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Give and Tyke (1957)

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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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Spike / 2nd Dog / Dogcatcher (voice) (uncredited)
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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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Tom and Jerry, without Tom and Jerry
18 January 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Instead it is Spike and Tyke in a cartoon that was intended to be a spin-off or part of one. And it is a pretty good cartoon actually. Sure the story is routine, and I found the animation quality inconsistent, it is certainly colourful but some of the background art detail and character designs seemed rough around the edges to me. The music however is great, with beautiful orchestration and upbeat rhythms. There is some humorous writing while the gags, involving the dogcatcher and the lengths Spike and the other dog goes to get the collar from one another, are plentiful and cleverly timed, making up for somewhat the lack of originality and the fact that some of it is not that much of a surprise. There is even a touching bit towards the end between Spike and Tyke, that turns into an originally noble then crafty action on the other dog's part. I loved the characters, Tyke is very cute while Spike is true to character, firm and caring if not as easily fooled as he was in his outings with Tom and Jerry. The dogcatcher is an amusing character and feels more than just a plot device, but the scene stealer is the second dog, who looks strongly like Disney's Pluto but with a hat. If there was a contender for the best asset of Give and Tyke, it is the voice work of Daws Butler, which was terrific. He has so much energy and sly delivery while maintaining that distinctive voice that he brought to Yogi Bear(he actually sounds very like him here as the second dog). In conclusion, pretty good. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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