I haven't seen that cartoon in years! It's so refreshing to revisit it again after all this time. And I definately agree, it's these type of cartoons that deserve more respect than Bugs Bunny or Daffy Duck combined.
This is great ! THANK YOU for posting this .A Chuck Jones cartoon I've NEVER seen before ... ? Wow. What a surprise. I thought I'd seen 'em all , but this one is totally new to me .
The two officers actually pre-date by a couple of months the dumb cop/smart cop set-up for "Car 54 Where Are You?", which debuted on NBC in the fall of 1961. The only difference was the smart cop on the show (played by Fred Gwynn) was named Muldoon, instead of the dumb one (Toody, played by Joe E. Ross)."The Mouse on 57th Street" was also the last Warner Bros. cartoon written by Michael Maltese. Since it came out almost two years after Mike had jumped to Hanna-Barbera, the story may have been sitting on the shelf for a while, and was pulled out when Chuck needed something quick to do while most of the staff was focusing on "The Bugs Bunny Show".
hi, matthew hunter thanks a hole lot for showing "the mouse on 57th street" it was on youtube.com but they took it off! but anyways i like this cartoon a hole lot because it has a thing to do with my real good friend named steve easton;he is like malldune in different matters;& like his saying "oh boy the diamond" it's so funny! BUT I'M VERY HAPPY TOO SHOW MY FRIEND SOMETHING I SEEN AS A KID!thanks from william firstname.lastname@example.org
cannot thank you enough. i haven't seen this cartoon in easily 20 years, and i've looked for it everywhere. my brother and i said "why do you hate me, muldoon?" all throughout our childhood. cheers and accolades.
Post a Comment