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Crockett-Doodle-Do (1960)

Foghorn Leghorn decides to take an egghead genius chick out to the woods to distract him from his long-haired atomic science books and teach him about such practical things as scouting and ... See full summary »

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Foghorn Leghorn decides to take an egghead genius chick out to the woods to distract him from his long-haired atomic science books and teach him about such practical things as scouting and woodcraft, but finds that the kid is more knowledgeable than he in these matters. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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According to the cue sheet at Belgian Society of Authors, Composers, and Publishers, eight original music cues by Milt Franklyn were also used in this cartoon: "Hunting Animals", "Doodle Doo", "Racing to Town", "Hurry it Up", "Seeing Double", "Last Straw", "Crockett", and "Making Merry". It is unknown which sections they play in, however. See more »

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Forrest Chump
18 February 2004 | by (Rijswijk, ZH, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

In order to really get into character for `Crockett-Doodle-Doo', Foghorn takes to wearing a Davy Crockett raccoon-tail hat for almost the entire film. Having decided to go tramping through the woods, Foggy encounters Egghead Jr. reading ‘Basic Research in the physical sciences' (by prof. Newt Ronn) and decides that a young boy like that should not spend his days reading such long haired gobbledegook. He should know better than to try and teach Egghead Jr. anything.

Foghorn has the only speaking part in this cartoon and he certainly makes the most of it (his Indian raindance being especially inspired). He teaches us how to light a fire in the woods, to create a duckwhistle and all about communicating by smoke signals. But Egghead knows better and improves upon his lesions each and every time.

The old Leghorner comes off a lot more lovable as a pushy father figure than as the violent prankster he usually portrays. At least this time he is not out to hurt anyone on purpose. The gag with the trap where ‘the principle is all wrong' from `Henhouse Henery' (1949) resurfaces and naturally Egghead Jr. takes it a step further by making use of some strategicly placed forces of nature. So the moral of the story is: Read a book!

6 out of 10


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