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Fair and Worm-er (1946)

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One long chase: worm chases apple; bird chases worm; cat chases bird; dog chases cat; dogcatcher chases dog; dogcatcher's wife chases dogcatcher; mouse chases dogcatcher's wife. With occasional interruptions by a skunk.

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One long chase: worm chases apple; bird chases worm; cat chases bird; dog chases cat; dogcatcher chases dog; dogcatcher's wife chases dogcatcher; mouse chases dogcatcher's wife. With occasional interruptions by a skunk.

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28 September 1946 (USA)  »

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Amusing but average
30 September 2003 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The whole spectrum of life involves the food chain or hierarchy of species. Worms get eaten by birds, birds get eaten by cats, cats get chased by dogs and the dog is hunted by the man from the pound. When the animals realise this chain they decide that to support the pursuer of their pursuer is to give themselves a better shot.

Despite a lack of nay discernible plot, this chase cartoon is quite funny and also features an early appearance from a character who would later become Pepe the skunk. The plot involves the various levels in the food chain realising that they need to help out those above their predator to avoid being prey themselves. Cue some funny chases and falls as well as the usual stuff.

The characters aren't imaginative or anything new – the film only wants to have the animal hierarchy fully in place. Even the human characters are just stereotypes (the battered husband and the domineering wife) who do what they are required to do in the film.

Overall this is fairly amusing but I was surprised how little impact it made in my memory – even as I write this I would struggle to point out anything in it that made it stand out or made it any better than the average cartoon of the period.


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