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Roughly SqueakingRoughly Squeaking (1946) - Looney Tunes Theatrical Cartoon Series
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- Looney Tunes Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
- Traditional Animation
- Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc.
- Distributed by: Warner Bros.
- Cartoon Characters: Hubie, Bertie, Cat, Bulldog, Bird.
- Voice Actors: Dick Nelson, Stan Freberg, Mel Blanc.
- Directed By Chuck Jones.
- Produced By Edward Selzer.
- Animated By Ben Washam, Ken Harris, Basil Davidovich, Lloyd Vaughan.
- Written By Tedd Pierce, Michael Maltese.
- Music: Carl Stalling.
- Originally Released on November 23, 1946. (more dates ...)
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 7:35 minutes.
- Production Number: (Blue Ribbon): 1357.
Hubie and Bertie shave a cat and try to convince him that he's a lion. And if he's a lion, there are other things to hunt than mice. The troublemaking mice satisfy their sadistic enjoyment of watching the poor cat getting constantly beaten by the... (more)
Cartoon Production Information:
In "The Aristo-Cat" (1943) and "Roughly Squeaking" (1946), Bertie is grey and Hubie is brown. In "House Hunting Mice" (1947), "Mouse Wreckers" (1949), "The Hypo-Chondri-Cat" (1950) and "Cheese Chasers" (1951), Bertie changes to brown and Hubie is... (more)
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