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Baggin' the Dragon (1966)

Honey Halfwitch conjures a cauldron full of monsters while Cousin Maggie is away.

Director:

Howard Post

Writer:

Jack Mendelsohn (story)
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Cast

Uncredited cast:
Bradley Bolke Bradley Bolke ... Dragon / Gnewton Gnome / Stanley (voice) (uncredited)
Shari Lewis ... Honey Halfwitch / Cousin Maggie (voice) (uncredited)
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Storyline

Cousin Maggie leaves Honey Halfwitch alone while she goes to town to buy a monster. Honey gets lonely and longs for a companion. A traveling salesman gives Honey a sample of his wares: a special potion mix that will create a creature for Honey to keep as a pet. Honey meant to add only a pinch of the potion to her cauldron, but accidentally drops the whole box into her brew instead. As Honey tries to return all the monsters to the cauldron, a passing dragon gives her trouble. Written by Melissa

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

February 1966 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Famous Studios See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Technicolor)
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Soundtracks

Honey Halfwitch
Words by Howard Post (uncredited)
Music by Winston Sharples (uncredited)
©Famous Music Corporation
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Baggin' the Dragon was one of those lame Honey Halfwitch cartoons from the last days of the Paramount Cartoon studio
14 April 2010 | by tavmSee all my reviews

Well, while I remember seeing a Honey Halfwitch cartoon on Nickelodeon a decade or so ago, this is the first time I'm reviewing one that I just watched on DailyMotion. In this one, the little girl witch gets a sample from a salesman of Instant Creatures. Because she accidentally puts the whole box in a huge cauldron bowl, they all come out quickly. When she manages to get them all back, a dragon appears which Honey thinks was part of the box but just happened to coincidentally drop by...This was one of those Paramount cartoons made in the '60s that were made on a low budget and it showed with both animation and soundtrack having a too rushed flavor. Nothing funny or even amusing happens here so on that note, don't watch Baggin' the Dragon unless you're very curious about these post-Fleischer and post-Famous Paramount cartoons made during this time...


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