Just Dogs (1932)

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Just Dogs is a 1932 Silly Symphony animated short film by Disney. It is one of the most underrated entries in the series.

A dog wants to impress Pluto by bringing him a big bone, but a bunch of other dogs want the bone too and he manages to give them all fleas and thus successfully give the bone to Pluto. That last scene was simply hilarious and one of the best gags and endings in the series in my opinion.

The animation still needs some work and the score is somewhat repetitive, but the designs of the dogs are better than usual for this period and actually stupendous. There are a bunch of different dog races featured here and the attention to detail in their look, behavior and barking was fantastic and it surely is a great film for dog lovers such as myself. Pluto is excellent in his first role and watching him calm down and start to care for the little dog was charming.

Just Dogs is surely one of the most underrated, great Silly Symphonies with great looking and sounding dogs and a hilarious ending.

My Rating – 4.3

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