This cartoon is presumed lost.
Produced by John Randolph Bray, a newspaper cartoonist who became one of the pioneers of animation, he was responsible for launching the careers of Paul Terry, Max and Dave Fleischer and Walter Lantz. The character of Goodrich Dirt- a squat, bearded fellow who is a hapless dimwit- was the creation of Wallace Carlson, one of Bray's animators.
Goodrich Dirt is a cheerful bum. He and his dog are always chasing a good meal or a quick buck.
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