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Two's a Crowd (1950)

Claude Cat is determined to get rid of the mistress's birthday present: a new puppy.

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... John / Frisky Puppy / Claude Cat (voice)
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A man named John has a present for his wife. It's Frisky Puppy, making his first appearance in a Warner Bros. cartoon. But it's bad news for their other pet, the high-strung Claude Cat, who is driven to distraction (and the ceiling) by the puppy's constant yapping. Claude tries to kill Frisky and practically demolishes the house. Written by Paul Penna <tterrace@wco.com>

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My Buddy
Music by Walter Donaldson
Played when the couple tells Claude to take care of the puppy
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Late Warner toon (no reference to Leon Schlesinger) doesn't feature one of the regular characters but instead offers mean Claude Cat who is all set to get rid of the lovable puppy presented to the lady of the house when he hears that he'll be the one sent on his way if they don't get along. Left alone, his stunts all backfire (he finds himself alone in the closet with his about to explode frankfurters etc.) and demolish the house. The out of character last gag weakens what has been a characteristic, pacey series entry but there are enough nice touches like Claude's drop, freeze and spin to land on his feet.


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