The Boy And The Wolf (1943) – MGM Theatrical Cartoon

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The Boy And The Wolf

The Boy And The Wolf

CotD: Rudolf Ising was at the end of his career at MGM when he directed “The Boy And The Wolf” as a one-shot cartoon.

The Boy And The Wolf (1943) – MGM Theatrical Cartoon

A little Mexican boy is herding sheep with his dog Perrito. The boy plays a prank on Perrito, pretending the wolf is attacking the flock. Later, when the wolf really comes, Perrito at first doesn’t respond. However loyalty wins out and Perrito saves the day.

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