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Foghorn Leghorn was directly inspired by the character of Senator Claghorna blustery Southern politician played by Kenny Delmar on Fred Allen 's popular s radio show.

Foghorn adopted many of Claghorn's catchphrases, such as "I say. According to Leonard Maltinthe character's voice was also patterned after a hard-of-hearing West Coast-only radio character from the s, known simply as The Sheriff, on a radio program called Blue Monday Jamboree. Physically, Foghorn Leghorn is depicted as a tall, overweight rooster with a Southern accent; he is easily the tallest of all the regular Looney Tunes characters. He has a bombastic and somewhat unrefined personality, added to which he shows a penchant for mischief.

Aside from the Senator Claghorn reference, his first name " Foghorn " is indicative of his loudmouthed personality, while his surname " Leghorn " refers to a particular Italian breed of chicken. Foghorn often fancied himself a mentor figure to the smaller and younger characters he encountered, particularly Henery Hawk, tossing off bits of self-styled sagacity interjected with phrases like "Pay attention, son", or "Look at me when I'm talkin' to ya, boy", both of which borrowed heavily from Senator Claghorn's vernacular.

Beginning with the cartoon Henhouse HeneryFoghorn would perform a verse from the Stephen Foster song " Camptown Races ", softly humming the lyrics while loudly singing the refrain "Doo-Dahh! Many of Foghorn's cartoons involve his perennial prank war with Barnyard Dawg who often addresses Foghorn as "Foggy"though it is never revealed how or why their feud started in the first place.

Foghorn is often the initial aggressor, but unlike most of the other Looney Tunes rivalries, Foghorn pranks Dawg out of sheer self-amusement. But for all of Foghorn's pranks, Dawg is just as adept at retaliation. Most of the Leghorn cartoons began the same: Foghorn, humming " Camptown Races " to himself and carrying a wooden plank, sneaks up on Dawg while he is sleeping, often facing into his doghouse with his back protruding out the entry hole.

Foghorn then pulls Dawg up by his tail and uses the plank to give him a whacking on his rear in nearly every cartoon Foghorn gives Dawg eight whacksat which point the angered Dawg chases after Foghorn barking, but can only go as far as the rope to which he is tied, which either yanks him back or stops him. In the latter case, he keeps barking at Foghorn who tells him, "Aah-h, sha-daahhp!

In the short Feather Bluster the prank feud was passed down to Dawg's and Foghorn's respective grandsons, and the now-elderly Foghorn was puzzled as to why the little leghorn was behaving the way he was, but the elderly Dawg was only too happy to point out there's nothing wrong with him, except that "he takes after you. Other recurring themes throughout the cartoons included the attempts of the naive and diminutive Henery Hawk to catch and eat Foghorn, and Foghorn's own efforts to woo the widowed hen Miss Prissyoften by babysitting her studious son, Egghead Jr.

Foghorn was joined in a few episodes by a weasel called "Bill" who initially attempted to eat him but ended up joining forces to outwit the aforementioned canine. All of the 29 shorts from — were directed by Robert McKimson.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Cartoon character. This article is about the character. For the film, see The Foghorn Leghorn. This section has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page.I just like to take it out every once and again so's to give an old friend a great big tallywhack on the head!

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Horn cartoon 12 of So sue me. Horn cartoon 13 of Search ID: ggm Horn cartoon 14 of Bill's new strap-on steer horns helped give him more clout at the office.Tensions between the two groups had been rising since the discovery of gold on Native American lands.

When a number of tribes missed a federal deadline to move to reservations, the U. Army, including Custer and his 7th Calvary, was dispatched to confront them. Custer was unaware of the number of Indians fighting under the command of Sitting Bull c. Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse c.

Army ignored previous treaty agreements and invaded the region. By the late spring ofmore than 10, Native Americans had gathered in a camp along the Little Bighorn River—which they called the Greasy Grass—in defiance of a U. War Department order to return to their reservations or risk being attacked. In mid-June, three columns of U. A force of 1, Native Americans turned back the first column on June On the morning of June 25, Custer, a West Point graduatedrew near the camp and decided to press on ahead rather than wait for reinforcements.

Among the Native Americans, word quickly spread of the impending attack. The older Sitting Bull rallied the warriors and saw to the safety of the women and children, while Crazy Horse set off with a large force to meet the attackers head on. Custer and some men in his battalion were attacked by as many as 3, Native Americans; within an hour, Custer and all of his soldiers were dead. Army defeat in the long Plains Indian War.

The demise of Custer and his men outraged many white Americans and confirmed their image of the Indians as wild and bloodthirsty. Meanwhile, the U. Within five years, almost all of the Sioux and Cheyenne would be confined to reservations.

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From the moment English colonists arrived in Jamestown, Virginia, inthey shared an uneasy relationship with the Native Americans or Indians who had thrived on the land for thousands of years. At the time, millions of indigenous people were scattered across North America Under skies darkened by smoke, gunfire and flying arrows, men of the U.

An massacre left some Native Americans dead, in what was the final clash Years before Christopher Columbus stepped foot on what would come to be known as the Americas, the expansive territory was inhabited by Native Americans.

Throughout the 16th and 17th centuries, as more explorers sought to colonize their land, Native Americans responded in various Sitting Bull c.

In fact, It was the Native Americans' last-ditch effort to avoid recognizing English authority and stop English settlement on Live TV. This Day In History.Frank Beard was the editor and principal illustrator of the organ that advocated abstinence and salvation through Christ. The number of copies of each issue totaled 4, DURING four hundred and more years this continent has been the melting pot for the population of the Eastern hemisphere.

For three-fourths of that time the yearly infusions of raw metal was so slight that it was not hard to compound them with the native stock and preserve the high character of American citizenship. But when alien immigration pours its stream of half a million yearly, as has been frequently done during the last decade, and when that stream is polluted with the moral sewage of the old world, including its poverty, drunkenness, infidelity and disease, it is well to put up the bars and save America, at least until she can purify the atmosphere of contagion which foreign invasion has already brought.

When the famous submarine reef known as Hell Gate was blown out of the waters of Long Island Sound, the world echoed with rejoicing to learn that what had been a menace and a barrier to vessels and to commerce was blasted into fragments never to return. There is a greater Hell Gate which with its infinite submarine and subterranean tunnels honeycombs our social structure. The saloon is the dreadful barrier to commerce and prosperity, as well as a menace to health and peace. In spite of the fact that its awful traffic bears the approving stamp of our government, the time will come when this great thing, whose foundations are laid in hell, will be blown skyward by the power of public sentiment mightily aroused and intellectually directed.

Woe unto him that giveth his neighbor drink, that putteth thy bottle to him, and makest him drunken also. When anyone under the influence of liquor commits a crime it is no longer an extenuation or defense to say that he was not responsible.

This is so because it is a matter of human experience that if one sets a match to gunpowder it will explode and if one pours liquor down his throat he is filing his brain with the seeds of malice, hate and murder.

At the last it biteth like a serpent and stingeth like an adder. Law and justice hold an accessory to a crime liable to punishment as strictly as they hold the principal. Indeed oftentimes it is the wily accessory who is the more guilty, because from his cowardly place of retreat he directs the plot which may result in physical peril to the one who carries it through.

Is not likewise the man who rents his property the evil uses equally if not more guilty than the one who boldly assumes the responsibility of carrying on an indecent traffic therein. There would be a thinning of the ranks of respectability if public sentiment should face every Dives who is a silent partner in the tenements of sin and say, Thou art the man whom we hold guilty and responsible for this murder and this poverty and this vice.

When thou sawest a thief, then thou consentedst with him, and hast been partakers with adulterers. Psalm But do we ever think of there being rescue missions in the skies? Could we scan the far battlements of heaven we might, perhaps, see them lined with hosts of angels watching and waiting to descend to the rescue of some tender child whom it were better to snatch away to scenes of glory, than leave it in an atmosphere that reeks with moral contagion.

IT would be easy to destroy the liquor traffic were it not for its power in politics. This is so apparent to the men who manage it that they make it their first business to engage in politics and lay candidates for office under obligations by making generous contributions to the campaigns of each party.

Therefore, whenever a cry of robbery or murder goes up from the licensed saloon and the government grabs bayonet and ballot and runs to the rescue, the political managers immediately step forth and intervene. He is a friend of mine and he has a license. And he said unto them; Hinder me not, seeing the Lord hath prospered my way. Ten thousand times ten thousand times it has been brought before the bar of Justice and there charged and proved with being responsible for the vast majority of poverty, crime and disease which infest the race.

Nevertheless, so deeply is this blighting curse intrenched in our laws and government that our courts are compelled, even if unwilling, to protect a traffic which by common agreement is a universal bane. Knowing this, the saloonist seeks refuge under the cloak of the law, and there insolently defies us to assail him. He that justifieth the wicked, and he that condemnth the just, even they both are abomination to the Lord. THE controllers of the liquor traffic understand their business.

They know that they are sending an army of drunkards each year to an untimely grave and to take the place of these fallen victims, they must gain recruits from the hosts of youth. But the Rum haunts are too hideous to beguile one of tender years. There must be less offensive sins offered to bridge that long leap from innocence to iniquity, from the home hearth to the dram shop.I just like to take it out every once and again so's to give an old friend a great big tallywhack on the head!

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