A Feud There Was
We launch a new series today: Presenting a vintage cartoon every Saturday morning, just like in the good old days, before the dingbats took over the belfry! We open with a 1938 classic: Warner Brothers’ A Feud There Was, revisiting the celebrated hillbilly feuds in the Appalachian Mountains. There are McCoys here, only they aren’t battling the Hatfields, but the Weavers.
Elmer Fudd is trying, valiantly but unsuccessfully, to bring peace to the mountaintops. The great Tex Avery directed. Mel Blanc does many of the vocals, although that’s the Sons of the Pioneers as the uncredited singing group led by none other than Roy Rogers! More from the OldHorseman.