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Darling Nelly Gray

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The bouncing ball accompanies KoKo the Clown and other members of the KoKo Kwartet as they perform the Old South Negro folk song "Darling Nelly Gray."

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Silent cartoon. The Song Car-tunes were only three to four minutes in length. The sound versions consisted of stock animation footage of KoKo jumping out of the ink bottle and going to a black...  (more)

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This is one of the early sound releases, and begins with the stock animation
of KO-KO leaping out of the inkwell, and drawing a quartet on a chalkboard that comes to life, accompanied by organ music.
Ko-Ko raises a sign board announcing the title song....  (read more)
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