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Pistol Packin' Possum

Pistol Packin' Possum

Pistol Packin' Possum (1946) Theatrical Cartoon Pistol Packin' Possum

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  • Theatrical Short
  • Traditional Animation
  • Maroon Cartoons
  • Cartoon Characters: Peter Possum, Gidday, Drongo.
  • Directed By Raoul J. Raoul.
  • Produced By R.K. Maroon.
  • Written By Andrew Norris.
  • Originally Released on March 06, 1946.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 6 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Set in Australia, a trigger-happy possum is on the run from a band of poachers.

Cartoon Production Information:

One of R.K. Maroons' lesser known cartoons.


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Comments By: FireballXL6
Pistol Packin' Possum seems more of a stereotype for the Australians, with poachers thrown in for a cheap laugh. Perhaps just a break from Roger Rabbit, this is the only known RK Maroon Cartoon made that is not, or not related to,...  (read more)

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