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Fox-Terror (1957) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series Fox-Terror

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  • Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Warner Bros.
  • Cartoon Characters: Foghorn Leghorn, Barnyard Dog, Fox, Rooster.
  • Originally Released in 1957.
  • Color
  • Running Time: 6:44 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


A wily fox is trying to distract the Barnyard Dog so that he can sneak in and get the chickens. He disguises himself in a variety of ways to fool Foghorn Leghorn to get the dog away with him. One of the fox's disguises is the Sheldon Leonard racetrack tout popularized on the Jack Benny Show.

The fox also disguises himself as a fortune-telling swami. Foghorn tells a baby rooster to ring the bell in case of fox. All the while, the rooster keeps pulling the "fox alert." Every time that the rooster rings the bell, the fox disappears, and the dog thinks that he's crying wolf when there's no fox around. Finally Foghorn and the dog discover the ruse of the fox, and they team up to get rid of him. Loads of good gags and puns!

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As the title indicates, "Foggy" & "Doggy" are always "at each others throat" as this cartoon concludes, they became "temporary friends". The first was 1956's "The High And The Flighty" (with...  (read more)

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