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For the Scooby-Doo character, see Scrappy-Doo. Scrappy is a cartoon character created by Dick Huemer for Charles Mintz's Krazy Kat Studio (distributed by Columbia Pictures). A little round-headed boy, Scrappy often found himself involved in off-beat neighborhood adventures. Usually paired with his little brother Oopy (originally Vontzy), Scrappy also had an on-again, off-again girlfriend named Margy and a Scotty dog named Yippy. In later shorts the annoying little girl Brat and pesky pet Petey Parrot also appeared. Huemer created the character in 1931, and he remained aboard Mintz's studio until 1933. With Huemer's departure, his colleagues Sid Marcus and Art Davis assumed control of the series. The final Scrappy cartoon, The Little Theatre was released in 1941. Contents 1 1931, 2 1932, 3 1933, 4 1934, 5 1935, 6 1936, 7 1937, 8 1938, 9 1939, 10 1940, 11 1941, 12 External links, 1931: Film Original release date Yelp Wanted July 16, 1931 The Little Pest August 15, 1931 Sunday Clothes September 15, 1931 The Dog Snatcher October 16, 1931 Showin Off November 11, 1931 Minding the Baby November 16, 1931 1932: Film Original release date Chinatown Mystery January 4, 1932 Treasure Runt February 25, 1932 Railroad Wretch March 31, 1932 The Pet Shop April 28, 1932 Stepping Stones May 17, 1932 Battle of the Barn May 31, 1932 Fare-Play July 2, 1932 Camping Out August 10, 1932 The Black Sheep September 17, 1932 The Great Bird Mystery October 20, 1932 Flop House November 9, 1932 The Bad Genius December 1, 1932 The Wolf at the Door December 29, 1932 1933: Film Original release date Sassy Cats January 25, 1933 Scrappy's Party February 13, 1933 The False Alarm April 22, 1933 The Match Kid May 9, 1933 Technoracket May 20, 1933 The World's Affair June 5, 1933 Movie Struck September 8, 1933 Sandman Tales October 6, 1933 Hollywood Babies November 10, 1933 Auto Show December 8, 1933 1934: Film Original release date Scrappy's Art Galley January 12, 1934 Scrappy's Television January 29, 1934 Aw, Nurse March 9, 1934 Scrappy's Toy Shop April 13, 1934 Scrappy's Dog Show May 18, 1934 Scrappy's Theme Song June 15, 1934 Scrappy's Relay Race July 7, 1934 The Great Experiment July 27, 1934 Scrappy's Expedition August 27, 1934 Concert Kid November 2, 1934 Holiday Land November 9, 1934 Happy Butterfly December 20, 1934 1935: Film Original release date The Gloom Chasers January 18, 1935 The Gold Setters March 1, 1935 Graduation Exercises April 12, 1935 Scrappy's Ghost Story May 24, 1935 The Puppet Murder Case June 21, 1935 Scrappy's Big Moment July 28, 1935 Scrappy's Trailer August 29, 1935 Let's Ring Doorbells November 7, 1935 1936: Film Original release date Scrappy's Boy Scouts January 2, 1936 Doctor Bluebird February 5, 1936 Scrappy's Pony March 16, 1936 Scrappy's Camera Troubles June 5, 1936 Playing Politics July 8, 1936 Looney Balloonists September 24, 1936 The Merry Mutineer October 2, 1936 Dizzy Ducks November 28, 1936 1937: Film Original release date Puttin' Out the Kitten March 26, 1937 Scrappy's Band Concert April 29, 1937 Scrappy's Music Lesson June 4, 1937 I Want to Be an Actress July 18, 1937 Canine Capers September 16, 1937 The Fire Plug October 16, 1937 The Air Hostess October 22, 1937 The Clock Goes Round and Round November 6, 1937 Scrappy's News Flashes December 8, 1937 1938: Film Original release date The New Homestead January 7, 1938 Scrappy's Trip to Mars February 4, 1938 Scrappy's Playmates March 27, 1938 The City Slicker July 8, 1938 The Early Bird September 16, 1938 Happy Birthday October 7, 1938 1939: Film Original release date Scrappy's Added Attraction January 13, 1939 Scrappy's Slide Show March 3, 1939 A Worm's Eye View April 28, 1939 Scrappy's Rodeo June 2, 1939 The Charm Bracelet September 1, 1939 Millionaire Hobo November 24, 1939 1940: Film Original release Man of Tin February 23, 1940 School Day Dreams September 24, 1940 Happy Holidays October 25, 1940 1941: Film Original release The Little Theatre February 7, 1941

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