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Mystery cartoon with almost no clues.

Discussion in 'Mystery Cartoon' started by Who Izzy, Jul 25, 2014.

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    Who Izzy Newbie New Member

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    So...When I was 4 or 5(I was born in '90.) We had a VHS with a cartoon on it. I don't know much about this cartoon. What I do know is that it was either about winter(maybe?) or possibly all 4 seasons. The only things i remember for sure is that there was ice skating that involed one character(animal) ice skating a figure 8 and one character showing off by doing a figure 4 (<- a four that i believe looked just like that one)
    and also, I think the sun had a face and maybe hands....any help would be a miracle I believe haha
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    Hello and :welcome:, Who Izzy. This sounds like one of the Droopy Dog versus Spike cartoons produced at MGM studios, usually directed by cartoon legend Fred "Tex" Avery. Unfortunately, I can't put a name to which one, but the always-one-better gag was a staple of Droopy Dog cartoons. One of our most versed cartoon connoisseurs surely knows exactly which one; you should have an exact answer by morning. :)
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    I ended up looking arond other threads which lead me to look up the "I like to singa" cartoon on youtube. I'm almost certain the cartoon I'm thinking of definately at one point played the song, tune, or whatever you want to call it, that the third baby owl in that cartoon played on his flute

    If that makes any since at all
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    The more I look, the more I'm sure this is "The Chump Champ" from MGM Studios, directed by "Tex" Avery in 1950. It was a property of Turner Entertainment, now under the Warner Brothers' corporate umbrella.
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    I appreciate you trying to assist me in putting a name to this mystery, so I took a look at the droopy dog cartoon that you suggested and it hit me that I definately forgot some deatails that have jolted out at me. This cartoon had a forest setting. I think one of the two ice skating characters was a turtle but I don't remember for absolute certainty
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