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Jay Ward Bill Scott Producer(s) Jay Ward Bill Scott Running time 30 minutes with commercials Production company(s) DreamWorks Classics Jay Ward Productions Release Original network ABC Original release September 9 December 30, 1967 Chronology Followed by George of the Jungle (2007 TV series) . The character George was inspired by the story of Tarzan and a cartoon characterization of George Eiferman (Mr. GacyEl Gringo You Might Like. Program format. The films biggest problem is that it lacks substance to the overall story. Chicago Sun-Times. (Thus the appearance of the dancing "twins" Fella and Ursula in the end titles.) George's closest friend is an ape named Ape (voiced by Paul Frees impersonating Ronald Colman) who, like Ursula, is far more intelligent than George. The large gorillas who live with George were all costumed actors or animatronic figures with the gorilla suits provided by Jim Henson's Creature Shop. – Submitted by Andy S (2 years ago) Max: Thor, didn't I tell you not to wear 20 pounds of black leather in the jungle? Didn't I tell ya? – Submitted by Dave A (4 years ago) Ape: Ladies and gentlemen I present you The King of the Jungle.