Cholly Polly (1942) - Phantasy Theatrical Cartoon Series

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Cholly Polly

Cholly Polly (1942) - Phantasy Theatrical Cartoon Series Cholly Polly

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  • Phantasy Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
  • Traditional Animation
  • Screen Gems
  • Distributed by: Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • Cartoon Characters: Parrot, Cat, Dog.
  • Directed By Alec Geiss.
  • Animated By Chic Otterstrom.
  • Music: Paul Worth.
  • Originally Released on December 18, 1942.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 6:27 minutes.
  • Production Number: 4219
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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A ranting Hitler-wannabe parrot, tries to cause trouble between two friends, a peaceful housecat and a dog, using the book "Mein Kramp" as a guide ("Sow suspicion/Create trouble/Divide & conquer"), with disastrous results. After going at each other's throats for...  (more)

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I started watching this cartoon about 1952 when I was 7 or 8 years old. My Dad had a 8mm copy along with a neat old projector. The film had no sound and was captioned so I must have been able to read at that time. We watched this cartoon many, many times. I...  (read more)

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