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The Skeleton Dance

The Skeleton Dance

The Skeleton Dance (1929) - Silly Symphonies Theatrical Cartoon Series The Skeleton Dance

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  • Silly Symphonies Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Powers Cinephone
  • Cartoon Characters: Four Skeletons.
  • Originally Released in 1929.
  • Black & White
  • Running Time: 5:30 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.
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The Skeleton Dance

Posted: June 03, 2003

Spooky fun!

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There's a roughness in the early Disney animation that entirely fits the trick-or-treat atmosphere. The music is Grieg's "Dance of the Gnomes," with plenty of xylophone-bone effects. As important for the series it inaugurated as for its own considerable charm, this first Silly Symphony is many viewers' favorite of them all.

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The Skeleton Dance

Posted: May 05, 2003

My Favorite Cartoon of all time!!

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You rarely ever see this cartoon, but on the rare occasions it is shown I have to watch it! There is something about this cartoon -- it is timeless and just absolutely fun to watch!! I could watch it over & over & if I could find it for sale anywhere I would definitely buy it -- along with all the other silly symphonies which are also my favorites! But skeleton dance definitely tops the list! (and I'm 46 years old!)

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The Skeleton Dance

Posted: May 03, 2003

Brilliant

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If you like skeletons -- and who doesn't -- this is nearly the last word. Macabre and playful!

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