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The Shooting Of Dan McGoo

Alternate Title: The Shooting of Dan McScrew

The Shooting Of Dan McGoo (The Shooting of Dan McScrew) (1945) - Droopy Theatrical Cartoon Series The Shooting Of Dan McGoo

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  • Droopy Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Droopy Dog, Wolf, Lou, Bartender.
  • Originally Released in 1945.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 7:50 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.
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The Shooting of Dan McGoo

Posted: February 01, 2007

"What do you expect for 10 cents, gasoline?"

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I am a big fan of any Wolf, Red, and Droopy cartoon. This is Red's second cartoon and she's looking noticeablly taller and curvier. If I had to choose, I would say she looks her most gorgeous here. I love her voice and moves as well and for me is my favorite part of the whole cartoon. Her design, voice, and animation is breathtaking and Jessica Rabbit could never top it. However, the humor was great also, full of nonstop jokes-both dialogue and visual gags. ("Drinks on the house boys", "You might as well move along- I ain't budging all through the picture!")

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Shooting Of Dan McGoo

Posted: January 20, 2002

Shooting Of Dan McGoo

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The Shooting of Dan McGoo is an animation classic; A masterpiece reflecting the talents of director Tex Avery at his peak at MGM. Like most Avery cartoons, this short is full of site gags and punchline galore. This is a true look at the classic Droopy; A character still developing and looking to find his stride. Of course, the scene-stealer in this short is the "Red" character. Never before has a woman been drawn which such fluid moves and curvaceous grace.

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