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Brandon Panther wrote:The Cagey Canery has no dialogue except for the ending: "Ladies and gentlemen of the audience. Would any of you be interested in a homeless cat and canery?"
The lady of the house also has dialogue at the beginning..... "Mama will throw that old cat out in the RAIN!!!!!"
Also a few more.....
"I Got Plenty of Mutton" (except for Killer Diller's romantic talk and the final exchange between KD and the Wolf, pre-dating "Some Like It Hot")
Isn't "Hiss and Make Up" mostly pantomime as well?
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Speedy Boris wrote:What are some Warner Bros. cartoons where there's little to no dialog? Here are some I can think of:
-Snow Time For Comedy
-Any Road Runner short except Road Runner a Go-Go and Zip Zip Hooray (only vocal is "Beep beep", along with the occasional "YEOW!" from Wile)
-The Sam & Ralph cartoons (only vocals are typically "Morning, Sam./Morning, Ralph.", with a few random bits here and there. Mostly silent like the Road Runner shorts, though)
-Rabbit Stew and Rabbits Too!
-Swallow the Leader (outside of the opening narration and a couple sentences from the cat, there's no dialog here)
-No Barking (mostly dog barking/cat screech vocals; only dialog is a brief Tweety bit at the end)
-One Froggy Evening (the songs and the people running into the theater contain the only vocals in the cartoon)
-Feed the Kitty / Kiss Me Cat (only a few random bits of dialog from the husband/wife, and animal noises provided by Blanc)
-Now Hear This (only vocal is the man clearing his throat, as well as "QUIET!")
-Joe Glow the Firefly (only vocal is "GOOD NIGHT!" at the end)
"Hello, my baby! Hello, my darling!"
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