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Old Cartoon - Rowing/Paddling in Milk that Churns into Butter/Cream

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    funkofan Newbie New Member

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    I've been trying to remember what cartoon short this way, could be Hannah Barbera, Could be Disney. All I remember is they were rowing in a boat attempting to get away from someone, and the milk they were rowing in began to thicken.

    Cannot remember for the life of me what it is. Found this site and thought I would see if someone else remembered it.
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    There is a Little Audrey cartoon produced at Famous Studios for Paramount Pictures titled Tarts And Flowers, in which Audrey dreams of visiting Cake Land, where the villainous Devil's Food Cake kidnaps Angel Food cake away from her groom, Gingerbread Man. Devil's Food attempts to reach his lair aboard boat, crossing The Old Milk Stream (yes, they resort to puns galore). However, Little Audrey uses an egg beater whip the milk stream into whipped cream, stalling the villain long enough for Gingerbread Man to trounce the villain and reclaim his bride. The scene occurs at about the 6:00 minute mark.
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    THANK YOU!!!

    After YEARS of searching, that is absolutely it! I would have never guessed Little Audrey, even after watching it, although I remember the scene with great detail, don't remember ever watching this.

    Thank you again, now I don't need to think about this once a week for the next 5-10 years, again.
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