The Hick Chick (1946) Theatrical Cartoon

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The Hick Chick

The Hick Chick (1946) Theatrical Cartoon The Hick Chick

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  • Theatrical ShortShort
  • Traditional Animation
  • MGM
  • Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Cartoon Characters: Lem, Daisy Lou, City Clicker.
  • Voice Actors: Stan Freberg, Sara Berner, Frank Graham.
  • Directed By Tex Avery.
  • Produced By Fred Quimby.
  • Animated By Preston Blair, Ed Love, Ray Abrams, Walter Clinton.
  • Music: Scott Bradley.
  • Originally Released on June 15, 1946.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 7:10 minutes.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Lem takes Daisy to the barn dance and proposes. Before she can accept, she's swept away by a tempting city slicker. When Daisy finds she's only been seduced to the...  (more)

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This is another Avery film that has low esteem among buffs. I beg to differ, to say the least. (It's great knowing both Avery & Clampett liked Red Skelton--they patterned quite a few characters...  (read more)

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