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The Tears Of An Onion

The Tears Of An Onion

The Tears Of An Onion (1938) - Color Classics Theatrical Cartoon Series The Tears Of An Onion

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Fleischer Studios Dave Fleischer Max Fleischer, Adolph Zukor
  • 1938
  • Fleischer Studios
  • Paramount Studios
  • Color Classics Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Onion, Vegetable Children, Crow.
  • Directed By Dave Fleischer.
  • Produced By Max Fleischer.
    Executive Producer: Adolph Zukor.
  • Animated By Dave Tendlar, Joe Oriolo.

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None of the other vegetable children will have anything to do with the Little Onion, except for the cute Little Peach who has a cold. Suddenly, a Crow invades the...  (more)

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This is a cute little sotry about a group of vegetable children playing in a garden. None of them want to play with the Little Onion though. Then the Little Peach comes along, skipping role and offers to play with the Little Onion. All is fine until his...  (read more)

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