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Parrotville Old Folks

Parrotville Old Folks (1935) - Rainbow Parade Theatrical Cartoon Series Parrotville Old Folks

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  • Rainbow Parade Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Walter O.Gutlohn, Inc.
  • Cartoon Characters: Matron Birdkins, Captain, Friend, Old Folks.
  • Originally Released in 1935.
  • CineColor
  • Running Time: 7:12 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Matron Birdkins phones to invite the Captain and his friend to the Old Folks Home to play some music and dance. Snow-covered and carrying their instruments, they arrive to be greeted by Matron Birdkins. Being cold inside, they put wood on the fire before playing and singing to the old folk. They enjoy a hearty meal and continue to party on, with the Captain's friend flung into a wall and having a clock fall onto him. His mishap amuses the old folk, who laugh.

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Not sure what they were trying to say with this one, other than old folks have their own fun, but the designs weren't that good.

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