- Jackson Beck - Leonardo, Biggie Rat, Professor Messer
- Allen Swift - Odie Cologne, Itchy, Duke, Earl, Tooter Turtle, Narrator ("The King and Odie")
- Sandy Becker - Mr. Wizard
- Kenny Delmar - The Hunter, Narrator ("The Hunter")
- Ben Stone - The Fox, Officer Flim Flanigan
- Norman Rose - Mr. Mad, Narrator (several 1963 episodes of "The King and Odie")
- Delo States - various female and children's voices
- George S. Irving - Narrator ("Twinkles"), various voices
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