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Fred "Tex" Avery (February 26, 1908 - August 26, 1980)

Tex Avery's MGM-FILME (1942-1957)


Blitz Wolf (8/22/42)

A wolf that resembles Hitler takes a crack at the three little pigs.


The Early Bird Dood It (8/29/42)

A worm tries to outmaneuver an early bird with aid from a cat.


Dumb-Hounded (3/20/43)

Droopy tracks down escaped convict Wolf. Is this the only cartoon where Droopy actually barked??


Red Hot Riding Hood (5/8/43)

Wolf tries to pull the old Red Riding Hood gag in order to meet up with Little Red, but Grandma has other ideas.


Who Killed Who? (6/19/43)

Avery spoofs a few murder mysteries.


One Ham’s Family (8/14/43)

Wolf, dressed as Santa, tries to bag some ham but is outsmarted by Jr. Pig.


What’s Buzzin’ Buzzard? (11/27/43)

Two buzzards are desperate to get a bite to eat.


Screwball Squirrel (4/1/44)

Screwy Squirrel beats the stuffing out of Sammy Squirrel then torments Meathead the Dog for the rest of the picture.


Batty Baseball (4/22/44)

Avery spoofs baseball. That guy in the stands should have just kept his mouth shut.


Happy-Go-Nutty (6/24/44)

Screwy Squirrel escapes from Moron Manor and torments Meathead some more.


Big Heel-Watha (10/21/44)

A big dumb Indian tries to capture Screwy Squirrel.


The Screwy Truant (1/13/45)

Screwy skips school and wreaks havoc on the truant officer.


The Shooting of Dan McGoo (3/3/45)

Wolf tries to kill Droopy, but Red quickly draws his attention.


Jerky Turkey (4/7/45)

A clever turkey eludes the pilgrims at Plymouth Rock.


Swing Shift Cinderella (8/25/45)

Wolf has eyes for Red, but someone has eyes for Wolf.


Wild and Wolfy (11/3/45)

Once again, Wolf tries to kidnap Red but Droopy is in the way.


Lonesome Lenny (3/9/46)

Screwy is adopted by Lenny the big dumb dog. This is the last Screwy Squirrel cartoon.


The Hick Chick (6/15/46)

A dumb cluck rooster tries to prevent a suave rooster from stealing the chicken of his dreams.


Northwest Hounded Police (8/3/46)

Droopy is once again in hot pursuit of escaped felon Wolf. If bug-eyed double takes is your thing, this is the only cartoon you will need to see.


Henpecked Hoboes (10/26/46)

A hungry George & Junior try to catch some chickens.


Hound Hunters (4/12/47)

George & Junior, the blundering duo, become dog catchers.


Red Hot Rangers (5/31/47)

George & Junior battle a pesky little flame.


Uncle Tom’s Cabana (7/19/47)

The truth about Uncle Tom’s Cabin. This is the first one of them Hollywood cartoon companies ever got the straight dope on this Uncle Tom stuff.


Slap Happy Lion (9/20/47)

The biggest, baddest lion in the jungle is put in his place by a mouse.


King Size Canary (12/6/47)

A hungry cat starts a Jumbo-Gro feeding frenzy that goes awry.


What Price Fleadom (3/20/48)

Homer falls in love with a female flea who lives on the back of a bulldog.


Little Tinker (5/15/48)

A little skunk will try anything to find a girlfriend.


Lucky Ducky (10/9/48)

A pesky little duck is too much for these two hunting dogs to handle.


Half-Pint Pygmy (8/7/48)

George & Junior hunt for the world’s smallest pygmy so they can claim the $10,000 reward.


The Cat That Hated People (11/20/48)

A cat that is fed up with people goes to the moon only to find out that people aren’t so bad after all.


Bad Luck Blackie (1/22/49)

A kitten enlists the aid of a black cat who causes things like flower pots, safes, and battleships to fall on a bulldog that is tormenting him. This is my very favorite Tex Avery cartoon.


Senor Droopy (4/9/49)

Droopy and Wolf battle it out in a bullfight.


The House of Tomorrow (6/11/49)

The future home is demonstrated. Man, that sandwich maker rocks!


Doggone Tired (7/30/49)

Speedy is ready to go hunt rabbits, but can he get a good nights sleep so he can get up at 5 in the morning to blast that bunny?


Wags To Riches (8/13/49)

Spike stands to inherit millions of dollars if something should happen to Droopy.


Little Rural Riding Hood (9/17/49)

A city wolf tries to show his countrified cousin some culture by introducing him to a real Red Riding Hood.


Out-Foxed (11/5/49)

A clever British fox tries to outwit Droopy.


The Counterfeit Cat (12/24/49)

A cat tries to disguise himself as a dog in order to get to a canary.


Ventriloquist Cat (5/27/50)

A cat confuses a dog by throwing his voice. This one of my all time favorite.


The Cuckoo Clock (6/10/50)

A slightly crazed cat tries to kill the cuckoo in a clock.


Garden Gopher (9/30/50)

Spike is trying to bury his bones with no help from a pesky little gopher.


The Chump Champ (11/4/50)

Droopy and Spike compete for the title of "King of Sports". Not to mention a kiss from the "Queen of Sports".


The Peachy Cobbler (12/9/50)

A shoemaker gets a little help from some elves.


Cock-A-Doodle Dog (2/10/51)

Spike is having a little trouble sleeping thanks to a loud-beaked rooster. My favorite.


Daredevil Droopy (3/31/51)

Droopy and Spike compete to become the Daredevil Dog at a circus.


Droopy’s Good Deed (5/5/31)

Droopy and Spike compete for the title of Best Scout, and a chance to meet the President.


Symphony In Slang (6/16/51)

Joe is having trouble getting his point across to the keeper of the Pearly Gates.


Car of Tomorrow (9/22/51)

The future of automobiles is displayed here.


Droopy’s Double Trouble (11/17/51)

Spike wants a free meal, but Droopy and Drippy have him slightly confused.


Magical Maestro (2/9/52)

The Great Poochini in tormented by a magician who he had earlier rejected. Now this is a classic. If I had to choose a favorite, this would be it.


One Cab’s Family (5/17/52)

Dad assumes Junior is going to grow up to be just like him; a taxi cab. But Junior has other ideas.


Rock-A-Bye-Bear (7/12/52)

Spike gets a job house sitting for a high-strung hibernating bear. All he has to do is keep it quiet. If I had to choose a favorite, it would definitely be this one.


Little Johnny Jet (4/18/53)

A WWII bomber is tired of seeing jets, but changes his mind when his son turns out to be a jet.


TV Of Tomorrow (6/6/53)

The future of television is reviewed here, although there is no mention of Dolby THX.


The Three Little Pups (12/26/53)

Snoopy, Loopy, and Droopy try to elude a low-key wolf dog catcher. If I had to choose a favorite, it would be this one.


Drag-A-Long Droopy (2/20/54)

Droopy and his sheep have to defend themselves against the Wolf and his cattle. This is my favorite by far.


Billy Boy (5/8/54)

Wolf inherits a very hungry little billy goat goat goat goat. This one is definitely my very favorite.


Homesteader Droopy (6/26/54)

Droopy must defend his new ranch against Dishonest Dan. My favorite by a long shot.


The Farm Of Tomorrow (9/18/54)

Check out the farm of the future.


The Flea Circus (11/6/54)

Poly-Itchy, the flea circus clown, will do anything to get attention from FiFi LaFlea.


Dixieland Droopy (12/4/54)

The story of Dixieland musician John Pettibone and Pee Wee Runt, the horn blowing flea. Together they make it to the Hollywood Bowl. If I have one favorite, it’s this one.


Field and Scream (4/30/55)

We follow Ed on his fishing and hunting adventure.


The First Bad Man (9/30/55)

The story of the first bank robber and cattle rustler; Dinosaur Dan. If I had to choose one to be my favorite, this would be it.


Deputy Droopy (10/28/55)

Droopy must guard the safe from Slim and Shorty. This one is my favorite.


Cellbound (11/25/55)

Spike escapes from prison and ends up in the warden’s TV set. This is my favorite.


Millionaire Droopy (9/21/56)

Letterboxed remake of Wags to Riches.


Cat’s Meow (1/25/57)

Letterboxed remake of Ventriloquist Cat