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One Froggy Evening

One Froggy Evening

One Froggy Evening (1955) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series One Froggy Evening

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  • Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Warner Bros.
  • Cartoon Characters: Michigan J. Frog, Construction Worker, Talent Agent, Audience Members, Future Construction Worker.
  • Originally Released in 1955.
  • TechniColor
  • Running Time: 6:51 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.
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One Froggy Evening

Posted: December 12, 2007

Chuck Jones was a maestro at his art

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I remember seeing this cartoon as a kid, and I watched a LOT of cartoons. This one stuck with me though. Powerful because there is no spoken dialogue, memorable because of the soundtrack and the ingenious expressions that were created for each of the characters. It taught me that sometimes in life, there will be times that you and only you will get to enjoy something special and unique -- and you should not worry that no one else can experience it. Sometimes, a special moment is just for you. It should be treasured and appreciated for what it is. So, the meaning this cartoon has grown for me...from seeing it as a six-year-old and enjoying it for it's pure humor value, and now as an adult enjoying and apppreciating the deeper meaning that I have found in it. Simply drawn and executed with style, this is the best that Looney Tunes has to offer. You can have Porky and Bugs and Tweety all day long...just give me Michigan J. Frog!

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One Froggy Evening

Posted: July 21, 2004

Genuine classic!

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Here's one great and unusual cartoon, possibly the highest form of this great art EVER!
Man finds singing frog, man tries to get rich due to singing frog, can't do so cuz the frog sings for HIM and him only, man gets rid of frog for someone ELSE to find.
Elegantly simple but amazingly funny and touching story.

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One Froggy Evening

Posted: December 10, 2003

A timeless fable...

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One of the true masterpieces of animation. Chuck Jones at his absolute peak. The timing is dead-on from start to finish. The frog is brilliantly animated, and the man is probably the most...well, HUMAN character ever created by the geniuses at Warners. This cartoon is as funny and relevant the 50th time you watch it as it is the first.

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