The Two Curious Puppies chase after a bone in the snow-bound wilderness, contending with dam-building beavers and treacherous thin ice.

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The Two Curious Puppies chase after a bone in the snow-bound wilderness, contending with dam-building beavers and treacherous thin ice.

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30 August 1941 (USA)  »

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Merrie Melodies: Snow Time for Comedy  »

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Follows Porky's Hare Hunt (1938) See more »

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Keep Cool, Fool
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Written by Josef Myrow and James P. Johnson
Played when the little dog is balancing on the ice
Also played when he retreats from the crack in the ice
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Title fits, 'cause it's not that funny.
10 May 1999 | by (Denver, CO) – See all my reviews

I've never cared much for the Warner Brothers shorts featuring the two curious dogs. This is probably one of the stronger shorts in that series. The two dogs have to contend with various winter obstacles while in pursuit of a bone. It has some chuckles but is a long way from being hilarious. Don't worry, that annoying running gag with the beaver actually has a pretty good pay off.


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