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Neptune Nonsense (1936) - Rainbow Parade Theatrical Cartoon Series Neptune Nonsense

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  • 1936
  • Van Beuren Studios
  • RKO Radio Pictures
  • Rainbow Parade Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Felix the Cat, King Neptune, Annabelle, Octopus, Electric Eel, Mermaid.
  • Vocal Talent: Walter Tetley.
  • Directed By Burt Gillett, Tom Palmer.
  • Produced By Amadee J. Van Beuren.
  • Music By Wnston Sharples.

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Felix begins his day by feeding his pair of birds and his two puppies. When he comes to his pet goldfish Annabelle, he finds her very lonely, as she doesn't have a mate. Felix goes fishing to try to find a companion for her. A powerful swordfish pulls him to the...  (more)

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Felix goes fishing for a companion for his goldfish and ends up sucked down into King Neptune's world. The lovely, restored version on "Cartoon Crazys" (WinStar Home Entertainment, 1997) does justice to all the hard work that went into...  (read more)

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