MGM Cartoon Magic Vol. 1

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A treasure chest full of MGM's very best!
Here's a laugh filled library of MGM's greatest hits - cartoons that have thrilled kids of all ages for generations! And now you can watch them at home - again - and again. This hilarious collection features seven animated favourites, including three by Tex Avery at his zaniest. In the first Screwball Squirrel tries to get a rise out of Meathead peace-loving pooch. A lunatic version of Little Rural Riding Hood has the big bad wolf dressing up in black tie and tails. Then a hungry alley cat creates a King Size Canary when he feeds it a bottle of Jumbo Grow. The non-stop fun continues when an Unwelcome Guest turns up in Barney Bear's cereal: he's black with a white stripe, and poor Barney smells trouble! The Lonesome Stranger rides again in a side-splitting take-off of The Lone Ranger, and Captain and the Kids are in for a crazy Christmas when a peg-legged pirate swipes the Captain's Santa suit. And then there's The Blue Danube, in a class all its own - a beautiful salute to the immortal Strauss melody. Some of the fastest, funniest adventures you'll ever are collected right here. And now you can take your favourite cartoon characters home to play - any time you like!

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Distributor MGM/UA
Catalogue Number UMV10230
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Release Date 1983
Duration: 50m 59s
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Notes Features: The Unwelcome Guest (Barney Bear) [1945, George Gordon], The Captain's Christmas (Captain and the Kids) [1938, Friz Freleng], Screwball Squirrel [1944, Tex Avery], The Lonesome Stranger [1940, Hugh Harman], The Blue Danube [1939, Hugh Harman], Little Rural Riding Hood [1949,Tex Avery], King Size Canary [1947, Tex Avery]
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