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Looking for old cartoon, family moves to new house, chaos ensues

Discussion in 'Mystery Cartoon' started by KGustin1, Aug 28, 2014.

  1. KGustin1

    KGustin1 Newbie New Member

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    I believe this is a Warner brothers short, saw it when I was a kid on VHS and played it all the time, so I'm really looking for it.

    A family, with a somewhat aggressive dad, and a baby, moves to a new high tech house, but the baby doesn't want to go. He has outdoor friends or pets at the other house or something. The new house goes haywire, and the family moves back out.

    Anyone know what this is?
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    I'm certain this is right; I remember that Straydog solved this one from another enrollee back in the old Gossamer forum. Apparently, that one never migrated to this Xenforo archive. Nevertheless, this is the cartoon in question, although KGustin1? This is actually a Fleischer Studios production for Paramount Pictures. Paramount wanted to pad out their feature films with bells and whistles, and their Color Classics cartoons were made by Max and Dave Fleischer, and their employees, as part of a contract they had with Paramount Studios. Warner Brothers at first contracted their cartoon production to Leon Schlesinger's studio, which made both the Merrie Melodies series and the Looney Tunes series. And both of those studios were running hard to catch up with Walt Disney's animation at the time.

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