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Hawaiian Birds (1936) - Color Classics Theatrical Cartoon Series Hawaiian Birds

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A young female bird takes off with a 1930s swing jazz band (the Big City Orioles) to New York from her serene Hawaiian environment. The cartoon turns into a bleak depiction of the Depression in 1930s Manhattan. The bird is thrown out of a swanky jazz club in mid-winter, becomes despondent, and even attempts suicide. But there's a happy ending.

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Two tropical birds are in the process of building their lovenest grass hut when a troup of traveling jazz performers known as the Baltimore Orioles comes along. The female bird becomes hypnotized by the music, and the leader invites her to join his...  (read more)

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