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The Clown's Pup Story Detail



  • Theatrical Film
  • Distributed by: Goldwyn-Bray Pictographs
  • Cartoon Characters: The Clown, Puppies.
  • Live-Action Characters: Max Fleischer.
  • Originally Released in 1919.
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.


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Cartoon Synopsis:


Max Fleischer draws the Clown in outline from the waist up. The clown reached over and grabs a line to his left, and attaching it, creating his legs. Once he is filled in, the Clown and Max argue for a while, and The Clown's pants drop, revealing some "frilly," woman's-style underwear and skinny bird legs. To this The Clown complains, "You call this good art?"

Max then draws a round, porcelain pug dog, and the Clown draws another one just like it. The dogs get into a fight, which is resolved before returning to the inkwell.




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