
- Erotic Nightmare – W. Merreck Farran (Ren goes nuts)
- Air Raid – Gerhard Trede (“Do you hear me?! ALONE! ALONE! ALONE!!!”)
- Plainsong – Chris Payne (choir)
- Mississippi Blues – Saul Broudy, Zan McLeod (“Bossie!”)

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