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Little Dutch Mill (1934) - Color Classics Theatrical Cartoon Series Little Dutch Mill

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  • Color Classics Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Paramount Studios
  • Cartoon Characters: Hans, Gretel, Duck, Miser, Townspeople.
  • Originally Released in 1934.
  • TechniColor (Two-Strip)
  • Running Time: 8:33 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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The scene painted on a Dutch plate sitting in a china cabinet comes to life. It's a simple tale of a Dutch Hans(el) and Gretel and their pet duck, who play around a mill inhabited by the town miser. The miser catches the children spying on him as he counts his gold and ties them up, threatening to burn their tongues out.

The duck alerts the townspeople, and they clean up the old mill and the miser. In the process, the miser realizes that all his gold did not bring him happiness.

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The third entry in Fleischer's color series is about a Dutch Hans(el) and Gretel who play around an old windmill with their pet duck. The windmill is inhabited by the local miser who hasn't baithed, cut his hair beard finger and toe nails for years....  (read more)

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