The city is rounding up all unlicensed dogs. Spike has a license. So does Tyke. An unlicensed stray steals Tyke's license; Tyke gets collared and the chase is on.

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The city is rounding up all unlicensed dogs. Spike has a license. So does Tyke. An unlicensed stray steals Tyke's license; Tyke gets collared and the chase is on.

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29 March 1957 (USA)  »

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Every time I see this one, I wonder if Art Carney ever saw this one.
11 September 2003 | by (Tucson AZ) – See all my reviews

This cartoon has Spike and Tyke of Tom and Jerry fame, without said cat or mouse. Sort of giving the supporting players a shot at the brass ring, as it were. Their problem child here is a dog clearly modeled after the pre-eminent second banana, the Ed Norton character from the show The Honeymooners. I half expect the words, "Ralphie boy" to glide through the air, a punch line in search of a set up (or vice versa). A great short, with gags aplenty. Good script and great voicework by Butler highlight this one. Well worth looking out for. Most recommended.


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