When the toymaker goes to bed, the toys come to life for a hot swing session. Of course, they sing and dance a Tin Pan Alley tune of the day. The evil spider... (more)
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This cartoon is included as an extra on the home DVD of "Cimarron" (1931). Soundtrack: "Red-Headed Baby," Music by J. Fred Coots, Lyrics by... (more)
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Merrie Melody No. 6, 1931
|Comments By: constiffs|
Not a "classic" short, per se, but it is notable for being the first Merrie Melody to depart from any starring character and present done-in-one stories. Another amusing trifle from the time period has an elderly toymaker leaving his new red-headed... (read more)
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