A jailhouse, a tempting safe... and a sleeping sheriff. Can the two villains make off with the loot without waking him up? Not if deputy Droopy has his way. Much of this cartoon is a remake... See full summary »
This starts off as an adaptation of Robert Service's poem 'The Shooting of Dan McGrew', complete with a literal depiction of a man with one foot in the grave, but when Dan McGoo turns out ... See full summary »
Droopy and his identical twin brother Drippy are assigned to look after a house, and are told to deal violently with strangers. But Droopy takes pity on his friend Spike, and agrees to put ... See full summary »
Droopy is a sheepherder and his sheep can eat grass like no one else, like locusts swarming all over. However, they cross over to cattle country where a sign says, "Sheep keep out: this means ewe!" Then we see a humongous cattle ranch: "The Bear Butte Ranch." (The writers of these '40s and '50s cartoons just loved to put their puns and play-on-words gags on signs.)
It's there that we encounter one of Droopy's main foes in his cartoons: the wolf. He owns the ranch and, of course, doesn't want all these sheep coming and and eating his grass
The shooting contest between the two adversaries was fun; the western scenery was beautifully drawn; the gunfight between the two outside the city was very funny with clever gags and the highlight of the cartoon
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