Dog Collared (1950)

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On Be Kind to Animals Week, Porky Pig decides to practice the principle and affectionately pets a large, slobbering dog. The dog takes an instant liking to Porky and follows the pig ... See full summary »


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7 October 2012 | TheLittleSongbird
9
| Great fun
Perhaps not among Porky's very finest, but I always have great amusement watching it. The story is crisply paced and energetic, and I loved the humour. The dialogue is typically fresh and witty, I liked the final line especially, and the gags are very clever, I almost fell off my chair laughing at the one with the old man crossing the road with his leg in plaster. Carl Stalling's music is catchy and has lively orchestration. The animation is also very good, the colours have been brighter in other Looney Tunes shorts but they still look lovely, there is fine detail in the backgrounds and the character designs have fluidity. The dog is a very cute character, and Porky is great, proving that he can effectively carry a short without a character with a somewhat stronger personality(Daffy). Mel Blanc's vocal characterisations are superb. All in all, a great short. 9/10 Bethany Cox

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Release Date:

2 December 1950

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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