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Hysterical Highspots In American History

Alternate Title: Hysterical High Spots In American History

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  • Cartune Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Traditional Animation
  • Universal Studios
  • Cartoon Characters: Christopher Colombus, Ponce DeLeon, Pilgrims, Paul Revere, George Washington, Robert Fulton, Samuelle Morse, Thomas Edison,.
  • Directed By Walter Lantz.
  • Produced By Walter Lantz.
  • Animated By Alex Lovy, Verne Harding.
  • Music: Darrell Calker.
  • Originally Released on March 31, 1941.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 6:48 minutes.
  • Technicolor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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A comical twist on the history of America.

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Alternate Title: "Hysterical High Spots In American History."

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