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Terrier Stricken starring Claude Cat and Frisky Puppy.  This Warner Bros. Pictures Inc./Merrie Melodies cartoon was released on November 29, 1952.

Directed by Chuck Jones (as Charles M. Jones).  Produced by Edward Selzer.  Story by Michael Maltese.  Animation by Ken Harris, Lloyd Vaughan, and Ben Washam.  Backgrounds by Philip DeGuard.  Layouts by Robert Gribbroek.  Film Editing and Sound Effects Editing by Treg Brown (uncredited).  Visual Effects by Harry Love.  Voices by (in alphabetical order) Bea Benaderet (Frisky’s Mistress) and Mel Blanc (Frisky Puppy and Claude Cat).  Original Music by Carl W. Stalling.  Musical Direction by Carl W. Stalling.  Orchestration by Milt Franklyn.

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I am a host of Late Late Night FDL music and cartoon posts in addition to spending most evenings behind the FDL backstage curtain flipping levers. Used to be a practicing heterosexual but now it appears that I am just a consultant. Avid reader since teaching myself how to read when four. Navy brat and first born so always thinking of the consequences. Double Irish so I usually got caught. Turned my misspent youth around and became that scary thing in your rear view mirror. Retired from the Fremont (California) Police Department after 24 years of sworn and non-sworn duties, including Patrol and the Crimes Against Persons Unit. Currently living on the North Oregon Coast with Token, cutest dog in the world (10 lb category), where I enjoy taking non-crime scene photographs, writing at my own blog, TwoTonGreenBlog, and working backstage at Firedoglake.