The story of dogs and cats playing each other at football. Includes sing-a-longs of various college fight songs.

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(as I. Sparber)

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(story adaptation) (as I. Klein), (story adaptation)
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Ward Wilson ...
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The football teams from Canine College and Alley Cat College are playing in their annual Milk Bowl game. A dachshund (dash-hound) makes a long run for a touchdown, and the Cat's quarterback tosses a pass for a score, and the game is tied at halftime. While the teams are resting, a follow-the-bouncing ball audience participation singalong breaks out, and the famous fight songs from several real American colleges are played. (Those songs didn't include "Buckle Down, Winsocki" which would have been a natural even if Winsoki was fictional.) The second half remains tied until the Canines use mechanical mice to confuse the Cats, and then use a backfield shift that converts to a steamroller, and they steam-roll their way down the field to the winning score. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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college | cat | song | canine | quarterback | See All (49) »

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Animation | Short

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27 September 1946 (USA)  »

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Music by Charles A. Zimmerman, lyrics by Alfred Hart Milesand R. Lovell George D. Lottman
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