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THE REAL McCOY,
This review is from: Sylvester and Friends [DVD]  (DVD)
Yes, I know, in these supposedly enlightened times there's so much to find fault with here, from the lisp-deadly sufferin' succotash!, and similarly-speech-soaked-slobbering upwards - BUT the animation and vocal talent and the crazy storytelling knocks it all into perspective. No complications, just good vs bad vs very very stupid, with lots of comic slapstick violence inbetween. Best enjoyed in that frame of mind.
Classic post-war cartoons, massively successful, many of which continued through some pretty humourless times, including the McCarthy and Cold War eras. Try Sylvester, Tweety and all the other Warner Bros. animated characters, they're too good to (dis)miss.
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Initial post: 26 Oct 2014 23:42:29 GMT
Does this collection include the episode "scardy cat" in which Sylvester tries to tell Elmor Fud that he and Sylvester are being stalked by mice with murderous plans on it?
In reply to an earlier post on 7 Nov 2014 10:34:33 GMT
Amazon Customer says:
Good question, don't know, but will check.
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