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Dog Gone South (1950)

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Ever in search of a master, no matter how unwilling, Charlie winds up on a plantation down South and tries to force himself on the owner, a Confederate Colonel. Unfortunately, the Colonel already has a pet bulldog, "Belvedere."

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Charlie Dog / Colonel / Man kicking Charlie Dog off train / Belvedere (voice)
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Ever in search of a master, no matter how unwilling, Charlie winds up on a plantation down South and tries to force himself on the owner, a Confederate Colonel. Unfortunately, the Colonel already has a pet bulldog, "Belvedere."

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26 August 1950 (USA)  »

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Charlie Dog: You keep out'a this! You an' your 'Southern hospitality'!... and besides, my aunt lives in NORTH Boston - Massatuchetts!
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Referenced in Southern Fried Rabbit (1953) See more »

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Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair
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Music by Stephen Foster
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A way down south in Dixie
20 June 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

If I could pick a favorite Charlie Dog cartoon, this would be it. I love the sequence where Colonel Shuffle is playing his banjo on his front porch singing "Boll my weevil and corn my pone, when you're way down south you're never alone!" Charlie runs up and begins playing "Yankee Doodle," causing Yankee hating Colonel Shuffle to hit him with his banjo. Charlie also faces a problem with Shuffle's bulldog Belvedier.

One thing I cannot understand is why this cartoon is not shown anymore. There are no black people in it like there were in say "Mississippi Hare" (which mind you were portrayed pretty good-naturedly). It seems rather odd that Turner Broadcasting, stationed in the South would refuse to show a Southern cartoon. I suppose it could be possible that the people working for AOL-Time Warner assumed that just because it had the word "South" in the title, that it would feature stereotypical blacks. I feel this a shame because this is the best Charlie Dog cartoon ever made.


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The Colonel's song-full text b-rad
Is this available in its original form, on DVD? b-rad
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