The Shanty Where Santy Claus Lives
A Christmas fable with a twist: on a cold Christmas Eve, a poor little boy wanders through a snowy village to his "shanty" on the other side of the tracks knowing... (more)
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Good example of Depression-era wealth fantasies. This cartoon would later be reworked as "Toyland Broadcast" by Rudolf Ising in 1934, following his move to MGM. Kate Smith is caricatured, and a... (more)
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Typical Early '30s Musical
|Comments By: mojosam|
Typical sort of cartoon with lots of singing and sight gags. I was thrown a bit when Santa took the little waif up to the north pole and put him in the empty workshop. I thought that must be how Santa gets his labor force. The toys were already made,... (read more)
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