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Little Pest (1931)

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Scrappy and his dog start out for a fishing trip, but Oopie keeps tagging along, no matter how many times he's chased off. Finally believing he's left, they arrive at their spot at the lake... See full summary »

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Scrappy and his dog start out for a fishing trip, but Oopie keeps tagging along, no matter how many times he's chased off. Finally believing he's left, they arrive at their spot at the lake, to find Oopie's beat them to it. From there they each try to out-fish each other, though the ornery fish seem to outsmart them most of the time. Written by WesternOne

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22 August 1931 (USA)  »

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31 October 2009 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Fair warning first: I am not a fan of this series, which seems aimed not so much at small children, but at adults who imagine that small children are cute little darlings. While occasionally this series did turn out good entries (SUNDAY CLOTHES, from the same year and director, is pretty good for the first five minutes), the writing of this series called for each gag to top the last, and when the quality of one joke falls behind, the entire short never recovers.

This one starts fairly annoyingly as Scrappy and his dog are going off fishing, to be pursued by the even littler kid. Scrappy finally dissuades him, and this is done in a more or less realistic style, completely at odds with the style of drawing. Once, however, he reaches the fishing spot. we get treated to a series of cartoonish gags which seem utterly disconnected from the gags in the first half.

For fans of the series and completists only.


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