Music director Scott Bradley
Genre Family, Comedy, Animation
Producer Fred Quimby
Country United States
|Director William Hanna
Release date September 6, 1941
Directors Joseph Barbera, William Hanna
Studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio
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Officer Pooch is a 1941 short cartoon produced by Fred Quimby, directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera and distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. The cartoon is mostly done in pantomime.
A canine officer (modeled after the Keystone Cops) is called out to rescue a kitten, harassed by an aggressive bulldog. He continues to tangle with the situation, then finds a basket full of kittens. He carries the basket into an alley where he runs into a whole pack of dogs. They chase him and the kittens up a tree, stranding them.
The cartoon is available on the "Droopy and Company" videotape. It is also included as an extra on the DVD of the feature film The Big Store.
ReferencesOfficer Pooch Wikipedia
Officer Pooch IMDb Officer Pooch themoviedb.org