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Dumb Like A Fox

Dumb Like A Fox (1941) - Fables Theatrical Cartoon Series Dumb Like A Fox

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  • Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • Animated Characters: Pooch, Jack Beaver, Bloodhound, Fox, Skunk.
  • Originally Released in 1941.
  • Production Number: 4113
  • Running Time: 6:31 minutes.
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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When the beaver spits out chips of wood into a dam, the word "WPA" magically appears. The WPA (Works Program Administration) was a federal job program developed by Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Great Depression to put people back to work.

Mel Blanc does all of the vocalizations. The voice of the Young Bloodhound sounds exactly like Bugs Bunny's, while the voice of the Beaver would be reused by Blanc for the Marvin Martian character in Warner Bros. cartoons.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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