Product Tag - Tex Avery

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    I Only Have Eyes for You (1937)

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    I Only Have Eyes for You (1937)

    The iceman is in love with a pretty girl, and an old spinster is pining and cooking for him. But his dreamgirl prefers crooners like Bing Crosby, Rudy Vallee, or Eddie Cantor. After leaving her, he spots the sign of an imitator, and thinks he could ask him to do the crooning for him while he is trying to date his girl. The imitator accepts, and at first the trick is working, until the imitator gets too cold amid the ice in the back of the van and the girl gets suspicious.

    $25.00
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    A Wild Hare (1940)

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    A Wild Hare (1940)

    Elmer is a dim-witted hunter whose “wooking for wabbits.” Bugs proceeds to confuse, bamboozle, and otherwise humiliate the poor simp.

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    Ceiling Hero (1940)

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    Ceiling Hero (1940)

    A series of blackout gags parodying aviation and aviation films. Gags include a parchutist whose parachute reads “Good to the last drop”, jokes about LA’s expanding city limits, and a satire of test pilot and their bravery.

    $25.00
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    Wacky Wildlife (1940)

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    Wacky Wildlife (1940)

    A series of typical Avery spot gags set around wild animals. A dainty deer drinks very loudly and rudely from a lake. A pack rat swaps an egg and an acorn, then back again (“monotonous, isn’t it?”). A flock of ducks lands; a hunter fires; all fly away, except one with an American flag on its side. A termite fells a huge tree. A cowboy rides across the plains well, no; his horse is just slapping itself with the front hooves. A coyote calls to its mate: “Hey, Mabel, come on out!” A camel contradicts the narrator, saying he’s really thirsty. A wild dog: because of the lumbermen.

    $25.00
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    The Crackpot Quail (1941)

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    The Crackpot Quail (1941)

    A dog chases a quail through the forest; the quail keeps outsmarting the dog (and keeps referring to the dog as “doc”). The dog, none too bright, keeps running into trees, while the quail’s topknot keeps falling into his face.

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    The Counterfeit Cat (1949)

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    The Counterfeit Cat (1949)

    A cat steals the headpiece of a dog to deceive the bulldog Spike and get a chance to eat the canary Spike is guarding.

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    Sh-h-h-h-h-h (1955)

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    Sh-h-h-h-h-h (1955)

    A mild-mannered man whose nerves are shot from incessant noise is sent to an exclusive, silent retreat with hilarious results.

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    Toyland Premiere (1934)

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    Toyland Premiere (1934)

    Santa Claus gets a telegram from Oswald the Rabbit, telling him the city is ready for his Toyland Parade and that there will be a reception in the big department store. Santa is a jolly elf indeed until he discovers that moths have eaten every last shred of his Santa suit. The day is saved when quick thinking on the part of an old elf, armed with red paint and popcorn, turns Santa’s ordinary light-blue outfit into a real Santa suit. The parade is a big success, and the reception promises to be even better. Frankenstein’s monster, Tarzan, Lupe Velez, Shirley Temple, Al Jolson and Bing Crosby are all there to greet Santa. Laurel and Hardy nearly spoil the day when they dress in a dragon’s costume and try to steal the chocolate cake.

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    Wags to Riches (1949)

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    Wags to Riches (1949)

    Droopy inherits a fortune, but the will says that if he meets an untimely death all the money will go to Spike, who spends the entire film trying to make this happen.

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    The Shooting of Dan McGoo (1945)

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    The Shooting of Dan McGoo (1945)

    Dangerous Dan McGoo (Droopy) faces the wolf, a dangerous outlaw who is trying to steal his girl Lou, during the Alaska gold rush. Loosely based on “The Shooting of Dan McGrew” by Robert W. Service.

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    The Peachy Cobbler (1950)

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    The Peachy Cobbler (1950)

    A poor cobbler feeds his last crust of bread to some birds that are really elves, who show their gratitude by finishing all his work while he sleeps and giving ‘Tex Avery’ a chance to show off lots of shoe gags.

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    The Cat That Hated People (1948)

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    The Cat That Hated People (1948)

    A cat who really hates living with people takes a rocket to the moon to get some peace and quiet, and finds it is even worse there.

    $25.00
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