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 brief animation clip from Red-Headed Baby is reused from the toy scene.
This cartoon is included as an extra on the DVD of "Lady Killer" (1933).
Soundtrack: "In the Shanty Where Santy Claus Lives," Written by Harry M. Woods; "Silent Night, Holy Night," Music by Franz Gruber, Lyrics by Joseph Mohr, Performed by Studio Chorus; "Jingle Bells," Written by James Pierpont, Performed by Studio Orchestra; "Shine On, Harvest Moon," Music by Nora Bayes, Lyrics by Jack Norworth.
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Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.
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