I have a deep love for cartoons, especially the animated theatrical shorts of the 1930s, '40s, and '50s. Perhaps, the kinship I feel towards these films is due to my adorable, piggy-like stammers, my mistaking skunks for puddy tats, my endorsements of ACME products and spinach, and the fact I can never decide whether it's rabbit season or duck season.
Plus, anvils keep falling on my head.
My favorite cartoon of them all is this one, MGM's "Deputy Droopy," released in 1955, from directors Tex Avery (who voices the small robber) and Michael Lah.
Can't see the cartoon? Try here.