One Meat Brawl

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One Meat Brawl is a 1947 cartoon directed by Robert McKimson.

Directed by Robert McKimson. Produced by Edward Selzer. (uncredited) Story by Warren Foster.

Grover Groundhog[edit]

  • [after nearly being shot] This meat shortage is sure tough on us animals.
  • Snitch! Stool pigeon! Squealing on little woodland creatures. You ought to be ashamed of yourself. Oh, you do all right for yourself, getting food handed to you, a house to live in. But what have I got? It ain't fair, I tell you! It ain't fair! [aside to audience] Dogs are suckers for a sob story.

Porky Pig[edit]

  • [last lines] Shadow boxing. Th-th-this way, no one gets hurt.


Grover Groundhog: ♪ A groundhog and his shadow are a very famous pair ♪
♪ They predict the weather together, a trick that is rare ♪
♪ Now the one little thing that bothers me whenever outdoors I go ♪
♪ Does my shadow mean springtime, or sixteen feet of snow? ♪
♪ Never know which, I just can't remember ♪
♪ Will it be warm, or make like December? ♪
♪ The whole thing just confuses me, and that is why I sing ♪
♪ A groundhog's shadow just doesn't mean a thing. ♪

Mandrake: You're a groundhog.
Grover Groundhog: That gives you one dollar. Do you care to try for two?

Voice cast[edit]

  • Mel Blanc as Porky Pig / Mandrake / Barnyard Dog / Grover Groundhog's singing voice.
  • Stan Freberg as Grover Groundhog and Walter Winchell. (uncredited)

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