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Puss n' Booty (1943)

Puss n' Booty
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Mel Blanc Mel Blanc
Rudolph - Petey Bird

Written by
Warren Foster Warren Foster


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Release date: 11 December 1943
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"DIR: Frank Tashlin SUMMARY: A masterfully slow-paced, character-based take on the standard cat vs bird setup. WHY IT'S HERE: Frank Tashlin's 'Puss 'n' Booty' is perhaps the great underrated director's most perfect cartoon. The last black and white Looney Tune, 'Puss 'n' Booty' opens with a fairly standard setup that you might expect to see in a Tweety and Sylvester cartoon. What separates it from that repetitive series is this cartoon's refusal to just cut straight to the easy gags. Instead"

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