Frisky Puppy's sudden barking and playful antics send Claude Cat on wild rides through their house, down the chimney, in and out of faucets, out the door, and eventually diving into an empty swimming pool.

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Frisky Puppy's sudden barking and playful antics send Claude Cat on wild rides through their house, down the chimney, in and out of faucets, out the door, and eventually diving into an empty swimming pool.

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29 November 1952 (USA)  »

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Followed by No Barking (1954) See more »

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Der Deitcher's Dog (Oh Where, Oh Where, Has My Little Dog Gone)
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Music from German folk song
Played briefly when Frisky's bowl is first shown
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You really can't blame Claude too much in this one!
18 November 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Claude the Cat appeared in a couple classic Hubie & Bert cartoons. However, here his nemesis is Frisky the dog--a most annoying little dog. What makes him so annoying? Well, he's completely brainless and spends all his time hysterically barking--and driving poor Claude absolutely batty. Again and again, for no reason whatsoever, Frisky's insane barking causes Claude to jump on the ceiling or what have you. And so, eventually Claude resorts to trying to kill the little menace. But, as is the case with these sorts of cartoons, the evil doggy only seems to get the best of poor Claude again and again and again. It's all very sadistic...and funny. Not among the very best of the Looney Tunes cartoons--but awfully good.


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