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Jolly Little Elves (1934) - Cartune Theatrical Cartoon Series Jolly Little Elves

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  • Cartune Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
  • Traditional Animation
  • Universal Studios
  • Cartoon Characters: Elves, Shoemaker, Shoemaker's Wife, Queen.
  • Directed By Bill Nolan.
  • Produced By Walter Lantz.
  • Animated By Manuel Moreno, Les Kline, Fred Kopietz.
  • Awards: Academy Award Nominee, Best Short Subject (Cartoon), 1935.
  • Originally Released on October 01, 1934.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 8 minutes.
  • CineColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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The poor old shoemaker and his wife are facing starvation. Yet they extend their kindness to a freezing elf who comes in from the cold, and the three share coffee...  (more)


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Jolly Little Elves was the first "Cartune Classic" made by the Walter Lantz unit at Universal. Although he had produced the color sequence in the feature film "The King of Jazz" (incidentally the earliest use of technicolor in any...  (read more)

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