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Les Miseranimals (1993) Season 1 Episode 11-3- 406-835- Animaniacs Cartoon Episode Guide Les Miseranimals

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  • Animaniacs Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Rita, Runt.
  • Originally Released in 1993.
  • Season: 1
  • Color
  • Running Time: 10 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Runt Valrunt escapes from Le Pound, imprisoned there because he stole a bone. One of the guard dogs, Camembert vows to track Runt down. A tavern owner, Monsieur Tristesse, keeps many stray cats (les miseranimals) in a pen behind the tavern. He has run out of meat for his meaty meat pies and his customers are very unhappy. Mr. Tristesse decides to put the cats into his pies. Runt comes to rescue Rita, but can't break her out. He goes away and comes back with a dozen revolting pedigree poodles, and they dig under the wall of the pen and free the cats. Mr. Tristesse grabs Rita before she can leave. Runt bites Mr. Tristesse, and Rita and Runt escape. Runt is confronted by Camembert (who was the one who really stole the bone) when he gets out. Mr. Tristesse breaks down the wall of the pen on top of Camembert and himself. Runt, Rita, and the rest of the dogs and cats run off to Paris.

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