Dog, Cat, And Canary (1945) - A Color Rhapsody Theatrical Cartoon Series

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Dog, Cat, And Canary

Dog, Cat, And Canary

Dog, Cat, And Canary (1945) - A Color Rhapsody Theatrical Cartoon Series Dog, Cat, And Canary

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  • A Color Rhapsody Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
  • Traditional Animation
  • Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • Distributed by: Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • Cartoon Characters: Flippy, Flop, Sam the Dog.
  • Directed By Howard Swift.
  • Produced By Ray Katz.
  • Animated By Jim Armstrong, Volus Jones.
  • Awards: Academy Award Nominee, Best Short Subject (Cartoon), 1945.
  • Music: Eddie Kilfeather.
  • Originally Released on January 05, 1945.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Production Number: 4501
  • TechniColor (Three-Strip)
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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A hard-luck kitty with nothing left to lose decides to chase the canary, who is guarded by a large dog.

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The Best Short ever made it was directed by Howard Swift and Released on January 05, 1945 And later retitled as Sweet Tweets I give it a 10 out of 10

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