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Billy Bletcher ...
Warden / MachineGun Mike / Prisoners (voice) (uncredited)
Jack Carr ...
Buddy (voice) (uncredited)


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24 August 1935 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Available as an extra on the Warner DVD of 'G' Men (1935). See more »


She's a Latin from Manhattan
Music by Harry Warren
Played during the prison scene with the letters
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Easy to See Why It Was the Last
10 April 2012 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Buddy the Gee Man (1935)

** (out of 4)

Looney Tunes short has Buddy working for the government and he goes undercover at Sing Song prison to try and find the bad guys. Actually, I'm not sure what his mission was inside the prison as it's never too clear but that might be due to the fact that this turned out to be the final Buddy film so perhaps those involved just weren't trying to be too creative. Overall this is a pretty bland short that doesn't have too much going for it. None of the characters are given anything interesting to do and by the time the thing was over it felt as it it had gone on for at least twenty-minutes when it fact it only runs for seven. Overall I'd say the animation was quite nice and I also enjoyed the music score but this here just isn't enough to carry the entire film. With the lack of any good characters it's just really impossible to get caught up in the story and in the end you just can't help but feel it to be very boring.

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