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|name = A Hitch In Time
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|image = Hitch time.jpg
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|Director = [[Chuck Jones|Charles M. Jones]]
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|producer = [[Eddie Selzer]]
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|airdate = 1955
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|series = [[United States Army Shorts]]
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|Writer = [[Chuck Jones|Charles M. Jones]]
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|Animators = [[Ken Harris]]<br>[[Gerry Chiniquy]]<br>[[Ben Washam]]<br>[[Abe Levitow]]<br>[[Richard Thompson]]
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|Layout-artist = [[Ernie Nordli|Ernest Nordli]]
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|Background-artist = [[Philip DeGuard]]
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|Sound effects = [[Treg Brown]]
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|Voice = [[Mel Blanc]]
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|Musician = [[Milt Franklyn]]
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|Starring = John McRogers<br>Grogan
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|previous = [[Orange Blossoms for Violet]]
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|next = [[90 Day Wondering]]}}
 
'''A Hitch In Time''' is a 1955 cartoon directed by [[Chuck Jones]], produced by [[Warner Brothers]] for the United States Air Force to promote re-enlistment.
 
'''A Hitch In Time''' is a 1955 cartoon directed by [[Chuck Jones]], produced by [[Warner Brothers]] for the United States Air Force to promote re-enlistment.
   

Revision as of 02:25, February 23, 2016

A Hitch In Time
Hitch time
Directed By: Charles M. Jones
Produced By: Eddie Selzer
Released: 1955
Series: United States Army Shorts
Story: Charles M. Jones
Animation: Ken Harris
Gerry Chiniquy
Ben Washam
Abe Levitow
Richard Thompson
Layouts: Ernest Nordli
Backgrounds: Philip DeGuard
Film Editor: Treg Brown
Voiced By: Mel Blanc
Music: Milt Franklyn
Starring: John McRogers
Grogan
Preceded By: Orange Blossoms for Violet
Succeeded By: 90 Day Wondering

A Hitch In Time is a 1955 cartoon directed by Chuck Jones, produced by Warner Brothers for the United States Air Force to promote re-enlistment.

Plot

An airman is looking forward to completing his tour of duty and becoming a civilian. A gremlin sergeant ("Grogan, technical gremlin first class") accompanies him on the way to the discharge office, ostensibly to ensure the airman doesn't decide to re-enlist. The gremlin then presents a series of arguments that superficially suggest that civilian life is better, but cumulatively favour re-enlistment. At the end, the airman re-enlists.

Video

LOONEY TUNES A Hitch in Time (1955) (Remastered) (HD 1080p)

LOONEY TUNES A Hitch in Time (1955) (Remastered) (HD 1080p)

Notes

This short is similar to 90 Day Wondering.

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