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->[[DescribeArticleHere Describe, I say, Describe Foghorn Leghorn here!

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->[[DescribeArticleHere ->[[DescribeTopicHere Describe, I say, Describe Foghorn Leghorn here!
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->''"That's a joke, I say, that's a joke, son."''

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->''"That's a joke, ->[[DescribeArticleHere Describe, I say, that's a joke, son."''
Describe Foghorn Leghorn here!



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!! "That's a trope, I say, that's a trope, son":

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!! "That's a trope, I say, that's a trope, son":son, ya missed it!":

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* FakeOutFadeOut: Foghorn ends at least two cartoons this way, just to get in [[MotorMouth one last line of dialogue.]]


** Foghorn's speech pattern and phrases are based on Senator Claghorn, a fictional politician from the 1940s radio show The Fred Allen Show.

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** Foghorn's speech pattern and phrases are based on Senator Claghorn, a fictional politician from the 1940s radio show The Fred Allen Show. Though according to Leonard Maltin, McKimson claimed the influence for Foghorn goes back even further, to a sheriff from another radio show called "Blue Monday Jamboree"

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* CockyRooster: Foghorn is rude, loud-mouthed and often plays mean-spirited pranks on the Barnyard Dawg.


--> "Okay, I'll shut up. [[BlatantLies I'm not one who has to keep talkin'. Some fellas just has to keep their mouths flappin' but not me!]] I was brought up right. My paw used to tell me shut up and I'd shut up. I wouldn't say nothin'! One time I darn near starved to death." (iris out, Foghorn [[FakeOutFadeOut stops it so he can keep talking]]) "WOULDN'T TELL 'EM I WAS HUNGRY!"

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--> "Okay, I'll shut up. [[BlatantLies I'm not one who has to keep talkin'. Some fellas just has to keep their mouths flappin' but not me!]] I was brought up right. My paw pa used to tell me shut up and I'd shut up. I wouldn't say nothin'! One time I darn near starved to death." (iris out, Foghorn [[FakeOutFadeOut stops it so he can keep talking]]) "WOULDN'T TELL 'EM I WAS HUNGRY!"

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* IncompetentGuardAnimal: Throughout most of the shorts starring Foghorn Leghorn, Barnyard Dog is shown to be an almost counter productive guard dog. Almost always sleeping on the job, he tends to only pay attention to farmyard predators like Henery Hawk and "Bill" the Weasel when directing them towards his ArchEnemy Foghorn, who trolls Barnyard ceaselessly for his idleness.


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* {{Bowdlerise}}: Nowadays, Foghorn mostly calls people "son", most likely because [[ValuesDissonance a Southern rooster calling people "Boy" wouldn't be considered funny anymore.]] This only happens in the English version, as other dubs keep the phrase or adapt it for their respective countries.

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* {{Bowdlerise}}: Nowadays, Foghorn mostly calls people "son", most likely because [[ValuesDissonance a Southern rooster calling people "Boy" wouldn't be considered funny anymore.]] This only happens in the English version, as other dubs keep the phrase or adapt it for their respective countries. However, he used the phrase "boy" in his Toon Marooned appearance.


-->'''Foghorn:''' Pay attention when I'm talkin' to ya, boy!


* EnemyMine: He and Dawg call a truce in ''Fox Terror'' to get rid of a fox after the chickens, and again in ''The High and the Flighty'' when they realize Daffy is making money by getting them to fight each other.

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* EnemyMine: He and Dawg call a truce in ''Fox Terror'' to get rid of a fox after the chickens, and again in ''The High and the Flighty'' when they realize Daffy is making money [[LetsYouAndHimFight by getting them to fight each other.other]].

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* SurveillanceStationSlacker: Barnyard is ''not'' good at his job of guard dog. He's rarely in sight when the likes of Henery Hawk or the Bill the Weasel waltz in, and sometimes he'll even direct them Foghorn's way out of spite.


* WesternAnimation/TinyToonsAdventures'' (1990) RecurringCharacter

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* WesternAnimation/TinyToonsAdventures'' (1990) WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures (1990): RecurringCharacter

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* LazyBum: He does tend to have shades of this.


* BorrowedCatchphrase: Henery Hawk would occasionally adopt Foghorn's [[VerbalTic "I say"]]. Notably at the end of "Walky Talky Hawky", which ends with him [[PintSizedPowerhouse dragging Foggy, Barnyard Dawg and a horse behind him]]:

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* BorrowedCatchphrase: Henery Hawk would occasionally adopt Foghorn's [[VerbalTic "I say"]]. Notably at the end of "Walky Talky Hawky", "WesternAnimation/WalkyTalkyHawky", which ends with him [[PintSizedPowerhouse dragging Foggy, Barnyard Dawg and a horse behind him]]:

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