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Two Guys from Texas

Two Guys from Texas (1948) Feature Length Theatrical FilmFeature Length Theatrical Animated Film

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  • Feature Film with Animated Segments
  • Distributed by: Warner Bros.
  • Cartoon Characters: Bugs Bunny.
    Live-Action Characters: Steve, Danny Foster, Joan Winston, Maggie Reed, 'Tex' Bennett, Dr. Straeger, Link Jessup, Jim Crocker, The Texan, Pete Nash, Fred.
  • Originally Released in 1948 (Estimate).

  • TechniColor
  • Running Time: 86 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

During a fantasy sequence, Danny Foster plays a wooden flute for some lambs in a meadow, which enjoy it. Steve arrives and puts on a latex wolf mask and costume (with tail) and grabs the attention of the lambs (which turn horrified) until he unmasks in front of them, causing the lambs to cheer and rush toward the sexy human figure, ditching Danny. They even trample him in the process. Bugs Bunny (the real one) arrives into the scene and asks what's up at Danny, who explains that "wolf" is always stealing lambs away from him. Bugs gives a word of advice to his chum, and after whispering to him and giving him the plan, Danny thanks Bugs and runs off. Bugs is glad to help a chum.

Meanwhile, Steve (in his normal clothes) sings "Every Day I Love You Just A Little Bit More," causing the lambs to swoon like schoolgirls, as all of nature love his voice. Danny arrives and puts on a wolf costume (complete with latex mask), trying to get the lambs' attention. He sings "Every Day I" with a horrible voice and the lambs don't even know who he really is. They all throw their schoolgirl sneakers at the phony wolf, and then, to complete the nightmare, a big fat female American Indian squaw chases him away.

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