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The Chinese Nightingale

The Chinese Nightingale (1935) - Happy Harmonies Theatrical Cartoon Series The Chinese Nightingale

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Harman-Ising Productions Rudolf Ising Hugh Harman, Rudolf Ising Scott Bradley
  • 1935
  • Harman-Ising Productions
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Happy Harmonies Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Chinese Emperor, Nightingale, Crow, Girl Trio.
  • Directed By Rudolf Ising.
  • Produced By Hugh Harman, Rudolf Ising.
  • Written By Hans Christian Andersen (uncredited.
    Original Story, "The Nightingale").

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A mini-musical, telling in song (through a trio of Chinese girls) the fairy tale of a beautiful nightingale, beloved of the Chinese emperor, who is gladdened by...  (more)

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An "Oldie But Goodie!". The Chinese Nightengale follows the classic "Old vs. New" theme seen in "Toy story" and "The Velveteen Rabbit", with the plot '"You never know what you have 'til it's...  (read more)

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