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Fox-Terror (1957) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Fox-Terror

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  • 1957
  • Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc.
  • Warner Bros.
  • Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Foghorn Leghorn, Barnyard Dog, Fox, Rooster.
  • Vocal Talent: Mel Blanc.
  • Directed By Robert McKimson.
  • Produced By Edward Selzer.
  • Animated By Keith Darling, George Grandpré, Ted Bonnicksen.
  • Written By Michael Maltese.
  • Edited By Treg Brown.

Additional Crew:

  • Layouts: Robert Gribbroek.
  • Backgrounds: Bob Majors.

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A wily fox is trying to distract the Barnyard Dog so that he can sneak in and get the chickens. He disguises himself in a variety of ways to fool Foghorn Leghorn...  (more)

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As the title indicates, "Foggy" & "Doggy" are always "at each others throat" as this cartoon concludes, they became "temporary friends". The first was 1956's "The High And The Flighty" (with...  (read more)

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