Dixieland Droopy


Animation / Comedy / Family / Music

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71.66 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
12 hr 7 min
P/S 15 / 59
133.09 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
12 hr 7 min
P/S 4 / 119

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird10 / 10


I am a big animation fan, and I like Droopy a fair bit. Dixieland Droopy is one of his best, and also one of his most original and different. The animation is wonderful, very colourful in the colours, slick in the background art and all the characters are well drawn. The music is energetic, rousing and one of the biggest reasons why the cartoon works so well. Something special is made with the story too, it is very well paced without feeling rushed or short changed, is different in that it is based on a true story and the material that forms whether it's physically or verbally is both funny and original. The sound effects are also to be credited, they are authentic-sounding and don't sound out of place. Droopy is a sheer delight and voiced marvellously by Bill Thompson. Overall, Dixieland Droopy is delightful. 10/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by llltdesq9 / 10

One of the best Droopy's and a somewhat atypical Tex Avery cartoon

This short by Avery is somewhat different from his normal approach of firing as many sight gags at the audience as possible as rapidly as possible. There is actually something of a story here and the jokes principally flow from the premise of a dog who loves Dixieland jazz. There are some beautiful scenes hee and the connection of music and animation is great, particularly in one portion of a chase sequence! Most recommended

Reviewed by ccthemovieman-110 / 10

One Of The Most Original and Feel-Good Cartoons I've Ever Seen

Need a lift? Watch this cartoon. You'll feel a lot better.

This a different kind of Droopy cartoon, right from the opening scene. This is the "true story" of John Pettybone, a jazz player who rose from the junkyard to the Hollywood Bowl. Droopy plays Mr. Pettybone. We get a narrator, the kind I used to hear in film noirs or in short features, explaining the story for us, or at least the background information.

Everywhere Droopy plays his recording - a recording of his Dixieland music - he, and the disc, get thrown out. He runs the gamut from ice cream trucks, jukeboxes, organ grinders, merry-go-rounds, you name it. Nobody wants to hear his jazzy record.

When all seems lost, our musical friend finds a real Dixieland band at the local circus: "The Musical Fleas, featuring Pee Wee Runt and his All-Flea Dixieland Band.

You have to love the creativity of these writers!

What happens after this is even wilder. This is one of the funnier, most original and great- looking (colors are fantastic) and great-sounding cartoons I have ever had the pleasure of watching. The Dixieland music will have your feet jumping: guaranteed.

If you get the opportunity, see this on the Droopy DVD package with the restored picture. It's fantastic.

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