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School Days (I) (1932)

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The Dog Is A Howl
24 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I love the dog in this cartoon. The mutt provides almost all the laughs in this Flip The Frog animated short.

Flip is back in his school days, on his way to the old one-room school house. You know the story: his pet dog wants to follow his master. The poor dog even has a turnstile in the middle of front year's picket fence, apparently to help prevent him from getting out. However, this is a very smart dog and he finds a way.

Flip looks back and sees his dog running up to him, so he ties the canine to a tractor, hoping that will keep him from following. Later, we see how the dog gets around this.

After a few so-so school scenes, which are mainly a few minutes of music with Flip playing the piano, the kids singing and the old schoolmarm dancing, the dog makes his appearance. Then a skunk also shows up! Chaos ensues! This cartoon gets funnier and funnier as it goes along and the skunk jokes are hilarious. He and Flip's dog make a funny twosome.

Highly recommended.


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