Previous Cartoon | Next Cartoon

Suddenly It's Spring Cartoon Picture
Buy Suddenly It's Spring on DVD
Suddenly It's Spring

Suddenly It's Spring

Suddenly It's Spring (1944) - Noveltoons Theatrical Cartoon Series Suddenly It's Spring

BCDB Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars 3.5/5 Stars from 3 users.
Vote Now!
Post your Comments or Review
This page has been viewed 32 times this month, and 1989 times total.

  • Noveltoons Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Paramount Studios
  • Cartoon Characters: Raggedy Ann, Nancy, Mr. Zero, Cloudy, Breezy, Sun, Doctor, Mother, Toys, Books.
  • Originally Released in 1944.
  • TechniColor
  • Running Time: 10:02 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


I'm sorry, there's not much more that I can do for Nancy, says a doctor. The doctor suggests that the best doctor for Nancy would be the sun.

Nancy's Raggedy Ann doll then begins to cry, along with the other toys in the room. Raggedy Ann comes to life, and the toys discuss Nancy's dire situation.

The sun hasn't been out all month. A book suggests they visit the sun, so Raggedy Ann agrees to let a kite take her to see the sun.

The kite and Raggedy Ann go to visit the sun. Raggedy Ann explains Nancy's situation to the sun. The sun explains that this time of the year, the sun doesn't even shine bright on my old Kentucky home.

According to the sun, unless Cloudy can move out of the way, there's nothing he can do. The sun suggests that Raggedy Ann visit Cloudy.

Cloudy hears Raggedy Ann's explanation of Nancy's situation. Unfortunately, he can't move until Breezy moves him.

Breezy says he can't do anything as long as snow is around. Breezy refers Raggedy Ann to Mr. Zero.

Mr. Zero isn't as cooperative as the other entities. He says he won't do anything because there are two weeks left in winter. He refuses to cooperate. Raggedy Ann is upset and starts to cry and sing a song.

Mr. Zero changes his mind, and the ball starts to roll. The wind blows the clouds away, and the sun comes out and Nancy gets better. The doctor says it must have been a miracle.

Submit Additional Information:


Do you have anything to add to this page? Have we made any mistakes... or do you ahve any additional information about Suddenly It's Spring? If so, we would love to hear from you. Please send us a quick note with your additions or corrections to this page, and we will make the corrections as soon as possible!

Report Errors / Submit Additional Information

Cartoon Comments:


Below are comments about this cartoon submitted by people who have seen this show. Take a look and see what others have said about Suddenly It's Spring. We want to know what you think, too!! Feel free to share your own opinion- we do want to hear from you! You can add your own comments here.

Suddenly It's Spring

Comments By:
Note, print reviewed was in monochrome and had U.M.&M. opening titles. Apparantly, the print had faded so badly that it turned beet red, and the public domain video company showed it in sepia toned. At first, I thought the cartoon was produced in black...  (read more)

5 of 9 people found this comment useful
Was this comment useful to you?


Mobile:


Yes! We have a mobile site. Click here for the Mobile Version of Suddenly It's Spring