Each Dawn I Crow (1949)

  |  Family, Animation, Comedy


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Chided by a narrator, John Rooster thinks Elmer Fudd is going to slaughter him with an axe for Sunday dinner and is willing to do anything to prevent his hour of doom.


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11 August 2003 | llltdesq
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| Talk about self-fulfilling prophecies!
This cartoon (the title is a play on the film title "Each Dawn I Die") is one of the better Elmer Fudd solos the did. It concerns a rather foolish rooster, the hazards of jumping to conclusions and the danger of inattention. The narration is excellent, visual gags are here in abundance and the payoff is a scream for everyone but John Rooster. It's usually a good idea to be aware of your surroundings. A delightful little short. Well worth looking for. Recommended.

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Genres

Family | Animation | Comedy | Short

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Release Date:

23 September 1949

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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