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Señorella and the Glass Huarache (1964)

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In a Mexican restaurant, a man named Jose tells to his friend, Manuel, the story of Senorella, a Mexican version of Cinderella. Senorella's dream of liberation from her slavish existence ... See full summary »

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In a Mexican restaurant, a man named Jose tells to his friend, Manuel, the story of Senorella, a Mexican version of Cinderella. Senorella's dream of liberation from her slavish existence under the yoke of her wicked "Strap-mother" and "Strap-seesters", comes true after her fairy godmother grants her a night as a ravishing beauty at the fiesta at a bullfighter's father's estate. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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This is the last Looney Tune. The studio closed before the cartoon came out. The DePatie-Freleng Entreprises took over the studio shortly after it closed and made some more cartoons featuring some Looney Tunes characters including Speedy Gonzales, Daffy Duck and Road Runner, but by most, this is considered the end. See more »

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Featured in Behind the Tunes: Once Upon a Looney Tune (2007) See more »

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Mexican Hat Dance (El jarabe tapatío)
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A 'Modern' Cartoon In The Looney Tunes Golden Collection
8 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A Mexican version of the famous "Cinderella And The Glass Slipper" story? Yup, that's what you get here in this modern-day Looney Tunes cartoon. I say "modern day" because I don't recall seeing any cartoons in the LT Golden Collection DVDs made as late as 1964. I have seen all the collections but Volume Four, and can't recall any of the '60s.

The opening graphics are so different than the '40s and '50s it was almost a shock to see. The artwork was good, though: very colorful and done well in a new style for Looney Tunes.

The story would probably be censored by Politically-Correct Police of today as it uses names for Mexicans such as "Sarsaparilla, Tabasco," and other phrases; anything that sounds Spanish and the accents are a bit exaggerated. (I'm not on PC side unless it is overtly racist or mean-spirited to any group.) This has a nice side; it's not trying to demean Hispanics but by today's standards, it comes across as a bit condescending in spots. Not every Mexican is a bullfighter, or wears a sombrero everywhere, or can't spell or brutalizes the English language, etc.

Anyway, the humor is "fair," nothing super but not bad. I liked the colorful and modern artwork, and the faces and "latest dresses from Madrid" of the women, were a lot of fun to watch. This was a hoot for the eyes, even if the jokes were a little too corny to laugh.


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