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Sunday, November 26, 2006
Non-Stylized Cartooniness - Mo' Jim Tyer
Yeah, I know, it's been too long since the last one!
Here is a scene from one of the better Mighty Mouse cartoons (I should know, having sat through about 50 of them recently), The Reformed Wolf (1954), featuring the antics of a mentally-challenged sheepdog and a schizophrenic-sounding wolf. Mighty is more fun to watch when it looks like he's just having fun abusing his enemies.
I'm not sure who animated the scene before Tyer comes in. Paging Milton Knight!