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Jasper In A Jam

Jasper In A Jam

Jasper In A Jam (1946) - Puppetoons Theatrical Cartoon Series Jasper In A Jam

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  • Puppetoons Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
  • Stop-motion Animation
  • Paramount Pictures
  • Distributed by: Paramount Pictures
  • Cartoon Characters: Jasper, Indian, Totem Pole, Harp.
  • Voice Actors: Peggy Lee.
  • Directed By George Pal.
  • Produced By George Pal.
  • Music: Charlie Barnet.
  • Originally Released on October 18, 1946.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 7:39 minutes.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


It's raining in Harlem, and little Jasper is caught in a pawnshop at midnight. All the musical instruments come to life and play jazz! He is captured by a totem...  (more)

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Stop-motion animation.

Features jazz music by Charlie Barnet and Orchestra with vocals by Peggy Lee.


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This cartoon has good swing/jazz music and ethnic characters are only minimally stereotyped--there's even an African-American cop! And Jasper's accent is more regional than "mushmouf' ", while his reactions are pure cartoon-kid of...  (read more)

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