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Red Riding Hood (1931)

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Some "jazz tonic" restores Grandma's youth. When the Big Bad Wolf pays a visit, he and Grandma decide to marry on the spot; but Little Red Riding Hood finds a way to stop the wedding.

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Some "jazz tonic" restores Grandma's youth. When the Big Bad Wolf pays a visit, he and Grandma decide to marry on the spot; but Little Red Riding Hood finds a way to stop the wedding.

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18 January 1931 (USA)  »

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Caperucita roja  »

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[first lines]
The Big Bad Wolf: Ah, where are you going?
Little Red Riding Hood: To Grandma's.
The Big Bad Wolf: Ah-ha!
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Insane pre code cartoon
20 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This take on the classic fairy tale doesn't have so much to do with Red as it does with the Wolf and Grandma. Sickly Grandma's administered some "jazz tonic" which makes her feel, look, and act like a young woman. The Wolf shows up to eat her, but after taking a good look at her gyrating hips, he decides to marry her instead. The twist at the end is crazy and I won't dare spoil it for you.

This sort of cartoon proves that animation wasn't seen as mere children's entertainment back in the day. Packed with innuendo, this is certainly adult fare. The animation isn't spectacular or slick, but there are a few nice bits here and there. Not an essential, but lots of fun for animation historians and geeks.


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