Synopsis for the Theatrical Cartoon The Big Flame-Up

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The Big Flame-Up (1949) - Screen Songs Theatrical Cartoon Series The Big Flame-Up

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Cartoon Summary:

Singalong with spot gags about firefighting. The Fire-Proof Storage Company building is ablaze, and Tim Turtle, on duty at the firehouse, awakens his charges to go on duty. They do valiant battle against the inferno, and are opposed by a formidable band of spritely flame creatures who make the job harder. It soon breaks into a singalong. The flames chase the animals back to the firehouse. The animals trap the flames in the firehouse, but "There'll Be a Hot Time In the Old Town Tonight" at the finale as the firehouse burns down.

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