Out West
Studio: Spumco Release Date : August 29, 1992 Series: Ren and Stimpy
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Associated Studio(s)

Nickelodeon / Carbunkle Cartoons

Synopsis

Out of dimwitted boredom, Sheriff Abner and deputy Ewalt, who have hung everybody in town, hire Three-Fingered Höek (Ren) and Stupid the Kid (Stimpy) as horse thieves so that they can have someone to hang. They manage to steal Abner's wife (which Abner allows them to keep) but are disinterestedly brought to justice by Mr. Horse when they attempt to steal him. Ultimately, Ren (who is too light) and Stimpy (who has no neck) cannot be hung, so Abner and Ewalt joyfully hang themselves, and they all engage in a hoedown.

Characters

Ren Höek
(Voice: John Kricfalusi)
Stimpson J. "Stimpy" Cat
(Voice: Billy West)
Abner Dimwit
(Voice: Jim Smith)
Ewalt Nitwit
(Voice: Robert Frank "Bob" Camp)
Mr. Horse
(Voice: John Kricfalusi)

Credits

Note: "Unverified" credits may not be correct and should be taken with a grain of salt.

Director

Robert Frank "Bob" Camp

Animator

Kelly Armstrong (unverified)
Christopher "Chris" Sauve

Voices

John Kricfalusi
Billy West
Jim Smith
Robert Frank "Bob" Camp

Animation Director

Bob Jaques

Storyboards

Robert Frank "Bob" Camp

Creator

John Kricfalusi

Writer

Robert Frank "Bob" Camp
John Kricfalusi


Broadcasters

Nickelodeon (Original broadcast network)

Reused Animation Used in:

Farm Hands

Bloopers

  • When Stimpy says "Let's have a hoedown!" near the end, the lip-sync is noticeably off. This is because the scene was originally animated to a different reading of the line.

Trivia

  • In the original draft, Ren would have confessed that he wiped his saddle sores with Stimpy's tongue while he slept. Stimpy would have replied, "That's okay, Ren. I wasn't really asleep."

Television

Ren and Stimpy (Season 2, Episode 7)

DVD

United States

The Ren and Stimpy Show The First and Second Seasons

Technical Specifications

Animation Type: Standard Animation - Digital Ink and Paint
Aspect Ratio: 4 : 3 (Television)
Print Type: Video (NTSC)
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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