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سال ساخت : 1948
مدت پخش : 06:56
زبان فیلم : انگلیسی
ساخت کشور آمریکا
کارگردان: Robert McKimson
بازیگران: Mel Blanc
Foghorn Leghorn یک کارتون مری ملودی در سال 1948 به کارگردانی رابرت مک کیمسون است که با بازی در فیلم های هنری هاوک ، فوگورن لقورن و بارنیارد داگ بازی می کند. همچنین این اولین كوتاهی است كه از نام Foghorn روی صفحه به عنوان نام كوتاه یاد می كند.
خلاصه داستان: پدر هنری هاوک به او اجازه نمیدهد که تنهایی به بیرون رفته اما…
The Foghorn Leghorn is a 1948 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Robert McKimson, starring Henery Hawk, Foghorn Leghorn, and Barnyard Dawg. This is also the first short to mention Foghorn’s name on screen as the name of the short.
Henery Hawk‘s father will not allow him to go along to raid a chicken coop and capture chickens. He says that Henery is too small, and goes on to reinforce the tall tales he has told about what a chicken looks like and how formidable they are. After his father leaves, Henery remarks, “A fine thing. I’m a chicken hawk and I’ve never even seen a chicken.” He determines to get his first one that day.
Henery’s father invades a coop and struts out with a couple of traumatized chickens. Foghorn approaches, demanding he “unhand those fair barnyard flowers” and insisting on an explanation from the chicken hawk. Foghorn does not allow the bird to get a word in edgewise, however; with his stomach, the rooster bumps Henery’s father across the barnyard and kicks him out. (Two years later, in A Fractured Leghorn, Foghorn uses this technique several times against a cat when the two are after the same worm.)
Having arrived on the scene, Henery asks, “Was that a chicken, Pop?” His father summons some false bravado and claims he would never allow a chicken to treat him that way, that Foghorn is nothing but a “loud-mouthed shnook“. A yellow stripe down his back is quite apparent as he walks away.
On his way to find a chicken, Henery is intercepted by Foghorn and his insufferable wordplay. Finally, the chicken hawk walks away and comes upon Barnyard Dawg‘s house, which, due to his father’s false stories about chickens, he assumes is a “chicken’s cave”. He takes a hammer, hits the sleeping dog over the head and proceeds to haul his prize across the barnyard. Foghorn interrupts this, asking, “What’s the gimmick? What’s it all about?” When Henery replies that he has just caught himself a chicken, Foghorn guffaws, saying, “That’s no chicken, son. I’m a chicken. Rooster, that is.” Henery does not buy this and when Foghorn asks him, “What am I then, boy?” Henery responds that he is “a loud-mouthed shnook”. Foghorn then prattles on about his identity and tells the hawk that what he thinks is a chicken is a dog. His position is not helped, though, when Barnyard Dawg wakes up, kicks the rooster and calls him a shnook.
In an effort to convince Henery he is a chicken (“rooster, that is”), Foghorn pulls out a cardboard cutout of the sun and crows. This does not work; Henery walks off, leaving two signs reading Shnook! and Loud Mouth’d That Is! respectively. As Foghorn stalks across the yard, muttering to himself about how he has to straighten Henery out, the hawk comes by pushing a huge trunk. After turning to the viewers to remark, “Nice kid, but a little dumb!” the rooster proceeds to explain to Henery that he still has not captured a chicken. Foghorn emphasizes his points by regularly hitting what he thinks is the trunk; he misses the fact that it has opened and he has been, in fact, hitting Barnyard Dawg, who was inside it. Foghorn runs and climbs a ladder to the top floor of the barn. The dog is waiting there with a watermelon into which the rooster plows his head, then mutters, “Some days it don’t pay to get outta bed!”
As a last resort, Foghorn shows Henery a photo of a roasted chicken and demonstrates how he himself would look on a platter. Henery utters, “Shnook!” and goes off to throw a lit stick of dynamite into Barnyard Dawg’s house. Knowing he will be blamed, Foghorn dives into the house in an attempt to stop the explosion. He fails and, when the smoke clears, amidst the rubble the rooster is holding what remains of the dynamite. The dog starts body-slamming Foghorn and finally calls him a “good-for-nothing chicken“. This is at last enough to convince Henery, who brings a shovel down on Foghorn and begins dragging him off.
Disgusted with himself, the rooster says, “I’m just a loud-mouthed schnook.” Henery declares, “Chicken or shnook, in our oven he’ll look good!”
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