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Credited cast:
Eva McKenzie
Ida Mae McKenzie
Snooky ...
Hap Ward


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Short | Comedy




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6 February 1921 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Snooky Goes to the Dogs
16 July 2010 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Before I begin this review I should give you fair warning: I do not like the sort of movie in which animals are pushed into costume, White & Meyers' DOGVILLE series from MGM fills me with almost as much horror, watching the dogs being mistreated, as does a typical episode of a White-directed THREE STOOGES.

That said, and if you like the sort of movie in which chimpanzees are told to act as if they are human -- usually this involves smoking cigarettes -- then this is a pretty good Snooky. He doesn't walk around talking to small children. Instead he spends his time helping some dogs escape from the dog catcher, a sort of proto-Dippy Doo Dads. The gag construction is rather slow, probably because you're supposed to be laughing at a dog wearing glasses and smoking a pipe. But there is a plot that makes sense once you accept the premises.

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