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The Homeless Pup (1937)




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23 July 1937 (USA)  »

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Life on the Street
15 February 2015 | by See all my reviews

Puddy the Pup wanders the streets of the city, tangles with a bulldog and a dog catcher in this well constructed Terrytoon.

George Gordon is granted sole directorial credit for the first time here and acquits himself well -- although I wasn't as interested as I might have been. The gags time in well and the character designs of movement as as good as can be hoped for. Puddy himself has a good deal of character as a small but friendly dog. Whoever designed the dog catcher seems to have spent a good deal of time at the Fleischer Studio, as he is a fairly extreme type of the squish-and-squash design that the Fleischers favored in the second half of the 1930s; alas, there are still no credited animators.

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