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Plywood Panic

Plywood Panic

Alternate Title: Maw and Paw in Plywood Panic

Plywood Panic (Maw and Paw in Plywood Panic) (1953) - Maw and Paw Theatrical Cartoon Series Plywood Panic

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>Walter Lantz Productions
  • Walter Lantz Productions
  • Animated Characters: Maw, Paw, Kids, Milford, Contest Representative.
  • Originally Released in 1953.
  • Production Number: U-23
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Alternate Title: "Maw and Paw in Plywood Panic (Full Title)."

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The hillbilly pair of Maw and Paw draw their inspiration from Universal's very popular Ma and Pa Kettle film series.

Maw and Paw and their kids live on a farm, and can be described as a rural family with below-average intelligence (their pet pig, Milford, is regarded in the opening titles as the "Smart One").

This film was originally slated to be in 3-D.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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