For reasons lost to time, someone decided to redesign Andy Pandy for the 1944 cartoon “The Painter and the Pointer.” Here’s Andy on the title card. I think this is an Alex Lovy design, with the cutsey-poo rounded two-teeth-in-one.
And here’s a shot of Andy from the cartoon itself.
The dog isn’t consistent, either. Sometimes, he looks like a near relative of Pluto. Other times, he reminds me of the Shakespearean dog in the cartoons put out by the Art Davis unit at Warner; not a surprise considering Emery Hawkins worked on both.
Hawkins and Les Kline get an animation credit.