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Ready, Woolen and Able (1960)

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A hungry Ralph Wolf wants to swipe and eat some of the sheep in Sam Sheepdog's flock. Not only does Sam foil all of Ralph's schemes, but he turns up everywhere Ralph goes, even on a nearby ... See full summary »

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A hungry Ralph Wolf wants to swipe and eat some of the sheep in Sam Sheepdog's flock. Not only does Sam foil all of Ralph's schemes, but he turns up everywhere Ralph goes, even on a nearby beach and inside a whale's mouth! Ralph goes bonkers and has to be driven away in a straight jacket. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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Follows Sheep Ahoy (1954) See more »

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In My Merry Oldsmobile
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Music by Gus Edwards
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Poor Ralph!

This is another short featuring Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf, one of Chuck Jones's more interesting short series. I personally prefer these (slightly) to Marvin the Martian and the Tasmanian Devil. In this particular one, there's a beautiful running gag and the ending is marvelous! My heart goes out to poor, who really needs to take a vacation! Glad to see it's in print. Most recommended.


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