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A Hick a Slick and a Chick (1948)

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A mouse named Elmo, who's a bit of a yokel, goes to beautiful Daisy Lou to woo her. However, he finds her with the slick Blackie.



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Complete credited cast:
Elmo the Mouse / Herman / Blackie (voice)


In this cartoon love triangle, a mouse named Daisy Lou has two suitors. One, Elmo, is a modest, scrawny, country mouse with yokel speech and mannerisms, while the other, Blackie, is a smug, suave, muscular sophisticate. When Blackie appears to have won Daisy Lou's affections with a mink stole, Elmo promises to obtain an ermine coat for her. He returns with a fur coat, which he presents to a grateful and adoring Daisy Lou. The fur is from a cat named Herman, whom Elmo thought was ermine and led on a chase around a table, which knocked Herman unconscious so that Elmo could remove a coat-shaped patch of fur. Written by Kevin McCorry <>

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27 December 1948 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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Featured in Up in Smoke (1978) See more »


Rural Rhythm
Music by Frank Weldon and Dick Sanford
Lyrics by James Cavanaugh
Played during the opening credits
Sung and played during the opening sequence with Elmo
Also played during the drunken Elmo sequence
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I got ideas
20 March 2010 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

One of Arthur Davis's few cartoons as a director (Warner Bros. couldn't afford to keep four animation units opened, so they closed his) features a yokel mouse going to see his sweetheart, only to find her with a suaver mouse. The suaver mouse seems to be prepared for anything. But what about ermine? Obviously the male-female relationships are a little dated, but I think that if a cartoon makes you laugh, then it's a good one. As it was, "A Hick a Slick and a Chick" appeared in Cheech and Chong's "Up in Smoke". Interesting how these things turn out.

Anyway, worth seeing, if only once. Just don't get any ideas.

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