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4skinned wrote at 2008-06-29 03:16:00
i've been looking for the cartoon also cant find it anywhere i'm also looking for a cartoon about TVs set up doc style. with bunch of styles of TV

Jamie wrote at 2008-07-03 05:35:05
The cartoon you I believe you to be seeking is called "A Helping Paw" by Columbia.  It was "A Color Rhapsody" cartoon and was made in 1941.  I hope this helps, I have not been able to find a copy!  Good luck and I hope this helps.  

Cappy1222 wrote at 2008-08-03 20:54:55
The name of the cartoon is Dog Tales, 1958 Warner Brothers.  It was a Charlie Dog cartoon,  I have not found a video.  Hope this was helpful

constable-odo39 wrote at 2008-08-15 17:50:18
Hello. The cartoon that you are looking for was made in 1958. It was called "Dog Tales" It was directed by Robert McKimson and writen by Tedd Pierce.

Vince wrote at 2010-04-19 11:18:51
You're referring to "Dog Tales", a Warner Brothers cartoon from 1958. This documentary-styled cartoon identifies the various breeds of canine, showing the very human behaviors of the French Poodle, the Doberman "Pincher", the "Elvis" hound-dog, a martini-drinking St. Bernard, and the Mexican "Hairless".

Mikus wrote at 2011-01-30 13:30:37
I remember this cartoon as well and I don't recall it being part of Porky Pig.  If I remember correctly, the St. Bernard dog ends up making a martini, the boxer puts on boxing gloves, etc.  It would be nice to find...nothing on youtube

Jay wrote at 2011-08-11 02:53:14
It's called "Dog tales" 1958. Look it up on YouTube. Your question started me on my search. have fun.

James wrote at 2012-05-19 02:07:51
The name of the the cartoon is "Dog Tales" Released in 1958 by Warner Bros.

It was a one shot cartoon. Meaning only one was made with characters never seen before or after.

I hoped this helps.

deryni1 wrote at 2014-06-26 21:49:22
I remember the Cartoon, had a Doberman pinscher pinching people and laughing about it.   Think it may have been a Columbia pictures cartoon.  

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I`m a true member of the tv generation! I grew up doing my homework while watching the classics of the 60`s and 70`s and today, they are still my favorites. I have a big library of tv and film reference books at my disposal, as well as a large video library. My memory is pretty darn good too, and when that fails, I can hit the books and/or videos, not to mention a few friends who are as devout tv gen members as I am. Please note that my expertise is with American tv only.

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