Squiddly Diddly’s: Surfin’ Safari

Squiddly Diddly's Surfin Safari
I’m usually very good resist to re-post the cool Bubblegumfink! posts, but I couldn’t resist to Squiddly Diddly. He posted a Squiddly Diddly ‘s Surfin’ Safari album full of groove music. Just in case, if you don’t remember, Squiddly Diddly, called “Lula Lelé” in Portuguese, was a Hanna-Barbera‘s cartoon which ran on the NBC Saturday morning line-up from 1965 to 1967. For me that is a 80’s cartoon, well, that’s when I saw it. So, don’t miss the Bubblegumfink! post.

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6 Responses to Squiddly Diddly’s: Surfin’ Safari

  1. poncho says:

    In Mexico he was called “El pulpo Manotas” a classic.
    Thanks for the nostalgic trip!

  2. Bibi says:

    I liked that cartoon… don’t remember why but I liked it.
    Manotas? from “manotear”? My stupid dictionary isn’t the smartest thing in the world to find words.

  3. poncho says:

    Literally it means “big hands” but I guess they figured children with equate it with “lots of hands” oh and it can also mean somebody that is not very delicate and makes lots of mistakes.

  4. Thanks for the mention, Bibi!

  5. João M. says:

    LULA LELÉ!!!! 😉

  6. Bibi says:

    My pleasure Bubblegumfink! 🙂
    Sim Lula Lelé! A única versão de lula que eu gosto. Talvez lula de pelúcia também.

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