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Cobs And Robbers

Cobs And Robbers

Cobs And Robbers (1953) - Barney Bear Theatrical Cartoon Series Cobs And Robbers

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MGM Paul Frees Dick Lundy Fred Quimby , Scott Bradley
  • 1953
  • MGM
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Barney Bear Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Barney Bear, Joe Scarecrow, Crows.
  • Vocal Talent: Paul Frees (Barney Bear).
  • Directed By Dick Lundy.
  • Produced By Fred Quimby.
  • Animated By Robert Bentley, Walter Clinton, Al Grandmain, Michael Lah, Grant Simmons.
  • Written By Jack Cosgriff, Heck Allen.

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  • Backgrounds: John Didrik Johnsen.

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Barney is plagued by crows. Joe Scarecrow comes along and, using a wind-up puppet, gets the crows to follow it out in a conga line. He then tells Barney everything...  (more)

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Ive always liked Barney bear but when I saw Cobs and Robbers for the first time 3 years ago I laughed from the start to the finish.
Old Joe Scarecrow is a riot lol and the crows never miss a beat...  (read more)

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