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High Note (1960) - Looney Tunes Theatrical Cartoon Series High Note

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>Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., Vitagraph Releases
  • Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc., Vitagraph Releases
  • Animated Characters: Various Musical Notes.
  • Awards: Academy Award Nominee, Best Short Subject (Cartoon), 1961.
  • Originally Released in 1960.
  • Production Number: 1480.
    MPAA: 19498
  • Running Time: 6:31 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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The first Warner Bros. Looney Tune to be labeled A Vitagraph Release.

There is not one word of dialogue in this cartoon.

Soundtrack included:
  • The Blue Danube (Johann Strauss II)
  • How Dry I Am (Irving Berlin)
  • Little Brown Jug (Joseph Winner)
  • Brahms' Lullaby (Johannes Brahms)
  • Where, Oh Where, Has My Little Dog Gone?

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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I've always been a fan of the work Chuck Jones has done, be it for Wyle E. Coyote and Road Runner or even Tom and Jerry, but this one is the ultimate best for me. I haven't seen this cartoon since I was a kid (and that was on the reruns...  (read more)

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Chuck Jones once said that his approach to a classical music cartoon was one of a non-musician--in his exact words, one who was more CONSCIOUS of music than a non-musician (much like a pedestrian's more conscious of cars than a driver can be). Well, as...  (read more)

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This is one of my all time favorite cartoons. To make dogs from 1/4 rests and the like only proves Chuck Jones was a Super-Genius. A must see cartoon!

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