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Mexican Boarders Title Card
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Mexican Boarders
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Series: Looney Tunes
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Production No.: 1570
Reel No.: 3060
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Starring Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester with Slowpoke Rodriguez
Excerpted In: Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales
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Supervision
Uncredited Supervision
Direction:
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Directed by Friz Freleng
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Written and Directed by
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Co-Director Hawley Pratt
Uncredited Co-Director
Produced by
Uncredited Producer David H. DePatie
Executive Producer
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Produced and Directed by
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Written, Produced and Directed by
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Screenplay by
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Story John Dunn
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Based on
Written by
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Edited by
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Supervising Animators
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Animation Gerry Chiniquy
Virgil Ross
Bob Matz
Art Leonardi
Lee Halpern
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Assistant Animation
Uncredited Assistant Animation
Camera operator
Uncredited Camera operator
Designs
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Character Designs
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Layouts and Designs
Uncredited Layouts and Designs
Layouts
Uncredited Layouts Hawley Pratt
Layout Assisstants
Uncredited Layout Assisstants
Backgrounds Tom O'Loughlin
Uncredited Backgrounds
Layouts and Backgrounds
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Backgrounds and Layouts
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Effects Animation
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Sound effects
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Film Editor Treg Brown
Uncredited Film Editor
Voice Characterizations Mel Blanc
Uncredited Voice Characterizations Tom Holland
Vocal Effects
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Narrator
Uncredited Narrator Daws Butler
Music Milt Franklyn
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Musical Direction
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Musical Score
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Piano Soloist
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Orchestration
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MPAA No.: 19775
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Release date(s): May 12, 1962
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Preceded by "Crow's Feat"
Followed by "Bill of Hare"
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Mexican Boarders is a 1962 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Friz Freleng and Hawley Pratt.

Plot

When Speedy Gonzales's cousin, Slowpoke Rodriguez, the slowest mouse in all of Meh-he-co, pays a visit to Speedy's hacienda, Sylvester intends to catch either one of them for his meal.

Availability

DVD - Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 4, Disc 3

Notes

This cartoon was used in Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales, but was edited for time.

Censorship

On Nickelodeon, the beginning where Sylvester is introduced as "The most pooped cat of all Mexico because he was chasing the fastest mouse of all Mexico" while Sylvester downs a bottle of pep pills was cut. Earlier Nickelodeon versions cut the entire part while later versions replaced Sylvester's pill-popping with a freeze-framed shot of a tired Sylvester on the ground.[1]

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