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Hockey Homicide

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Genre  Animation, Short, Comedy
Language  English
7.6/10 IMDb

Director  Jack Kinney
Hockey Homicide movie poster
Release date  September 21, 1945 (USA)
Writer  Bill Berg (story), Dick Kinney (story)

Hockey Homicide is a cartoon made by Walt Disney Productions in 1945.

Hockey Homicide movie scenes


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Narrator Doodles Weaver explains the rules of ice hockey in satirical format. The narration's emphasis on good sportsmanship is countered by the violence of the players (all of them "played" by Goofy). Team captains Ice Box Bertino and Fearless Ferguson are rivals who brutally fight each other and incur a penalty before the game can begin, sending both of them to the penalty box; subsequently, they are constantly released from the box only to be sent back to it as they cannot help but fight each other on the ice. Eventually, confusion over many extra hockey pucks leads the players and spectators to get into a massive brawl, during which snippets from other Disney cartoons (including Pinocchio, How to Play Football, How to Play Baseball, and Victory Through Air Power) are included to emphasize the mass confusion. Meanwhile, the Loose Leafs' and the Ant Eaters' team members excitedly and intently watch the action from high in the stands while enjoying themselves, with the closing narration implying that they irritate each other's fans into fighting so the players themselves can watch instead.

Hockey Homicide Hockey Homicide 1945 The Internet Animation Database
Hockey Homicide GOOFY HOCKEY HOMICIDE 1945 YouTube
Hockey Homicide Goofy Cartoon Hockey Homicide 1945 YouTube
Hockey Homicide Hockey Homicide 1945 MUBI
Hockey Homicide Goofy Goalie 1945 Walt Disney Hockey Homicide scene 47 HockeyGods


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