November 4, 2006 - 2:28 PM CST
Chuck Jones, in an interview he gave on television one time, talked about his "One Froggy Evening." He mentioned that in a course on "American Humor," in some Arts/Humanity course, in (I've forgotten) some U.S. University, the instructor, on the first day of class, ran "One Froggy Evening" for the new class. Why he did so, Jones explained, was to see whether students would be wasting they're time with this course. If students didn't find anything funny about this classic of WB Cartoons....the course was, definitely, not for them. Without a doubt, "One Froggy Evening" is THE classic WB Cartoon. I never fail to die laughing, EVERY TIME I see it. I can see why the professor used the 'toon as a way to "weed out" students to his class. If you don't laugh (hysterically!) at THIS cartoon, there's no hope for you! By the way, I heard Chuck did a SEQUEL to "One Froggy Evening". Is that true, and if so, WHERE on Earth could I find a copy? Anyone out there know? Thanks. GREAT, GREAT SITE!!!
R. Horn Dana Point, CA