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The Hick Chick (1946)

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In this triangle drama a country chicken chooses between a country rooster and a city rooster.



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Uncredited cast:
Charles (voice) (uncredited)
Clem (voice) (uncredited)
Paul Frees ...
Bull (voice) (uncredited)


Clueless country rooster Clem's plan to marry his sweetheart Daisy are ruined when city slicker Charles sweeps Daisy off her (hen's) feet. When Charles takes Daisy to the big city, Clem follows and tries to win her back (while get punched a lot by Charles). Written by Mike Konczewski

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Release Date:

15 June 1946 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(Western Electric Sound System)



Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Spoofs Algiers (1938) See more »


Sweet and Lovely
Music by Gus Arnheim & Neil Moret
Lyrics by Harry Tobias
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Tex Avery sends up Red Skelton again.
20 November 2002 | by (Tucson AZ) – See all my reviews

Tex Avery apparently liked using Red Skelton, or rather his characters and catchphrases, in his cartoons. In this one, "Lem Kadodlehopper" is Skelton's character, Clem Kadiddlehopper. The expressions, speech patterns, the whole bit. How Skelton felt about this, I don't know, but I suspect he took it in stride. Skelton was a popular source for animators, particularly the routine they borrowed from most, The Mean Widdle Kid. The catchprase, "If I dood it, I'll get a whippin'" is used often, in whole or in part. Actually, being parodied in cartoons is a compliment and an indication of popularity, because animators used things that audiences would easily recognize and enjoy, as an inside joke or a hook to get audiences into the cartoon. This cartoon is loaded with sight gags and has not one, but two, running gags. The one with the steer is more a Tex Avery kind of gag and is funnier, at least to me. The steer is also a typical Tex Avery character and has the best dialogue in the short. Worth watching. Recommended.

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