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Pluto's Heart Throb (1950)

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Pluto falls for Dinah the dachshund; so does Butch. She strings both along, until Pluto very sweetly gives her a bone. But Butch won't let her go, and keeps horning in, much to her annoyance.

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Pluto falls for Dinah the dachshund; so does Butch. She strings both along, until Pluto very sweetly gives her a bone. But Butch won't let her go, and keeps horning in, much to her annoyance.

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Amusing but no more
1 September 2003 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Pluto is in love with a young poodle and hangs around her like, well, a dog in heat. Unfortunately a larger dog also likes her and shares her affection. The two dogs are played off against each other in a battle of the heart.

Although it perhaps says too much about the amount of spare time I have, I couldn't help but see beyond the main plot here and felt that the film let the guilty party get away without any consequences. I refer to the female dog of the film – the plot ignores the fact that she is causing all the trouble by swinging back and forth in terms of who she favours. She is clearly enjoying playing them off against each other and the two men just seem to be blaming each other! (The lady is a tramp?!)

Outside of this the action is pretty standard fare with falls and hits aplenty. It was amusing but there wasn't anything that stood out as inspired or really funny. I would still say it is worth a look though as it is amusing to see the two dogs fight while the b*tch (literally – no offence intended!) plays them off on one another.

Overall an amusing short but only the female player really stuck in my mind!


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