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Dumb-Hounded
Dumb-Hounded-title
Directed By: Tex Avery
Produced By: Fred Quimby
Released: March 20, 1943
Series: Droopy
Story: Heck Allen (uncredited)
Animation: Irven Spence (uncredited)
Preston Blair (uncredited)
Ed Love (uncredited)
Ray Abrams (uncredited)
Layouts: Bernard Wolf (uncredited)
John Didrik Johnsen (uncredited)
Backgrounds: John Didrik Johnsen
Film Editor: Fred McAlpin (uncredited)
Voiced By: Bill Thompson (uncredited)
Frank Graham (uncredited)
Music: Scott Bradley (uncredited)
Starring: Droopy
Wolf
Preceded By: Bah Wilderness
Succeeded By: The Boy and the Wolf
Dumb-Hounded (1943)

Dumb-Hounded (1943)

Dumb-Hounded is a 1943 Droopy cartoon directed by Tex Avery.

PlotEdit

A wolf escapes from a prison and all of the bloodhounds go to capture it. But one of the dogs, Droopy, stays behind and tells his audience that he will save the day. He then tries to get the wolf by himself.

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NotesEdit

  • The first cartoon in the Droopy series.