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Speedy Gonzales

Speedy Gonzales (1955) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Speedy Gonzales

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Speedy comes to the aid of a starving band of Mexican mice who live right across the border from a cheese factory. Sylvester is guarding the border. Speedy gets past Sylvester's defenses to bring back cheese.

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Not quite the cream of the Speedy crop, in my book (that honor goes to Freleng's follow-up, "Gonzales' Tamales"), but great fun nonetheless.....the unique thing about this film is that it's staged much like a bullfight.
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Well done all around (though I really prefer "Gonzales Tamales). High Point Of Animation: the ending, with Art Davis's rendering of Sylvester banging his head against the...  (read more)

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Stop-frame the animation of Speedy just before he confronts Sylvester. To a lay-person it is simply well done, but to a student of animation it is breath-taking.

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