#CotD: One of the most heavily edited cartoons on TV, “Droopy’s Good Deed” featured Droopy and Spike as Boy Scouts. Comedy ensues.
CotD: Extremely similar to a WB cartoon staring Bugs Bunny, “The Cat Concerto” and Tom and Jerry ended up winning the Oscar that year- Bugs would wait another ten for his.
CotD: Rudolf Ising was at the end of his career at MGM when he directed “The Boy And The Wolf ” as a one-time cartoon.
CotD: Reprising their first appearance in “Goldilocks And The Three Bears“, the Bear Family faces “A Rainy Day” and some incredible animation of the roof shingles turning into big waves.
CotD: The last collaboration between director Tex Avery and animator Preston Blair was on “Señor Droopy“.
CotD: Screwy Squirrel first appeared in Tex Avery’s “Screwball Squirrel from 1944. Contray to popular beleif, the directer did NOT voice Meathead.
CotD: Tom lost the grey stripe between his eyes in “Johann Mouse ” which won the seventh- and last- Tom & Jerry Oscar.
CotD: Droopy first appeared in “Dumb-Hounded” from 1943, when he was named Happy Hound.
CotD: Hugh Harmon and Rudolph Ising left Warner Bros. and took their character Bosko with them when they made “Bosko’s Easter Eggs” at MGM in 1937.
CotD: Originally titled The Shooting of Dan McScrew, “The Shooting Of Dan McGoo” this film is loaded with great sight gags, and smacks heavily of World War II.
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