The Warner Brothers, Yakko and Wakko, and their sister Dot star in their first theater short. Yakko and Dot are constantly bickering while Wakko is complaining during a car ride with their ... See full summary »

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The Warner Brothers, Yakko and Wakko, and their sister Dot star in their first theater short. Yakko and Dot are constantly bickering while Wakko is complaining during a car ride with their psychiatrist Dr. Otto Scratchansniff. A mostly musical cartoon. Written by Ondre Lombard <olombard@artist-bros.org>

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The master tapes of Yakko and Dot's arguing went on much longer with Rob Paulsen and Tress MacNeille uncharacteristically swearing in character. See more »

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Dot Warner: Hey, watch out!
Yakko Warner: What's the matter?
Dot Warner: You almost knocked me off the ladder!
Yakko Warner: No, I didn't!
Dot Warner: Yes you did; I almost fell!
Yakko Warner: Don't exaggerate.
Dot Warner: I'm not.
Dot Warner: Yeah, right.
Dot Warner: Are you trying to pick a fight?
Yakko Warner: Will you get out of my face?
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26 May 2000 | by (US) – See all my reviews

When this cartoon came out, it was shown along with the wretched movie "Thumbelina". I had one or two friends who went to that movie just to see this cartoon and left soon afterwards. It just shows the drawing power of "Animaniacs". I did not see it in the theater, but when I saw it on TV later, I hoped they would make more "Animaniacs" cartoons for the movies. Sadly, they never did, but they should have. It might have helped boost the numbers for other wretched kiddie flicks.


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