King Klunk (1933) - Pooch the Pup Theatrical Cartoon Series

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King Klunk (1933) - Pooch the Pup Theatrical Cartoon Series King Klunk

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  • Pooch the Pup Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
  • Traditional Animation
  • Walter Lantz Productions
  • Distributed by: Universal Pictures
  • Cartoon Characters: Pooch the Pup, King Klunk, Natives.
  • Directed By Walter Lantz, Bill Nolan.
  • Produced By Walter Lantz.
  • Animated By Manuel Moreno, Lester Kline, Fred Kopietz, Charles Hastings, Ernest Smythe.
  • Originally Released on September 04, 1933.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Production Number: 3315
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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A cartoon parody of "King Kong," complete with racial stereotypes of native villagers (from the "Hot Cha" Tribe).

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I saw this once and only once in 1960. it was funny until the end until the gorilla was shot off the building and burned, leaving only its skeleton. Other than the jungle scenes, the only thing I really recall was the conflagoration that consumed...  (read more)

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