History WesternAnimation / HoneysMoney

13th Jul '15 12:26:49 PM MartyD82
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* TheAllAmericanBoy: Wentworth is a borderline mentally handicapped version of this.
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* TheAllAmericanBoy: Wentworth is a borderline mentally handicapped hilariously dimwitted version of this.
13th Jul '15 12:24:56 PM MartyD82
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* TheAllAmericanBoy: Wentworth is a borderline mentally handicapped version of this.

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* TheAllAmericanBoy: Wentworth is a borderline mentally handicapped version of this.
13th Jul '15 12:24:31 PM MartyD82
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* AllAmericanBoy: Wentworth is a borderline mentally handicapped version of this.
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* AllAmericanBoy: TheAllAmericanBoy: Wentworth is a borderline mentally handicapped version of this.
13th Jul '15 12:24:19 PM MartyD82
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* AllAmericanBoy: Wentworth is a borderline mentally handicapped version of this.
2nd Jul '15 1:59:20 PM MartyD82
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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. Freleng recycled the script and gags yet again for the 1970 ''Roland and Ratfink'' cartoon "A Taste of Money".
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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".
30th Jan '15 1:05:58 PM MartyD82
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* ADayInTheLimelight: This is the only cartoon in the entire Looney Tunes canon where Yosemite Sam stars instead of playing the antagonist. It is also the only one of two Yosemite Sam cartoons where he isn't paired against Bugs Bunny (the other being 1947's "Along Came Daffy").
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* ADayInTheLimelight: This is the only cartoon in the entire Looney Tunes canon where Yosemite Sam stars instead of playing the antagonist. It is also the only one of two Yosemite Sam cartoons where he isn't paired against Bugs Bunny (the other being 1947's "Along Came Daffy").Daffy" - and even that might just be a SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute).
27th Jan '15 5:25:03 PM Kartoonkid95
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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''.
18th Oct '14 5:28:41 PM Wartzanall
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* {{Bowdlerization}}: On Nickelodeon, the part where Yosemite Sam tries to get rid of Wentworth by throwing a ball into traffic so he can go get it and get run over was cut to remove Wentworth getting the ball and not getting hit (as the censors don't want kids getting the idea that they can do the same thing and get the same results), but not the part where Sam tries again, only for his wife to catch him and force him to get the ball in traffic (only to get run over). [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Funnily enough, this cartoon was shown uncut on the channel from 1993 to 1995]].
16th Oct '14 4:45:23 PM ANTMuddle
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''Honey's Money'' is a 1962 WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes animated short starring Yosemite Sam. It was directed by Creator/FrizFreleng. Yosemite Sam finds out that a local widow has inherited five million dollars. He succeeds in marrying the widow, only to find out that she is a ballbusting shrew who forces him to do all the housework. She also reveals a hulking, dimwitted son that Sam has to look after. Sam tries and fails to get rid of the son, taking a lot of punishment in the process. While he storms out of the house with his bags packed, he concludes that the abuse is ''well'' worth five million dollars (whereupon he turns around and goes running back).
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''Honey's Money'' is a 1962 WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes animated short starring Yosemite Sam.WesternAnimation/YosemiteSam. It was directed by Creator/FrizFreleng. Yosemite Sam finds out that a local widow has inherited five million dollars. He succeeds in marrying the widow, only to find out that she is a ballbusting shrew who forces him to do all the housework. She also reveals a hulking, dimwitted son that Sam has to look after. Sam tries and fails to get rid of the son, taking a lot of punishment in the process. While he storms out of the house with his bags packed, he concludes that the abuse is ''well'' worth five million dollars (whereupon he turns around and goes running back).
1st Oct '14 6:10:50 PM ANTMuddle
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The central premise and most of the gags are [[RecycledScript borrowed from]] the WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck cartoon "WesternAnimation/His Bitter Half", made a dozen years earlier. It was changed to make the stepson more likeable and the stepfather more hateable. Freleng recycled the script and gags yet again for the 1970 ''Roland and Ratfink'' cartoon "A Taste of Money".
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The central premise and most of the gags are [[RecycledScript borrowed from]] the WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck cartoon "WesternAnimation/His Bitter Half", "WesternAnimation/HisBitterHalf", made a dozen years earlier. It was changed to make the stepson more likeable and the stepfather more hateable. Freleng recycled the script and gags yet again for the 1970 ''Roland and Ratfink'' cartoon "A Taste of Money".

* [[WickedStepmother Wicked Stepfather]]: If trying to kill his stepson doesn't put Yosemite Sam into this trope, nothing will.
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* [[WickedStepmother Wicked Stepfather]]: If trying to kill his stepson doesn't ''doesn't'' put Yosemite Sam into this trope, nothing will.does.
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