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Pluto's Heart Throb (1950)

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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6 January 1950 (USA)  »

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Les Amours de Pluto  »

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Loved the voice acting for the animals.
7 June 2017 | by See all my reviews

This is a pretty funny Pluto cartoon, where he falls for Dinah the dachshund. However, Pluto's adversary, Butch, also is interested in Dinah as well, so, Dinah lets the two dogs duke if out for her affection. What results are some hilarious back and forth tricks and misses between Pluto and Butch. I especially liked the human sounds coming from the animals' voice actors. Butch turning Pluto into a fountain was probably the funniest sight in the cartoon, I think.

Great animation and some nice laughter in this one.

Grade B


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