You Ought To Be In PicturesYou Ought To Be In Pictures (1940) - Looney Tunes Theatrical Cartoon Series
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- Leon Schlesinger Studios
- Animated Characters: Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Studio Guard, Stagehand, Animator.
Live Action: Stagehand, Movie Director, Men (Archive Footage), Animator, Studio Guard, Leon Schlesinger.
- Originally Released in 1940.
- Production Number: 9366.
- Running Time: 9:12 minutes.
- Black & White
Cartoon Production Information:
If you look quickly, you'll spot Chuck Jones and Bob Clampett in the lunch break scene.
A satire on Hollywood studio intrigue, as well as a sideswipe at the relative status of Termite Terrace to that of the main studios.
This cartoon is said to have been the inspiration for "Who Framed Roger Rabbit."
In one scene, Porky disguises himself as Oliver Hardy. He also makes an Errol Flynn reference.
Daffy Duck makes references to Fred Astaire, Bette Davis and Greta Garbo.
Colorized in 1995.
Soundtrack: "You Oughta Be in Pictures," Music by Dana Suesse; "Aloha Oe," Written by Queen Liliuokalani; "Home Sweet Home," Music by H.R. Bishop; "Concert in the Park," Written by Cliff Friend and Dave Franklin, Sung by Daffy Duck as "I'd Be Famous on the Screen"; "Largo al factotum," from "The Barber of Seville," Music by Gioacchino Rossini, Sung by Daffy Duck; "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles," Music by Nat Vincent, James Brockman and James Kendis.
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