The title character comes to town, complete with portable boxing ring. He grabs a local chicken and dances with her, inspiring several other barnyard animals to dance. But her rooster takes...
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The title character comes to town, complete with portable boxing ring. He grabs a local chicken and dances with her, inspiring several other barnyard animals to dance. But her rooster takes offense, and enters the ring to do battle. Written by
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This is a fantastic Silly Symphony short. The Cock O' the Walk comes into town and woos a chicken away from another rooster, which of course leads to a fight. The mid sections of this film are the most enjoyable as we witness a gigantic Hollywood musical production number performed entirely by poultry. The fight sequence is also a fantastic piece of colorful animation. A truly wonderful short!
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