This film was renamed "Hoppity Goes To Town" after the Fleischer studios closed.
Production lasted from February 5 to mid-November 1941.
The shot of the opening credits, which starts in space and descends to New York City, was produced with a miniature set of the city, consisting of more than 16,000 miniature panes of glass set in wood and plastic models. The set took four months to build.
Songs: "We're the Couple in the Castle," "Katy Did, Katy Didn't" and "I'll Dance at Your Wedding (Honey Dear)," music and lyrics by Hoagy Carmichael and Frank Loesser; "Boy Oh Boy," music and lyrics by Sammy Timberg and Frank Loesser; "Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee," music by Henry I. Marshall, lyrics by Stanley Murphy.
Mr. Bug Goes To Town Production Information
Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.
Alternate Title: "Hoppity Goes To Town."
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