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Toy Trouble (1941)

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Sniffles the mouse and his friend the Bookworm try to evade a cat in a the toy department of Lacy's department store.


(as Charles M. Jones)


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Uncredited cast:
Margaret Hill-Talbot ...
Sniffles (voice) (uncredited)


Sniffles the mouse and his friend the Bookworm try to evade a cat in a the toy department of Lacy's department store.

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12 April 1941 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Porky Pig makes a cameo appearance, of a sort. Sniffles the Mouse hides among a set of squeaky dolls that are all replicas of Porky Pig. See more »


Lullaby of Broadway
Music by Harry Warren
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cute but kind of annoying
14 June 2006 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This is a very cute cartoon starring Sniffles and his friend the inchworm. However, despite excellent production values, I have a hard time enjoying this cartoon because the character of Sniffles is so gosh darn annoying! In fact, he is one of the most cloying and sickeningly sweet characters ever created by Looney Tunes. I think most of this is because of his cutesy-cutesy voice, but also because they tried so hard to make him sweet and likable that the character became saccharine and difficult to stomach. My advice is to skip this and all other Sniffles cartoons and concentrate on the later and much better Warner Brothers characters, such as Bugs Bunny.

By the way, although I saw a lot of Sniffles cartoons as a kid back in the early 70s, I have noticed that they are rarely shown on TV today--maybe people have wised up!

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