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Boxing Day

Boxing Day (2000)

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  • Cartoon Characters: Dook, Curtis, Mammy, Cereal Bob.
  • Originally Released in Jun 7, 2000 (Estimate).

  • Color
  • Running Time: 13 minutes.
  • France  France / Canada  Canada

Cartoon Summary:


Joe Uppercut, an ambitious illegal boxing promoter, is so impressed with Bob's infamous temper tantrums that he invites the pink rabbit to join him in his business venture, with promises of fame, fortune and championships galore. Bob, who enjoys a good donnybrook every now and then, accepts Uppercut's offer. Bob undergoes training, but Uppercut knows full well that simply a few nice words whispered in Bob's ear will send him off on a psychotic tangent. Meanwhile, Curtis is back to his gambling ways. He even secretly bets all he's got on Bob. Things go awry when the Cowboys are assigned by Granny to investigate the illegal boxing racket. It doesn't take long for Dook to see that Curtis is acting in a very peculiar manner. After a few attempts at blocking the investigation, Curtis finally breaks down and admits to his gambling ways. He even confesses to having gambled all of Dook's money!

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