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The Queen Was In The Parlor

The Queen Was In The Parlor

The Queen Was In The Parlor (1932) - Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series The Queen Was In The Parlor

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A Hugh Harman-Rudolf Ising Production, Vitaphone Pictures Rudolf Ising Hugh Harman, Rudolf Ising Frank Marsales
  • 1932
  • A Hugh Harman-Rudolf Ising Production, Vitaphone Pictures
  • Warner Bros.
  • Merrie Melodies Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Goopy Geer, Old King Cole, Queen, Princess, Kidnapper, Palace Guards.
  • Directed By Rudolf Ising.
  • Produced By Hugh Harman, Rudolf Ising.
  • Animated By Isadore Freleng (as Friz Freleng), Paul J. Smith.

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Old King Cole, a merry old soul, is looking for the queen! Nursery rhyme characters (and radio star parodies) join in the search.

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