Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Please leave. Not so well heh? ... See full summary », Sylvester is determined to get a woodpecker that just moved in, high in a tree. Near by, he sees a car and quickly hides into it before the dog catchers find him. View production, box office, & company info. NOTICE: The story does not have swearing in it. Suddenly, he hears dish washing from a house. You just gotta give them the old cute face! The story's about a dog named Rags escaping from the pound and meeting up with another dog, who brags to Rags about how he met his master (Porky). Kewwwl! Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Charles: Hey there woman! Bob Clampett minted the scenario that Charlie Dog would later inherit in his cartoon short "Porky's Pooch", first released on December 27, 1941. She's magnificent! At one point this cartoon makes subtle references to pregnancy. Charles: I said, are we going to a dog house? She goes to answer the door only to find Charles at her doorstep. Frida: (Sigh) I wonder how Rh390110478 and MarioFan2009 are doing on their stories. 5.1. Its major significance is its status as the debut of Jones' character Charlie Dog. LET ME IIIINNNN!! Little Orphan Airedale is a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Charles M. Jones and released on October 4, 1947. The title is a play on Little Orphan Annie. While the USA Turner 1995 dubbed version retains the original 1946-1955, This is the only Charlie Dog cartoon to have its copyrights sold to. City Geek Elmer Fudd expects to find "west and wewaxation" during his visit to Jellostone National Park, but he sets up camp in Bugs' backyard, and the rabbit (and a neighboring bear) definitely don't have leisure in mind. He tries to ingratiate himself with the pig, all the way avoiding Porky's attempts to get rid of the dead-beat dog. Its major significance is its status as the debut of Jones's character Charlie Dog.The title is a play on Little Orphan … Great voice work from Mel Blanc, as usual. I have been working hard today. The alarm sounds and the dog is seen running off while the light is keeping contact with him. This cat proves to be a much bigger ... See full summary », A theatrical dog decides to answer the call of the wild and hunt for his food. Directed by Chuck Jones. Looking for a movie the entire family can enjoy? She then puts the paper ball into a shipping bag. However, she refuses to let him be his pet. Rags McRutt: Hey open up let me! She opens the door to Grodo the white cat who's holding a black eyed Charles. She then kicks him out of the house and closes the door. When Rags sees how Charlie begs Porky to keep him as a pet, he decides to go back to the pound (even though he has a hard time getting back in) shouting while pounding at the door "Hey Let me in! But. In the end of the film, Porky throws both dogs out of his car and tells them he does not want a dog. Suddenly, it opens again and Charles is seen. He then lies straight on the ground with a open mouth. 6. Raggedy Ann and Andy in The Great Santa Claus Caper, Raggedy Ann and Andy in The Pumpkin Who Couldn't Smile, https://infogalactic.com/w/index.php?title=Little_Orphan_Airedale&oldid=666587163, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, About Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core. Frida: I don't know, I don't need a dog right now. SML Fanon Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. Little Orphan Airedale 03 October 1947. He kicks Charles into her house while Frida looks in shock. Charlie tells Rags about the troubles he has had finding a new master (Porky Pig), and keeping him after that. Frida: AND STAY OUT!! She is seen going upstairs and to her bedroom. Little Orphan Airedale is a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Charles M. Jones and released on October 4, 1947. The shadowy figure then goes to a pile of trash hiding. For some reason, it can dig and gets out of the prison and gets behind a wall. Rarely airs due to the American Indian being a racial stereotype. Charles: Oh come on! From Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core, The Dover Boys at Pimento University, or The Rivals of Roquefort Hall. Charles: So, then this one day, I found the owner of my dreams! Like playing dead! He has a big patch in it's front and carries it's young nipper in it. Charlie tells Rags about the troubles he has had in finding a new master (Porky Pig), and keeping him after that. (Fourth wall break) I never forget a face. The film was a success, and Jones would create two more Charlie Dog/Porky Pig cartoons in 1949: "Awful Orphan" (January 29) and "Often an Orphan" (August 13). Rags McRutt: But how did you get here the first place? Charles: Ohh the places I've been the things I've seen! Suddenly, a light flashes on it and it turns out to be a grey dog. Porky, believing that the dog is female and is pregnant, takes him in, puts him into bed and feeds him with some milk and broth. After reading his favorite Dick Tracy comic, Daffy Duck has a surreal dream in which he is Duck Twacy, a private eye on the trail of an army of horrifyingly grotesque villains who stole every piggy bank in town, including his own. Charlie tells Rags about the troubles he has had finding a new master (Porky Pig), and keeping him after that. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Charles: Hey! Daffy Duck Slept Here (MM, McKimson) - "Daffy Duck" series; Nothing But the Tooth (MM, Davis) - First "Porky" cartoon since January 1947. Check out our picks for family friendly movies movies that transcend all ages. Plot (voice). A dog named Charles is trying to find a owner. Stream HD. Unfortunately, the gambling ring has bet everything on the rabbit, and Bugs now looks like a tortoise. I wish I was her pet pooch! Jones first used the dog in "Little Orphan Airedale" (October 4, 1947) which saw Clampett's "Rover" renamed "Charlie." The parrot spots Sylvester, foraging through the trash. She then sees Masked Menace looking through a window. selon les recommandations des projets correspondants. Take the kangaroo. He then zips off and the next scene shows him at the City Dog Pound while banging on the door. It was later reissued as a Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies short. Rags McRutt: Really? Like over here! Charlie Dog / Little Orphan Airedale is a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Charles M. Jones and released on October 4, 1947. "Little Orphan Airedale" is a 2019 MarioFan2009 story made in March. Charles: Ohhh goody goody! He grabs the dishes while he is seen holding the frying pan with his foot.