"Dogday Hellody of 1933" is an episode of The Itchy & Scratchy Show.
A court with Itchy as judge and a bunch of Scratchys as jurors is held against a dog, who is guilty for crimes against animals. Suddenly, Edward G. Robinson appears and shoots the dog with a machine gun. A few others arrive at court to do harmful things at the dog; Will Rogers hangs the dog with his lasso, W. C. Fields prepares to drink the dog's blood, Harpo Marx cuts the dog's tongue off, and Bing Crosby hits the dog with a bat, something which the judge and the jurors all enjoy.
Behind the Laughter
- The episode title is a reference to the musical film Broadway Melody of 1936. The episode's plot is based on the Mickey Mouse cartoon Pluto's Judgement Day, with the dog as Pluto.