Ziegfeld FolliesZiegfeld Follies (1945) Feature Length Theatrical FilmFeature Length Theatrical Animated Film by Dave Koch
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- Feature Film with Animated SegmentsFeatureLive-Action
- Live-Action Film with an Animated Title Sequence
- Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
- Cartoon Characters: (Live Action) Fred Astaire, Raffles, Tai Long, Lucille Ball, Princess, Moy Ling, Norma, The Star, Kathryn Grayson, Lena Horne, Alfredo, Lawyer's Client, J. Newton Numbskull, Esther Williams, Florenz Ziegfeld Jr., Lawyer, Violetta, Dance Specialty, Monty, Martin, Chinese Gentleman, Telephone Voice, Virginia O'Brien, Caller, The Puppets, Countess, Woman Who Gets Her Man Taken, Tall Woman, Lieutenant, Duchess, Major-Domo, Extra Man, Butler, Major-Domo's Assistant, Roping, Twirling Act, Flirt, Warden, Rooster, Porky, Bar Singer, Costermonger, Count, Texan, Telephone Operator, Telegraph Boy, Dyspeptic, Girl, Gentlemen, Specialties (Scenes Deleted), Chorus Boys, Masked Men, Club Patrons, Dancers, Ziegfeld Girls, Judges, Subway Policemen.
- Voice Actors: (Live Action) Fred Astaire.
- Directed By Lemuel Ayers, Roy Del Ruth, Robert Lewis, Vincente Minnelli, Merrill Pye; more Directors ...
- Produced By Arthur Freed.
- Animated By Lou Bunin, Lou Chuten.
- Written By John Murray Anderson, Lemuel Ayers, Peter Barr, Guy Bolton, Allen Boretz, Irving Brecher, Eddie Cantor, Erik Charell, Harry Crane; more Writers ...
- Awards: Best Musical Comedy, Vincente Minnelli, Cannes Film Festival, 1947.
- Music: Roger Edens, Lennie Hayton, Conrad Salinger.
- Editor: Albert Akst.
- Originally Released on August 13, 1945.
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 110 minutes.
Heaven's harps and wings are nice, but what showman extraordinaire Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. wants most now that he's no longer on Earth is to put on another extravaganza. It would have the brightest stars and creative talents. The most glamour, gams and optimism. In... (more)
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Live-action film with puppet-animated opening sequence by Lou Bunin, best known for his 1949 film Alice Au Pays Des Merveilles (Alice in Wonderland), which combined puppet animation and live action. Bunin was hired by MGM producer Arthur Freed to... (more)
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