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Boy Meets Dog! (1938) Theatrical Cartoon Boy Meets Dog!

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>Walter Lantz Productions, Caravel Films
  • Walter Lantz Productions, Caravel Films
  • Animated Characters: Boy, Dog, Father, Elves, Pixies.
  • Originally Released in 1938.
  • Running Time: 9:14 minutes.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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A commercial short made for the Bristol-Myers Company. This was originally produced (at a cost of $9,000) as a soft-sell commercial for Bristol-Myers' Ipana toothpaste, and was said to have been one of the most expensive commercials ever made for theatrical distribution as an "added attraction."

Bristol-Myers planned to give theaters 50 cents a seat to run the cartoon, but something happened and this never came about. Gene Castle, head of Castle Films, bought the cartoon (removing two plugs for Ipana) and released it for the home market.

Adapted from Gene Byrnes' comic strip "Reg'lar Fellers."

There are vocal caricatures of popular 1930s radio personalities Fred Allen, Joe Penner and Ed Wynn.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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A boy named Bobby is not allowed to go fishing or get a sundae because his father won't let him. Bobby meets a dog and takes him to his house with him, even if he isn't allowed. When his father notices that the dog's been in the house he...  (read more)

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Its a shame that someone as talented as Lantz could come up with garbage like this. Dissapointment is too vague a word to describe this boring and lifeless piece of unrecycled garbage. The cartoon is mostly about a father and his misadventures in...  (read more)

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