Droopy's Good DeedDroopy's Good Deed (1951) - Droopy Theatrical Cartoon Series
This page has been viewed 37 times this month, and 5037 times total.
- Animated Characters: Droopy, Spike.
- Originally Released in 1951.
- Production Number: MPAA #: 14359
- Running Time: 7:20 minutes.
Cartoon Production Information:
- Spike getting struck by lightning, leaving him in blackface, fades out before the audience can see the result.
- Droopy's line, "Hey, Blackie, any more babes in there?", after the wooden shack goes up in flames, leaving Spike in blackface, is cut.
- After Spike sees Droopy run out of the burning cabin carrying a blonde lady in his arms, Spike runs into the same burning cabin and comes running out with a black lady in a red dress, red lipstick and gold hoop earrings.
- The scene in which the rich gentleman rewards Spike for returning his hat by handing Spike a seemingly endless stream of cash is trimmed. The two are blown up by a bomb, which was planted by Spike himself earlier during the scene. Originally, the two were transformed into black caricatures in tattered clothing. The rich man's cultured voice ("10, 15, 20...") turns into a stereotypical black voice who proclaims "...eleventy billion...and two bits!", throwing torn pieces of money in the air. On TV, the scene now ends as the bomb explodes.
Submit Additional Information:
Do you have anything to add to this page? Have we made any mistakes... or do you ahve any additional information about Droopy's Good Deed? If so, we would love to hear from you. Please send us a quick note with your additions or corrections to this page, and we will make the corrections as soon as possible!Report Errors / Submit Additional Information