Let It Be Me
A popular radio crooning rooster whisks away an infatuated chicken from her lovestruck boyfriend, though he soon abandons her in the big city without a dime to her name.
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Early version of 1938's "A Star Is Hatched." Bing Crosby tried to stop distribution of this cartoon (and "Bingo Crosbyana") because he was depicted as a "vainglorious coward." In September of... (more)
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