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Pop 'im Pop! (1950)

A circus comes to town featuring Gracie the Fighting Kangaroo and her youngster, Hippety Hopper. Hippety slips out of the circus tent and hops into a yard where Sylvester Cat is bragging to... See full summary »

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Sylvester / Sylvester Jr. / Carny Barker / Stage Manager / Puppy (voice)
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A circus comes to town featuring Gracie the Fighting Kangaroo and her youngster, Hippety Hopper. Hippety slips out of the circus tent and hops into a yard where Sylvester Cat is bragging to his son, Junior, about how good a mouser he used to be. To prove he still has his mettle, Sylvester must fight against the playful Hippety, whom they, as usual, mistake for a giant mouse. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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28 October 1950 (USA)  »

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A tal padre, tal hijo  »

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It's that big mouse again ...
16 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

Sylvester the cat boasts to his son, a kitten replica of his dad, of what a great mouser he is and about how he can deal with any mouse, however large.

Cue Hippety Hopper, a baby kangaroo, or, as Sylvester assumes, a rather large mouse! Our cat friend then starts to embarrass his son with attempts to subdue the mouse with ever more inept attempts to fight him, hence the title 'Pop 'im, Pop!' representing some encouragement from Sylvester Junior.

It is funny, but the same storyline would be resurrected time after time. You'd think the cat would have got wise to the trick - the audience certainly have. However, as standalone cartoons, any of the Hippety Hopper ones are entertaining.


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