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The Boy And The Wolf

The Boy And The Wolf

The Boy And The Wolf (1943) Theatrical Cartoon The Boy And The Wolf

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MGM Frank Graham Rudolf Ising Fred Quimby Scott Bradley
  • 1943
  • MGM
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Cartoon Characters: Boy, Perrito, Wolf, Sheep.
  • Vocal Talent: Frank Graham (Wolf).
  • Directed By Rudolf Ising.
  • Produced By Fred Quimby.

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A little Mexican boy is herding sheep with his dog Perrito. The boy plays a prank on Perrito, pretending the wolf is attacking the flock. Later, when the wolf...  (more)

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As growing up in the 60's watching all the cartoons in black and white. I did not realize the beautiful animation colors that MGM had created (thanks Hanna-Barbera) until our mom bought our first color TV set. It was such a fondness to see MGM Cartoons...  (read more)

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