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Feather Bluster (1958)

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Geriatrics Foghorn Leghorn and the barnyard dog recount their years of violent, mutual heckling, unaware that outside the window of their house, their impressionable grandsons have ... See full summary »

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Geriatrics Foghorn Leghorn and the barnyard dog recount their years of violent, mutual heckling, unaware that outside the window of their house, their impressionable grandsons have overheard the stories of their antics and intend to follow suit. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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The first Tiny Toon Adventure
18 February 2004 | by (Rijswijk, ZH, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

It's a look into the future with the grandchildren of Foghorn Leghorn and Barnyard Dog stepping into the footsteps of their elders. Judging from the old rooster's broken leg, the pair of old age pensioners still seem to be at it as well. That might have been funny to see, but instead we are only treated to old clips as the pair of them reminisce about their old ‘rousting games'.

Cue some sequences from `Hen House Henery' (1949), `All Fowled Up'(1955) and `The High and the Flighty' (1956). Most of these get newly animated bookends (for instance Daffy Duck is removed from the `High and the Flighty' gag). But the new bits don't quite match up, as Foggy has changed his appearance somewhat (in the earlier flicks, he had less on top and more around the waist).

One has to wonder if they could not have chosen some funnier stuff from all the previous entries in this series. Especially the last clip is a letdown, chosen mainly to be easily recreated by the younger versions. It must be said that the designs for the two grandchildren are much cuter than their counterparts on 'Tiny Toon Adventures' three decades later. Shame they were wasted in this typical episode of ‘Family Ties'.

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