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The Egg-Yegg (1944) - The Fox and Crow Theatrical Cartoon Series The Egg-Yegg

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Columbia Pictures Corporation Frank Graham, Paul Frees, John McLeish Bob Wickersham Ray Katz , Eddie Kilfeather
  • 1944
  • Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • The Fox and Crow Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Fox, Crow.
  • Vocal Talent: Frank Graham (The Fox), Paul Frees (The Crow), John McLeish.
  • Directed By Bob Wickersham.
  • Produced By Ray Katz.
  • Animated By Ben Lloyd, Volus Jones.
  • Written By Grant Simmons.
    Story: Sam Cobean.

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The Crow attempts to stop two "refugee" eggs from winding up as an exhibit by keeping them away from Explorer Fox.

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In this fine Bob Wickersham Fox and Crow short, the Crow receives some refugee war eggs from an "eggcited" mother. Unfortunately, his efforts to protect this nest of "heavenly happiness" are threatened by the Fox, working as an...  (read more)

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