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The Phantom Ship (1936)

Approved  |   |  Animation, Short, Comedy  |  24 February 1936 (USA)
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Uncle Beans and the kids are off to visit a haunted ship ('The Phantom') trapped in the ice, hoping to find pirate treasure. They encounter all manner of ghosts and goblins, but eventually ... See full summary »

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Cast

Uncredited cast:
Tommy Bond ...
Beans (voice) (uncredited)
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Ham and Ex (voice) (uncredited)
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Uncle Beans and the kids are off to visit a haunted ship ('The Phantom') trapped in the ice, hoping to find pirate treasure. They encounter all manner of ghosts and goblins, but eventually find what they've been looking for. When Beans tries to warm up by throwing some chairs in a stove and lighting it, he thaws out a pair of pirates that chase the trio around. They treasure-seekers are eventually forced back into their plane and they decide to fly away. Written by jjwbenso

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When Ham and Ex read the newspaper headline, it starts as "Beans To Search For ...," but when shown in close-up it reads "Beans To Hunt For ..." See more »

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Written by Leonard Whitcup, Walter G. Samuels and Teddy Powell
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Beans Deserves Another Chance
19 October 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

There are two things that make a cartoon character: cuteness and funniness. The characters in this film (Beans, and Ham & Ex) possessed considerable measures in both categories. It's so hard to believe why those three have such a short run in the Looney Tunes series. When some critics give their take on why this is, chances are they'll say it has something to do with personality. I just wonder how some people define the word "personality"? Well, whatever the meaning is, the three aforementioned characters are still worth featuring.

For some reason, WB retired them in favor of Porky. True, his stuttering speech is funny. But at the same time it could be quite a drag in trying to understand what his trying to say. This guy maybe quite hilarious. But when it comes to cuteness, he probably doesn't come close.

The Phantom Ship is an entertaining film. It does feature sufficient thrill and humor.


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