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Moonlight for Two (1932)

Passed  -  Animation | Short | Comedy  -  11 June 1932 (USA)
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Two courting hillbilly dogs go to the big barn dance.

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Two dogs, courting, go to a dance. On the way, they ride a buckboard that crashes and becomes a wheelbarrow. At the dance, a bear with a shotgun causes trouble, but with some help from a walking stove, our hero fends him off. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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[first lines]
Gal: Yoo-hoo!
Lanky Dog: Howdy, gal!
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She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain
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Moonlight for Two is a highly amusing early Merrie Melodies cartoon
4 June 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Moonlight for Two is a Merrie Melodies cartoon from Hugh Harmon-Rudolf Ising Productions in association with Leon Schlesinger and distributed by Warner Bros. In this one, a hillbilly dog couple come to a dance while singing the title song. Many hilarious gags involving hillbilly stereotypes like the one of the sock still dancing while the musician takes it off his foot! My favorite ones involve a dancing stove who later saves the hero's life when a shotgun-shootin' bear disrupts the dance. Loved the hero using the stove to shoot the bear back! Highly amusing and well worth seeing for any animation fan of early Warner Bros. So long, folks!


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