The Black Sheep
Studio: Columbia Release Date : September 17, 1932 Series: Scrappy
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Synopsis

Sheep herder Scrappy invites many sheep to a dance party. The black sheep is rejected by the others and leaves. While alone, a tiny white lamb approaches the sheep, who kicks the lamb. A ram is not amused and attacks the black sheep. Finally the sheep knocks the lamb into the ground, but Scrappy arrives and banishes the black sheep from the pen. The sheep lingers before leaving, but not before kicking Scrappy in the tush! Out on the prairie, a dairy cow laughs at the depressed sheep, who throws a log at it! The sheep are still not impressed, and at this point the black sheep snaps and throws rocks and logs at both Scrappy and the herd of sheep! All but two of the white sheep take refuge in a barn, leaving the tiny lamb without shelter. The black sheep chases the lamb while the white sheep baa in the barn. Scrappy breaks in but is quickly thrown out. The ruckus dies out and the white sheep escape from the barn sans wool, and the black sheep emerges triumphant!

Characters

Scrappy

Credits

Director

Richard Martin "Dick" Huemer

Animator

Sid Marcus
Arthur "Art" Davis

Music

Joe de Nat

Producer

Charles Mintz

Musical Score

Joe de Nat

Music Sources

Chopin, Frédéric : "Minute Waltz "


Distributor(s)

Columbia

Technical Specifications

Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Color Type: Black and White
Print Type: 35mm
Negative Type: 35mm
Cinematographic Format: Spherical
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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