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Studio: Columbia Release Date : July 16, 1931 Series: Scrappy
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Synopsis

Scrappy thinks his dog Yippy is dying, so he sets out to get a dog tonic that will save him. He ventures into the "rough house alley" to get the tonic. On his way home, he is stopped by a vicious gang of kids, who try to steal it from him. Once he gets the bottle home, he trips and breaks it. Scrappy begins to cry, but it turns out that all was for naught--Yippy was pregnant with puppies.

Characters

Scrappy


Bloopers

  • In the opening scene where Scrappy is slurping his meal, his glass is under his hand. Just a few frames later, the glass moves to the left and Scrappy's hat appears on his chair, with no explanation of how it got there.

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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History

11/21/2011

  • New title added by eutychus
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12/24/2014

  • Characters added by Toonatic

5/22/2015

  • Credits added by Zachary
  • Animation type added by Zachary
  • Color type added by Zachary

7/9/2017

  • Synopsis added by PopKorn Kat
  • Bloopers added by PopKorn Kat

7/20/2017

  • Video Link added by PopKorn Kat

11/8/2018

  • Credits added by kintutoons32

2/25/2019

    10/19/2019

    • Credits added by kintutoons32

    Sources

    Richard Martin "Dick" Huemer: Director
    • Verified by onscreen credits (not always reliable)

    Sid Marcus: Animator
    • Verified by "Catalog of Copyright Entries: Cumulative Series: Motion Pictures, 1912-1939" (U.S. Copyright Office, 1951)

    Arthur "Art" Davis: Animator
    • Verified by "Catalog of Copyright Entries: Cumulative Series: Motion Pictures, 1912-1939" (U.S. Copyright Office, 1951)

    Joe de Nat: Musical Score
    • Verified by "Catalog of Copyright Entries: Cumulative Series: Motion Pictures, 1912-1939" (U.S. Copyright Office, 1951)

    Charles Mintz: Producer
    • Verified by onscreen credits (not always reliable)

    Joe de Nat: Music
    • Verified by onscreen credits (not always reliable)