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Terrier-Stricken (1952)

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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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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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Featured in The Bugs Bunny Show: Episode #1.24 (1961) See more »

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Der Deitcher's Dog (Oh Where, Oh Where, Has My Little Dog Gone)
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Claude without Hubie or Bertie
31 August 2007 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

While Claude the Cat usually sees his lifestyle upset by nasty mice Hubie and Bertie, here he's with one Frisky Puppy, the biggest jerk of all dogs. FP spends much of the cartoon randomly barking, sending Claude flying away in shock. What's with that dog?! Watching "Terrier-Stricken", I at first thought that Frisky Puppy was Charlie (the pooch who always tries to invade Porky Pig's life). I guess that the two are distinct, although one of the major gags in this cartoon seems to have been at least partly borrowed from the Claude-Hubie-Bertie vehicle "Mouse Wreckers".

So, this one's an OK cartoon, not great. A place holder in between the really good ones.


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