An a.a.p. print of "Horton Hatches the Egg" existed

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One time, I found a Spanish dub of "Horton Hatches the Egg" off of YouTube, and it has the 1956 Merrie Melodies closing. It's likely sourced from an a.a.p. print. I actually remastered the ending just a few days ago.

Take a look at the print and see for yourself:

And here's the remastered ending I made:
 

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One time, I found a Spanish dub of "Horton Hatches the Egg" off of YouTube, and it has the 1956 Merrie Melodies closing. It's likely sourced from an a.a.p. print. I actually remastered the ending just a few days ago.

Take a look at the print and see for yourself:

And here's the remastered ending I made:
I've seen this print before on minhateca.br. It's nothing new. Plus that looks like a bootleg print with aap originally hacking off ending titles. The Turner dubbed print is also available on The Best of Dr. Seuss released in 2000.
 
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I´m very interested in the a.a.p. prints of these looney tunes and merrie melodies with the first latin american spanish dub, like this one, because that´s the dub I grew up with. The new dub is terrible, with monotonous voice acting and out of place late 90s references. The old dub was great, really funny. Mitch, if you found other shorts with the old spanish dub (specially the following Bugs Bunny cartoons: Hold the Lion Please, Stage Door Cartoon and Hare Force), please can you inform me. Thanks!