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Dog Gone South

Dog Gone South (1950) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Dog Gone South

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The lovable but troublesome brown canine is kicked out of a boxcar at Platt Falls. When he hears the opening strains of Colonel Shuffle's banjo, he runs over and proceeds to irritate the tar out of him and his bulldog Belvedere with his Northern Yankee ways.

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This is my favorite of all the Charlie Dog cartoons.....he's such a little s***, and here he gets it in the end (figuratively and literally).

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