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One Ham's Family

One Ham's Family (1943) Theatrical Cartoon One Ham's Family

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MGM Dick Nelson, Pinto Colvig Tex Avery Fred Quimby Scott Bradley
  • 1943
  • MGM
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Cartoon Characters: Wolf, Junior Pig, Father Pig, Mother Pig.
  • Vocal Talent: Dick Nelson (Wolf), Pinto Colvig (Father Pig, Junior Pig, Wolf).
  • Directed By Tex Avery.
  • Produced By Fred Quimby.
  • Animated By Preston Blair, Ed Love, Ray Abrams.
  • Written By Rich Hogan.

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A big bad wolf dresses up as Santa Claus in an attempt to bag some ham. Mother and Father Pig turn in for a good night's sleep. The hungry wolf soon meets their...  (more)

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HOO-BOY! Don't tell me we've finally bred a generation of youngsters who can't remember Red Skelton! His "mean widdle kid" characterization was admittedly less employed by him after his radio days (he held onto his...  (read more)

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If it wasn't for the kid's almost incomprehensible and annoying persona, this would be one of Tex Avery's greatest works.

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