Madeline and the Treasure Hunt

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Madeline and the Treasure Hunt is the seventh Episode of Madeline's Second Season.

The Episode is written by Betty G. Birney and John Swartzwelder and directed by Stanley Kramer. The Episode guest stars James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, Sam Simon, George Meyer, Al Jean, Mike Reiss, Harvey Fierstein, Rowby Goren, Joey Mazzarino, Christopher Lloyd, John Swartzwelder, Jeff Martin, Frank Mula, Jay Kogen, Wallace Wolodarsky, Tracey Ullman, Mike Myers, Marty Feldman, Dan Castellaneta, Harry Shearer, Hank Azaria, Shelley Zellman, Carolyn Omine, Kathy Bates, Ethel Merman, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts, Mike Scully, Phil Hartman, Ned Goldreyer, Richard Appel, Jennifer Crittenden, Billy Crystal, Marc Wilmore and Jon Vitti as hunters, Bill Murray as George Swartzwelder, Gilbert Gottfried as a Homeless Actor, Harold Garland, William H. Macy as a Cameraman and Danny DeVito as the Narrator. It's also the first Episode to feature Mr. Sclomper, Mr. Zoingpler and Mr. Roing, both voiced by Producers, Writers and Actors Jim Henson, Frank Oz and Robin Williams.


Madeline and the Girls were getting tired and bored at School because of the Spring fever. Lord Cucuface was getting angry at the Girls and starting giving complicated Questions, in which they all don't know. Outraged and Humiliated, Lord Cucuface tolds Miss Clavel if the Girls don't improve, she'll be reported to the Board of Directors. He also told her that she needs Tutors to help the Girls out, she agrees. Pepito cames into the Classroom from the Tree and tells the Girls that there will be a Treasure Hunt


The Idea for "Madeline and the Treasure Hunt" was suggested by Comedy Writer Rowby Goren. He wanted to do an Episode where Madeline, Pepito and the Girls go on a Madcap Treasure Hunt in a Style of Laurel and Hardy, The Three Stooges and the Keystone Kops. The Crew watched It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World at the Indian Hills Theater for it's re release. They loved the Idea and George Meyer suggested that it should be more like the Movie.

They assigned Betty G. Birney and John Swartzwelder to write the Episode. Swartzwelder previously wrote Homer the Vigilante from The Simpsons which features multiple references to Mad World.

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