One More Time (1931 film)

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One More Time
Foxy One More Time.jpg
Directed byRudolf Ising
Produced byHugh Harman
Rudolf Ising
Leon Schlesinger
Music byAbe Lyman
Frank Marsales
Animation byFriz Freleng
Paul J. Smith
Color processBlack-and-white (later redrawn colorized in 1973)
Distributed byWarner Bros. Pictures
The Vitaphone Corporation
Release date
October 3, 1931
Running time
7 minutes

One More Time is a 1931 black-and-white Merrie Melodies cartoon short produced by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising and animated by Friz Freleng and Paul J. Smith. The film is seven minutes in length.[1] It stars Foxy as a Prohibition-era cop dealing with various miscreants. This was Foxy's last theatrical appearance.

A colorized version was produced in Korea by Fred Ladd, for Sunset Productions, the copyright holder at the time. It was made by re-drawing the cels and backgrounds. The animation in this version is inferior, since many drawings were left out, causing jerky movement.


The cartoon shows police officer Foxy who deals with armed criminals, traffic violations, and his girlfriend's huge dog. The main action involves a group of gangsters kidnapping Foxy's girlfriend while making their getaway; Foxy chases them on a mechanical horse, rescues his girlfriend, and puts the criminals in jail—only to be shot in the back by a crow.


One More Time is available on disc 3 of the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 6.


  1. ^ "One More Time". IMDB. Retrieved 17 April 2017.

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