A Feud There WasA Feud There Was (1938) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series
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- A Vitaphone Production
- Warner Bros.
- Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series
- Cartoon Characters: Egghead/Elmer Fudd, Maw, Old-Timer, Weaver, Other Hillbillies, Musicians, Good Night!.
- Vocal Talent: Arthur Q. Bryan (Egghead/Elmer Fudd [uncredited]), Roy Rogers (Egghead/Elmer Singing Voice [uncredited]), Robert C. Bruce, Mel Blanc, Dave Weber, Tex Avery, Hugh Farr (Singing Voice, Musician [uncredited]), Bob Nolan (Singing Voice, Musician [uncredited]), Tim Spencer (Musician [uncredited]), Billy Bletcher (Good Night! [uncredited]).
- Directed By Tex Avery.
- Produced By Leon Schlesinger.
- Animated By Sid Sutherland.
- Written By Melvin Millar.
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In the mountains, a bunch of stereotypical hillbillies are having a feud. Maw's coffeepot is shot full of holes so she can pour five cups at once. An old-timer gets his beard shot off, says, "The old grey hair just ain't what she used to be," and when it doesn't... (more)