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Millionaire Droopy (1956) - Droopy Theatrical Cartoon Series Millionaire Droopy

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  • Droopy Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Traditional Animation
  • MGM
  • Cartoon Characters: Droopy, Spike.
  • Voice Actors: Fred 'Tex' Avery.
  • Directed By Tex Avery.
  • Produced By William Hanna, Joseph Barbera.
  • Animated By Michael Lah, Grant Simmons, Walter Clinton, Bob Cannon.
  • Written By Rich Hogan, Jack Cosgriff.
  • Music: Scott Bradley.
  • Originally Released on September 21, 1956.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 6:37 minutes.
  • Color, CinemaScope
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Spike tries to bump off Droopy to inherit their late master's fortune.

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Comments By: damfine
Very cheap remake of "Wags to Riches". I know it's important to save money for other cartoon's budgets but that was ridiculous. This was the starting point of Hanna Barbara's continual slide down to...  (read more)

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