From all of us at Lattaland to all y’all in Daddy Land, have a Merry Father’s Day and a Happy New Year.
‘Scaredy Cat’ is probably the most horrific of the Looney Tunes cannon, so it’s no wonder that the Moms of the world as well as the suits have made short work of it’s original form and it’s been airing censored for eons. Way to spoil the fun, jerks. Any kid that offs himself because of a cartoon cat deserves to be taken out of this mortal coil.
At any rate, here it is in it’s uncut form thanks to the brave men and women of Romania as well as my pal Chad Kesegi for finding this lil’ gem for me.
Hello again, Kiddies! Today’s installment of the creepy cartoon cavalcade, not to be confused with the one by Seth McFarlane, comes from 1959 and is called a spoof a couple of Shakespeare plays. (Hamlet, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, if you will.)
What’s really spooky is that it is directed Abe Levitow. Who’s ever heard of him?
courtesy of Erin, Queen Of The Darned. I’ve actually never seen this one before.