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Northwest Hounded Police

Alternate Title: The Man Hunt

Northwest Hounded Police (The Man Hunt) (1946) - Droopy Theatrical Cartoon Series Northwest Hounded Police

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  • Droopy Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Droopy, Wolf.
  • Originally Released in 1946.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 7:23 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.
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Northwest Hounded Police

Posted: August 22, 2005

Northwest Hounded Police

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I love how this entire cartoon is the same gag repeated. Only Tex Avery would have the audacity to repeat a gag more than once and actually make it funny each time. Under many other directors' charge, this cartoon would have been repetative. But this is Tex were talking about. He made this work. True genius.

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Northwest Hounded Police

Posted: December 22, 2002

HOUNDED WOLF IN HILLARIOUS CHASE!

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This truely the greatest MGM cartoon I can remember! It is definitely hysterically funny! No matter where the wolf goes Sgt. McPoodle of the Mounties, namely Droopy is everywhere! The wolf's cries are just too funny! I laugh at every one of them! The cries of woman's screams, to braying donkeys and horses, a lion's roar, even a train whistle, and a factory whistle can't keep from laughing! This indeed classic KEYSTONE KOPS SLAPSTICK, with the wolf reminding me of LAUREL AND HARDY! It's classic!

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Northwest Hounded Police

Posted: December 04, 2002

Hear evey yell the wolf can make.

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I've always loved the Droopy shorts. This is one of my favorites with the wolf. Mountie Droopy is on his tail wherever he goes and its driving him nuts. Tex Avery originated those wacky suprise looks that are copied to this day.

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