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Bad Luck Blackie

Bad Luck Blackie

Bad Luck Blackie (1949) Theatrical Cartoon Bad Luck Blackie

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  • Theatrical Short
  • Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Cartoon Characters: Bad Luck Blackie, Kitten, Dog.
  • Originally Released in 1949.
  • TechniColor
  • Running Time: 6:55 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Bad Luck Blackie

Posted: September 24, 2004

Bad Luck Blackie

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The mousetrap hidden in the saucer of milk has to be one of the cruelest, funniest cartoon moments ever. So simple, so fiendish, so brilliant.

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Bad Luck Blackie

Posted: March 12, 2004

Absolutely Hilarious!

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This is by far one of the funniest cartoons Tex Avery ever made. It's just so hilarious - that stupid little melody that you hear everytime the black cat shows up, all the various "objects" falling from out of nowhere... Tex takes the old superstition of black cats being bad luck one step farther in this cartoon. Dog picks on kitten... kitten blows whistle... black cat crosses dog's path... dog gets hurt. In the final scene of this cartoon, Tex Avery sets a record for the most sight gags in the shortest amount of time, with no less than 7 objects falling from the sky in a matter of 15-20 seconds.

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Bad Luck Blackie

Posted: March 03, 2003

Brilliant!

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I sgree that this may be Tex's funniest effort. The premise is simple with lots of great Averian twists. A classic that only gets better with repeated viewing.

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