A hot-tempered bandit, Pancho Vanilla, robs a Mexican bank and rushes to his hideout to count the loot. Speedy Gonzales, Mexico's fastest mouse, follows Pancho there, intending to return ... See full summary »

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A hot-tempered bandit, Pancho Vanilla, robs a Mexican bank and rushes to his hideout to count the loot. Speedy Gonzales, Mexico's fastest mouse, follows Pancho there, intending to return the money to the bank. He challenges Pancho to a duel and then speeds past him again and again, bringing every cent of the money back to the bank and causing a flustered and enraged Pancho to shoot himself in the feet. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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24 October 1964 (USA)  »

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The title appears to be a pun on that of "Hernando's Hideaway", a popular show tune in the tango style. See more »

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Pancho's Hideaway was a good first cartoon from DePatie-Freleng for Warner Bros.
3 April 2017 | by (Baton Rouge, LA) – See all my reviews

After Warner Bros. closed their cartoon studio in 1963, two of it's former employees-director Friz Freleng and producer David DePatie-formed DFE Films and initially used the Warner backlot as their base of operations. This was their first production in partnership with their former employer. Yosemite Sam...uh, Pancho Vanilla has robbed the Mexican bank. Speedy Gonzalas-The Fastest Mouse in All Mexico, has vowed to get all the money back. I'll stop there and just say the explosions are still pretty funny here. The animation, by this period, was a little more limited but there's still good movement here and there. Later on, Freleng and DePatie would create their own characters necessitating a move away from the Warner Bros. studio starting with The Pink Panther. Anyway, I enjoyed Pancho's Hideaway.


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