Alpine Antics (1936 film)

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Alpine Antics
Looney Tunes series
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Screenshot.
Beans (right) readies himself.
Directed by Jack King
Produced by Leon Schlesinger
Voices by Tommy Bond
Bernice Hansen
Music by Norman Spencer
Animation by Paul Smith
Ben Clopton
Studio Warner Bros. Cartoons
Distributed by Warner Bros.
The Vitaphone Corporation
Release date(s) January 18, 1936 (USA)
Color process Black-and-white (later colorized in 1995)
Running time 7 minutes
Language English
Preceded by I Wanna Play House
Followed by The Phantom Ship

Alpine Antics is a 1936 black-and-white Looney Tunes animated cartoon short starring Beans the Cat.

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Beans and Little Kitty are riding on a sled through the snow. On the way, they see a poster which promotes a money-rich skii contest. Beans wants to give it a shot as he puts on his gear. Just then, a large oppressive cougar overhears Beans, approaches him, takes his skis off and breaks them before walking away. Beans still wants to participate and removes the rails from his sled using them as substitute skis.

Moments later, the contest begins and all the competitors met at the starting line. Everyone sets off but the cougar has made Beans have a slow start. Nevertheless, Benas still makes his move and catches up, avoiding the cougar's further trickery as he puts all other contestants out of the race. Finally its just the cougar and Beans. As they approach the finishing line, the cougar is hurled onto thin ice and falls into the water below. Beans makes it safely across the finish line and wins the contest.

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