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Uncredited cast:
Billy Bletcher ...
Wolf Bandit (voice) (uncredited)


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30 April 1942 (USA)  »

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Wild and Woozy West is another funny Columbia cartoon
12 June 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Wild and Woozy West is another of the unsung cartoons from the Columbia studio of the '40s. It concerns the capture of the western wolf villain Angel Face, wanted dead or alive (perferrably dead). Among his list of crimes is "using naughty words". The setting is Pivot Point, pop. 502. After Angel arrives, however, that would change to 112...I'll just stop right there and mention there are plenty of other visual gags that I don't think I've seen in other cartoons of the period like when the wolf leaves the sheriff's office the wooden door falls down, nails, wood, and all. When the sheriff escapes being locked in his safe and comes outside to find the wolf, the destroyed door comes back together the reverse way it fell apart! So on that note, anyone seeking these obscure Columbia cartoons can find many of them on YouTube. And Wild and Woozy West is worth seeking out if you do!

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