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Little Orphan Airedale

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Director  Charles M. Jones
Language  English
Little Orphan Airedale movie poster
Release date  October 4, 1947 (1947-10-04)

Little Orphan Airedale is a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Charles M. Jones and released on October 4, 1947. It was later reissued as a Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies short. Its major significance is its status as the debut of Jones's character Charlie Dog. The title is a play on Little Orphan Annie.

Little Orphan Airedale movie scenes The opening scenes which would later be reworked into Chuck Jones Little Orphan Airedale is a great establishing opening for Porky s now dog Rover

Plot

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The cartoon's story (which is essentially a re-working of Bob Clampett's 1941 short Porky's Pooch) is about a dog named Rags McMutt, who has just escaped from the dog pound and accidentally meets Charlie, an old friend of his in a car he used as a hiding place. Charlie tells Rags about the troubles he has had finding a new master (Porky Pig), and keeping him after that. In the end of the film, Porky throws both dogs out of his car and tells them he doesn't want a dog. When Rags sees how Charlie begs Porky to keep him as a pet, he decides to go back to the pound (even though he has a hard time getting back in).

References

Little Orphan Airedale Wikipedia


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