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The fox and crow are sharing grapes while the crow reads a book about a similar fox and crow sharing grapes who eventually fought it out for the last one. What a coincidence... at that ... See full summary »

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The fox and crow are sharing grapes while the crow reads a book about a similar fox and crow sharing grapes who eventually fought it out for the last one. What a coincidence... at that moment, there is only one grape left. Both try to pretend they don't want it but each secretly tries to make off with the last grape first. They try using a fishing rod only to hook each other. The crow sneaks across in a pair of underwear but is discovered by the fox. The crow tries sleepwalking but is again discovered. After feuding with each other through the phone, they attack each other and a free-for-all ensues. Finally, the crow decides this sparring isn't worth it and insists the fox can have the last grape. The fox, now equally courteous, offers it to the crow who doesn't want it. At this point, the feuding begins anew. Written by Matt Yorston <george.y@.ns.sympatico.ca>

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Grape Nutty was a funny enough last Screen Gems cartoon for the Fox and Crow
19 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

The first Fox and Crow cartoon at Screen Gems was called The Fox and the Grapes in which the Fox keeps trying to get the fruit I mentioned that the Crow was dangling in front of him. In this last one for them made by the studio, the two are reading that tale and laugh it off that they'd fight over such a thing. But when the last grape on the plate they shared is the only one left, well...you can only guess how things go from there! I'll just now say that I found plenty to laugh at here especially when they're calling each other on the phone doing things to each other by such communication only possible in cartoons. So on that note, I recommend Grape Nutty. P.S. While this was their last Screen Gems short, they'd appear in three more by UPA before that studio created Mr. Magoo who became so popular that their distributor, Columbia, allowed them to ignore the Fox and Crow after that. Those two, however, still had some 18 more years of the spotlight being showcased in Real Screen Comics not to mention their own titled publication, courtesy of DC Comics...


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