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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
  • Animated Characters: Goopy Geer, Old King Cole, Queen, Princess, Kidnapper, Palace Guards.
  • Originally Released in 1932.
  • Production Number: 5343
  • Running Time: 6:44 minutes.
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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One of the many palace guards has a Yiddish accent- and the Hebrew word "Kosher" on his uniform.

Goopy Geer impersonates Walter Winchell and Amos & Andy. Rudy Vallee is also caricatured.

Soundtrack: "The Queen Was in the Parlor," Music by Tolchard Evans, Lyrics by Montague Ewing, Erell Reaves and Henry B. Tilsley; "For You," Music by Joseph Burke, Lyrics by Al Dubin; "When Johnny Comes Marching Home," Music by Louis Lambert [Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore]; "Old King Cole," Traditional Children's Song.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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