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Alternate Title: Rail Rodents

Rail-rodents (Rail Rodents) (1954) - Herman and Katnip Theatrical Cartoon Series Rail-rodents

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  • Herman and Katnip Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
  • Traditional Animation
  • Famous Studios
  • Distributed by: Paramount Studios
  • Cartoon Characters: Herman, Katnip.
  • Voice Actors: Sid Raymond, Arnold Stang.
  • Directed By Dave Tendlar.
  • Animated By Martin Taras, Tom Moore.
  • Music: Winston Sharples.
  • Originally Released on November 26, 1954.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 7 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Herman and Katnip get involved in a wild and violent railroad adventure on board a train.

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Alternate Title: "Rail Rodents."


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The cat and mouse theme (or, in the case of Warner Bros, cat and canary or coyote and roadrunner), in which the prey invariably outwits the predator, has been the staple of hundreds of cartoons, and repetition is inevitable. But what distinguishes the classic...  (read more)

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