Little Rural Riding Hood
Little Rural Riding Hood is a 1949 animated cartoon short subject directed by Tex Avery, conceived as a follow-up to his 1943 cartoon Red Hot Riding Hood. In 1994, the cartoon was ranked in 23rd place of The 50 Greatest Cartoons. It is essentially a retelling of the Aesop fable, "The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse".
- Uh-heh! Kissed a cow.
- Folks, confidentially, I'm not the real grandma. I'm the wolf, see? Now, I'm supposed to eat Red Riding Hood all up, but I ain't a-gonna do it. All I'm going to do is chase her and catch her and kiss her and hug her and love her and hug her and... [giggle fit]
- City Wolf: Oh, I'm terribly sorry, cousin, but this city life is a bit too much for you. I shall have to motor you back to the country.
- [He drives Country Cousin back to his home in the country]
- Country Red: Eh, howdy, boys.
- [City wolf sees Red and goes through the same wild reactions that his country cousin went through; Country Cousin knocks him out with a mallet and puts him back in the car]
- Country Cousin: Sorry, cousin. This country life is a bit too much for ya. I guess I'll have to drive ya back to the city!
- Daws Butler as City Wolf / Country Red. (uncredited)
- Colleen Collins as Country Red. (uncredited)
- Pinto Colvig as Country Wolf. (uncredited)
- Imogene Lynn as City Red. (archive sound) (uncredited)