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Merry Mannequins

Merry Mannequins (1937) - A Color Rhapsody Theatrical Cartoon Series Merry Mannequins

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Columbia Pictures Corporation Ub Iwerks Charles Mintz Eddie Kilfeather, Joe De Nat
  • 1937
  • Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • A Color Rhapsody Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Dressmakers' Dummies.
  • Directed By Ub Iwerks.
  • Produced By Charles Mintz.
  • Written By Sid Marcus.

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Art Deco-style fun animation. The premise is the wedding of two department store dummies. When bride and groom mannequins come to life in a store window (via the...  (more)

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This is the best of Columbia's entries in the Inanimate Objects Come to Life genre. Taking place in a department store at night, clothes display forms Mary Mannequin and Dan Dummy are hit by Cupid's arrow, court to the tune of "I'm...  (read more)

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Merry Mannequins is a remake of sorts of
SKELETON DANCE made eight years before for Walt Disney. In this case, store mannequins come to life and dance in a rubber hose animation style similar to the Disney landmark. It is interesting that for this period...  (read more)

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