Droopy and the wolf compete in a bullfight; the winner can get anything they want from all of Mexico. Both are inspired by the photo of Lina Romay on the cover of a magazine. The bull at first finds Droopy laughable. Of course, the bullfight is anything but boring and traditional. Written by
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When Droopy is crying near the end, and looks at the magazine, the bull draws a mustache and beard on Lina Romay's picture, but after winning the bullfight and shows the picture to the announcer, the mustache and beard are gone. See more »
[looking at a picture of Lina Romay]
You know what? She's my girl. I wish I knew her.
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Have you ever noticed that most Droopy cartoons are eerily similar? Droopy and the Wolf are battling in a sports event. The prize is a lovely lady, or a date with a lady, or a kiss from a lady, or some such thing like that. If Droopy wins, the lady turns out to be even more fabulous than we had been previously shown. If the Wolf wins, there's something horribly wrong with her that had been hidden before. This cartoon fits the pattern perfectly. This time the contest is a bullfight, and the lovely lady is Lina Romay. But in spite of the predictability, the cartoon is good overall, with good animation and cute physical humor.
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