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Dig That Dog (1954)

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The story of Percy P. Pettipoint who purchases a much-desired great dane named Cuddles. He instructs Cuddles to bury his scraps in the back yard. Cuddles is a fast learner and obeys but, ... See full summary »

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The story of Percy P. Pettipoint who purchases a much-desired great dane named Cuddles. He instructs Cuddles to bury his scraps in the back yard. Cuddles is a fast learner and obeys but, unfortunately, he carries it a little too far and eventually starts burying everything in the back yard including the refrigerator, the TV set, the bathtub (with him in it), and the mailman! Finally, when Cuddles buries Pettipoint's house, the man decides to get rid of the mutt...easier said than done. Written by Matt Yorston <george.y@ns.sympatico.ca>

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A dog, a b/w projector, the moon...
20 December 2004 | by (Mexico City) – See all my reviews

I first saw this cartoon a long time ago... I must have been 1 or 2 years old. I was always amazed at my grandfather's 8mm projector. He used to own this cartoon.

Last time I saw it, I guess I was about 4. The story, a simple Walter Lantz cartoon, was about a dog that used to bury everything in its sight. But the thing I remember the most, an image that I'll possibly never forget, was the dog burying... well, the moon on the owner's yard.

The thing is, I guess the cartoon was meant to be funny. But I always had the impression the dog had somehow buried the moon on itself, something my parents never seemed to make clear. So it was quite a scary thing for me to even think about.

I found the 8mm reel yesterday... I need to watch this one again. :)


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