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Snowman's Land (1939)

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In the Canadian north, a little Mountie runs afoul of the dread outlaw, Dirty Pierre

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Head Mountie / Dirty Pierre (voice) (uncredited)
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Little Mountie (voice) (uncredited)
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In the Canadian north, a little Mountie runs afoul of the dread outlaw, Dirty Pierre

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29 July 1939 (USA)  »

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Song of the Mounted Police
Music by M.K. Jerome
Lyrics by Jack Scholl
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A foreshadowing of things to come
7 February 2003 | by (Milwaukee WI USA) – See all my reviews

Snowman's land is close to being a prequel of Conrad the Sailor (1942). The setting and gags are different, but the relationship between the Mountie and Dirty Pierre and that between Daffy Duck and Conrad Cat are virtually identical. This shouldn't be surprising, since the principals in both films are identical: Jones directing, Monahan writing, Blanc voicing the adversary and Colvig voicing the dupe. This doesn't mean that this pair of films are bad; they do show a definite refinement of technique in Jones' use of characters in the three intervening years.


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