Thursday 21 May 2020

And Kiss Her And Hug Her And...

“Duh, folks, uh, I’m not the real Grandma. I’m the wolf. See?” The bumpkin wolf pulls up the grandma nightcap to reveal wolf ears.

Naturally, we know how the story is supposed to go; the wolf is supposed to eat Red Riding Hood. We also know from the opening credits that Little Rural Riding Hood is a Tex Avery cartoon so we can forget the story. “But I ain’t-a goin’ ta do it,” says the wolf, wagging his finger.

“All I’m gonna do is chase her and catch her and kiss her and hug her and love her...” The wolf gets so aroused, he snuggles with his bedsheet. Some random poses.

Pinto Colvig is the wolf. The credited animators are Grant Simmons, Walt Clinton, Mike Lah and Bobe Cannon. Johnny Johnsen supplied the backgrounds.

1 comment:

  1. Even if Pinto used it at lots of studios over the years, Tex probably couldn't resist the idea of taking an (even by the late 1940s) iconic Disney voice and making it spout unbridled sexual passion, as long as he wasn't kissing a cow.