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A Hick a Slick and a Chick (1948)

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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Elmo the Mouse / Herman / Blackie (voice)
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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 <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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27 December 1948 (USA)  »

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Featured in Up in Smoke (1978) See more »

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Arkansas Traveler
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Music by Sanford Faulkner
Played when Elmo gives Daisy Lou flowers
Variation played when Elmo crosses the street through traffic
Also played when Elmo says he can get ermine
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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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