Has Anybody Here Seen KellyHas Anybody Here Seen Kelly (1926) - Song Car-Tune Theatrical Cartoon Series
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- Song Car-Tune Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
- Traditional Animation
- Inkwell Studios
- Distributed by: Red Seal Pictures, Inc.
- Cartoon Characters: Kelly, KoKo, KoKo Kwartet.
- Directed By Dick Huemer.
- Produced By Max Fleischer.
- Animated By Berny Wolf, Dave Fleischer.
- Originally Released on February 21, 1926.
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 3 minutes.
- Black & White
The film opens with the stock animation of KoKo popping out of the inkwell and drawing a quartet band on a chalk board. The drawing comes to life, marching along to an organ score. KoKo raises a sign, and the cut to a Close-up reveals the title of the specific... (more)
Cartoon Production Information:
This short used an early DeForest sound system for sound. Though a Black & White cartoon, Kelly was tinted green. The Song Car-tunes were only three to four minutes in length. The sound versions consisted of stock animation footage of KoKo... (more)
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