The Shooting Of Dan McGoo (1945) — MGM Theatrical Cartoon

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CotD: Not too long after leav­ing WB for MGM, Tex Avery directed 1945’s “The Shoot­ing Of Dan McGoo”

The Shooting Of Dan McGoo (1945) - MGM Theatrical Cartoon

The Shoot­ing Of Dan McGoo (1945) — MGM The­atri­cal Cartoon

The Shoot­ing Of Dan McGoo (1945) — MGM The­atri­cal Cartoon

The story begins in Cold­er­nell, Alaska– Pop­u­la­tion 320 and get­ting smaller. A wild, rough town where gold is king and gam­bling, drink­ing and shoot­ing each other are the major activities.Droopy is Dan­ger­ous Dan McGoo, a lone gam­bler, whose only love is the girl they call “Lou,” played by Red. The wolf drags him­self into the saloon from the 50-below cold and imme­di­ately pays for “drinks on the house,” a sight gag that will be reused many years later by Jim Hen­son in “The Mup­pet Movie.” As always, the wolf falls for Lou, tries to drag her off and…

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