History WesternAnimation / HoneysMoney

13th Jan '18 4:20:03 PM ANTMuddle
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* StockFootage: The scene where Sam walks up to the widow's door while muttering about what he'll do with her money is reused from Freleng's ''Hare Trimmed''.

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* StockFootage: The scene where Sam walks up to the widow's door while muttering about what he'll do with her money is reused from Freleng's ''Hare Trimmed''."Hare Trimmed."
8th Nov '17 12:52:06 PM xcountryguy
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* GentleGiant: Wentworth.
* GoldDigger: Sam. It backfires badly.

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* GentleGiant: Wentworth.
Wentworth is huge but means well.
* GoldDigger: Sam.Sam marries into the family because of the millions of dollars it could provide. It backfires badly.



** HouseHusband: Sam is forced to be this by his overbearing wife.

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** * HouseHusband: Sam is forced to be this by his overbearing wife.



* SharkPool[=/=]NeverSmileAtACrocodile: Sam puts alligators on the swimming pool to kill Wentworth. Wentworth jumps in and causes such a big splash that it sends all the alligators back towards Sam.

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* SharkPool[=/=]NeverSmileAtACrocodile: SharkPool: Sam puts alligators on the swimming pool to kill Wentworth. Wentworth jumps in and causes such a big splash that it sends all the alligators back towards Sam.
10th Oct '17 11:15:34 AM thecarolinabull01
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* VocalDissonance: You'd expect a big Neanderthal like Wentworth to have a [[SimpletonVoice deep, oafish voice]]. He instead has a regular child's voice.

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* VocalDissonance: You'd expect a big Neanderthal like Wentworth to have a [[SimpletonVoice deep, oafish voice]]. He instead has a regular very high-pitched child's voice.
30th Sep '17 7:39:10 PM Malady
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This short was the most recent one listed in animation historian Jerry Beck's book ''The100GreatestLooneyTunes'', and one of only two released in the 1960s, giving this cartoon an argument as the last great Looney Tunes short of the classic era. The central premise and most of the gags are [[RecycledScript borrowed from]] the WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck cartoon "WesternAnimation/HisBitterHalf", made a dozen years earlier. It was changed to make the stepson more likeable and the stepfather more hateable. There's also reused animation from "WesternAnimation/HareTrimmed". Freleng recycled the script and gags yet again for the 1970 ''Roland and Ratfink'' cartoon "A Taste of Money".

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This short was the most recent one listed in animation historian Jerry Beck's book ''The100GreatestLooneyTunes'', ''Literature/The100GreatestLooneyTunes'', and one of only two released in the 1960s, giving this cartoon an argument as the last great Looney Tunes short of the classic era. The central premise and most of the gags are [[RecycledScript borrowed from]] the WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck cartoon "WesternAnimation/HisBitterHalf", made a dozen years earlier. It was changed to make the stepson more likeable and the stepfather more hateable. There's also reused animation from "WesternAnimation/HareTrimmed". Freleng recycled the script and gags yet again for the 1970 ''Roland and Ratfink'' cartoon "A Taste of Money".
14th Sep '17 11:36:01 PM thecarolinabull01
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* VocalEvolution: You'd expect a big Neanderthal like Wentworth to have a deep, oafish voice. He instead has a regular child's voice.

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* VocalEvolution: VocalDissonance: You'd expect a big Neanderthal like Wentworth to have a [[SimpletonVoice deep, oafish voice.voice]]. He instead has a regular child's voice.
9th Sep '17 6:13:00 AM RobFRules
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The central premise and most of the gags are [[RecycledScript borrowed from]] the WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck cartoon "WesternAnimation/HisBitterHalf", made a dozen years earlier. It was changed to make the stepson more likeable and the stepfather more hateable. There's also reused animation from "WesternAnimation/HareTrimmed". Freleng recycled the script and gags yet again for the 1970 ''Roland and Ratfink'' cartoon "A Taste of Money".

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This short was the most recent one listed in animation historian Jerry Beck's book ''The100GreatestLooneyTunes'', and one of only two released in the 1960s, giving this cartoon an argument as the last great Looney Tunes short of the classic era. The central premise and most of the gags are [[RecycledScript borrowed from]] the WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck cartoon "WesternAnimation/HisBitterHalf", made a dozen years earlier. It was changed to make the stepson more likeable and the stepfather more hateable. There's also reused animation from "WesternAnimation/HareTrimmed". Freleng recycled the script and gags yet again for the 1970 ''Roland and Ratfink'' cartoon "A Taste of Money".
8th Aug '17 1:39:19 PM thecarolinabull01
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* VocalEvolution: You'd expect a big Neanderthal like Wentworth to have a deep, oafish voice. He instead has a regular child's voice.
21st Apr '17 6:39:56 AM NausicaaoftheSpirits
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Sam's wife disappears for the rest of the cartoon after ordering him to get the ball from traffic.
7th Oct '16 1:09:08 AM jamespolk
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* TheAllAmericanBoy: Wentworth is a hilariously dimwitted version of this.



* TheAllAmericanBoy: Wentworth is a hilariously dimwitted version of this.
17th Feb '16 2:44:39 AM Shadowgazer
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* BitchInSheepsClothing: In line with the previous cartoon, the wealthy widow plays sweet long enough for Sam to marry her, upon which she immediately whips him into doing chores and taking care of her son that she had (somehow) kept secret from him. Hasty wedding are a blast arent they?

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: In line with the previous cartoon, the wealthy widow plays sweet long enough for Sam to marry her, upon which she immediately whips him into doing chores and taking care of her son that she had (somehow) kept secret from him. Hasty wedding weddings are a blast arent they?
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