A jailhouse, a tempting safe... and a sleeping sheriff. Can the two villains make off with the loot without waking him up? Not if deputy Droopy has his way. Much of this cartoon is a remake... See full summary »
The western scene, a group of four cowboys, deputies, or bandits riding horses away, is also in T.V. of Tomorrow (1953). See more »
[to Snoopy and Loopy]
Now you boys can build with sticks and hay, but the Big Bad Dog Catcher is coming today! He'll huff and puff and blow your houses down, and you'll both wind up in the city dog pound!
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This is the tale of Snoopy, Loopy and Droopy. In other words, a twist on The Three Little Pigs. Instead of the big, bad wolf we have the city dog catcher as the villain, coming to blow their houses down and take them to city dog pound.
I enjoyed seeing Droopy make a brick dog house; the dog catcher's unique "sneak" system on his truck; When the dog catcher first spoke, I almost fell over: it was Daws Butler, doing the slow drawl voice he made so famous in cartoons a decade and more later, such as "Yogi Bear and Huckleberry Hound."
Anyway, this character - and his truck - are flat-out hilarious. His "asides" lines to us, the audience, almost had me in tears laughing. The man was unflappable, with a funny remark after each disaster.
This is the best "Three Little Pigs" story I ever saw.
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