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The two foolish little pigs think crying "wolf" on their brother is great sport. Then the real wolf comes around, with his three little wolves. He dresses as Little Bo Peep, with his sons as the sheep, and they lure the pigs into the wolf den. This time, when the pigs blow the wolf alert horn, their brother ignores it. But they get the wolf to demonstrate his lung power with the horn, and their brother comes running to demonstrate his wolf pacifier. Written by
Jon Reeves <email@example.com>
The third Three Little Pigs cartoon short from Disney, following the Academy Award-winning Three Little Pigs and the enjoyable Big Bad Wolf. This one introduces the Wolf's three sons (the three little wolves of the title). They're kind of irritating but it is fun to watch them be brats to their father. Anyway, once again Practical Pig (the one who built the brick house in the first cartoon and warned his brothers about entering the woods in the second) is having to deal with his stupid brothers, Fifer and Fiddler. This time they're playing pranks on Practical and sounding the wolf alarm. He warns them about "crying wolf" and they just scoff. Of course, they live to regret this when the wolf and his sons show up. The animation is colorful and fluid. The voice work is great and the score by Frank Churchill is exciting. It's a fun cartoon; about as good as the second short in the series but not on the level of the first. Once again the highlight is the wolf in drag, this time as Little Bo Peep.
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