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A pastiche of Busby Berkeley's musical extravaganzas. Hicksville celebrates the arrival of Miss Glory. Abner, the Hicksville hotel bellhop, falls asleep waiting...  (more)

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This cartoon (particularly the sequence involving the big-city waiters) is drawn in the style of New Yorker magazine. Termite Terrace staffers Melvin Millar, Robert Cannon, Bob Clampett, Tex Avery...  (more)

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Very nice 1936 Vitaphone Technicolor cartoon; for mature teens/adults. Abner was a lucky kid to dream this! Sorry to say that this 'toon is not yet available in it's full "glory" from WB. (As far as I know) Maybe WB is holding this...  (read more)
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In the mid 1930's Cosmopolitan Productions, a W. R. Hearst subsidiary for the purpose of producing and promoting Marion Davies, moved from M.G.M. to Warner Brothers. Page Miss Glory was the title of a feature film starring Miss Davies and this cartoon...  (read more)
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I think this was the first use of abstract backgrounds in cartoons, something that Chuck Jones and UPA would run with soon afterwards.
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"Page Miss Glory" is rated: -1.9 out of 5 stars (There have been 19 votes so far.)
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