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Blitz Wolf (1942) Theatrical Cartoon Blitz Wolf

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MGM Bill Thompson, Pinto Colvig, Frank Graham Tex Avery Fred Quimby Scott Bradley
  • 1942
  • MGM
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Cartoon Characters: Three Pigs, Adolf Wolf.
  • Vocal Talent: Bill Thompson (Wolf), Pinto Colvig (Sergeant Pork, uncredited), Frank Graham (Narrator).
  • Directed By Tex Avery.
  • Produced By Fred Quimby.
  • Animated By Ray Abrams, Irv Spence, Preston Blair, Ed Love.
  • Written By Rich Hogan.

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This variation on the Three Little Pigs tale takes place during World War II. The evil Adolf Wolf, "one big stinker," is about to invade the state of Pigmania, but...  (more)

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You can add my review to the list of accolades here. Some snoots say Avery's talent was "too good" to spend on a propagandistic wartime film; I say he did it with the best of them--Tashlin, Freleng & McCabe, in...  (read more)

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The Blitz Wolf

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This cartoon has to be one of the funniest takes on Adolf Hitler. Especially the fact that Adolf Wolf had sent the first two pigs a proclomation that he would not harm them or their country in any way. (Yeah, RIGHT!) Hitler promised the same thing to...  (read more)

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The Blitz Wolf

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This is the cartoon that lead the cartoon world into war with Nazis.

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