A magician is spurned by an opera singer, and takes a spectacular revenge by replacing the conductor and turning the hapless tenor into one thing after another. And watch out for the hair ... See full summary »
Droopy and the wolf compete in a bullfight; the winner can get anything they want from all of Mexico. Both are inspired by the photo of Lina Romay on the cover of a magazine. The bull at first finds Droopy laughable. Of course, the bullfight is anything but boring and traditional.Written by
Jon Reeves <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The working title for this cartoon was "The Bull Fight". See more »
The Wolf picks up the magazine with Lina Romay's picture with one hand, but on the close-up of the cover he is holding it with both hands. See more »
Ladies and gentleman, I give you, the greatest bullfighter in all Mexico!
[the Wolf steps out into the bullring]
And the little shrimp challenger, Señor Droopy from Guadalupe.
[Droopy steps out into the ring]
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This short is a very good Tex Avery Droopy. Droopy is the cartoon "Everyman" who somehow manages to come out on top whatever the odds are or the forces arrayed against him. Tex Avery's principal continuing character while at MGM, I wouldn't be at all surprised if Droopy was the character appearing in the most Tex Avery shorts of any continuing character Avery ever worked with. Given the characters he worked with at Warner Brothers, that's saying something! Good to see that it's in print. Well worth seeing. Recommended, particularly for Lina Romay *sigh*
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