The half-blind Sir Blur, who is both knight and mailman, torments a blacksmith with his bumbling.

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The half-blind Sir Blur, who is both knight and mailman, torments a blacksmith with his bumbling.

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January 1967 (USA)  »

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The Blacksheep Blacksmith has a character similar to Mr. Magoo with none of his charms
15 April 2010 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

This was my first time watching a Paramount cartoon from the late '60s that starred a character named Sir Blur. He seemed to be the studio's version of UPA's Mr. Magoo what with several gags based on Blur's nearsightedness. I have to admit that as a kid, I got tired of the repetition of Magoo's constantly mistaking one thing for another so seeing the same thing happening to Blur did not make me much fonder for many of like gags. Anyway, this animated short has the leading character trying to pay back his way toward a blacksmith's bill. You can probably guess what happens. I sorta did and I really didn't find anything funny here. So on that note, I can't recommend The Blacksheep Blacksmith.


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