The Cuckoo Clock (1950) Theatrical Cartoon

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The Cuckoo Clock

The Cuckoo Clock

The Cuckoo Clock (1950) Theatrical Cartoon The Cuckoo Clock

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  • Theatrical ShortShort
  • Traditional Animation
  • MGM
  • Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Voice Actors: Daws Butler.
  • Directed By Tex Avery.
  • Produced By Fred Quimby.
  • Animated By Grant Simmons, Walter Clinton, Michael Lah.
  • Music: Scott Bradley.
  • Originally Released on June 10, 1950.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 7:05 minutes.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

A cuckoo drives a cat crazy. The cat tries to get rid of the cuckoo but has to realize that it has met its match.

Cartoon Production Information:

The scene where the cat is about to shoot the cuckoo bird with a gun, but the cuckoo bird shoots a hole in the cat's head is censored from modern television showings.

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I love how it starts as a horror film would, all dark and cerebral. I'm sure kids were scared $^%#less when it was first released.

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