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Hey-Hey Fever

Hey-Hey Fever

Hey-Hey Fever (1935) - Happy Harmonies Theatrical Cartoon Series Hey-Hey Fever

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  • 1935
  • Harman-Ising Productions
  • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Happy Harmonies Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Bosko, Honey, Mother Goose, Little Boy Blue, Old King Cole.
  • Vocal Talent: Carman Maxwell (Bosko), Rochelle Hudson (Honey).
  • Directed By Hugh Harman.
  • Produced By Hugh Harman, Rudolf Ising.
  • Music By Scott Bradley.

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Cartoon Summary:

In this musical extravaganza, Bosko goes to Mother Goose Land and advocates a back-to-the-land cure for the Depression! Bosko and Bruno have had a hard day fishing, and they are tired and hungry. Bosko gives Bruno his last scrap of bread, and he lies down to take...  (more)

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Colorful, If Clichéd, Bosko Short


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Hey-Hey Fever is a fairly typical animated short from the period. With America in the thick of the Great Depression, its message of working together to grow enough food for the community would be inspiring and timely. It's interesting to view the...  (read more)

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