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Lucky Ducky (1948) - George and Junior Theatrical Cartoon Series Lucky Ducky

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>MGM
  • MGM
  • Animated Characters: Duck, Dogs.
  • Originally Released in 1948.
  • Production Number: MPAA: # 12838
  • Running Time: 7:38 minutes.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Though developed as a George and Junior cartoon, the characters were changed to two regular dogs during production. The short was finally released as an MGM cartoon after the George and Junior series ended.

One scene has the duck and both hunters running out of color when they pass the "Technicolor Ends Here" sign. They have to backtrack in a hurry to get their color back.

The blackface scene with the hunter dogs is cut from modern T.V. prints.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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Even though Chuck Jones always cited Tex Avery as an inspiration, it's really Bob Clampett (whom Jones always ignored) whose style bears the most kinship to Avery's cartoons. This cartoon's a perfect example: the duck is totally invincible...  (read more)

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Even though Chuck Jones spared no opportunity to credit Avery as his guiding inspiration, it's really Bob Clampett (whom Jones always ignored) who shares the closest kinship with Avery. THis cartoon's a good case in point. The duck has eternal...  (read more)

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