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The Kangaroo Kid

The Kangaroo Kid

The Kangaroo Kid (1938) - A Color Rhapsody Theatrical Cartoon Series The Kangaroo Kid

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Columbia Pictures Corporation Ben Harrison Charles Mintz Joe De Nat
  • 1938
  • Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • A Color Rhapsody Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Father Kangaroo, Son Kangaroo, Mother Kangaroo, Champ, Audience.
  • Directed By Ben Harrison.
  • Produced By Charles Mintz.
  • Animated By Manny Gould.
  • Written By Jack Miller.

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A tough former boxing champ kangaroo father tries to teach his sissy son (who wants to be a musician) to be a boxer. The kid has a boxing match against the current...  (more)

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An Old Plot Done with Panache

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"You broke my fiddle!" This is the old roughneck father can't understand his artistic son plot done with panache. A boxing kangaroo father wants his son Elmer to follow him in his career, but the kid wants to be a concert violinist. So Dad...  (read more)

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