Lillian Roth sings and dances the title song with a Bouncing Ball. Animated sequence: at the cats' barn dance, all have a fine time.

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Lillian Roth sings and dances the title song with a Bouncing Ball. Animated sequence: at the cats' barn dance, all have a fine time.

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3 February 1933 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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Trumpet on soundtrack played by Bob Effros. See more »

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Keep a Little Song Handy
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Music by Sammy Timberg
Played when the cat drinks the punch and when another cat serves ice cream
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Ain't She Sweet is an amusing Max Fleischer Screen Song cartoon from the talkie era
17 March 2008 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

I discovered this rare Max Fleischer Screen Song cartoon on Thad's Animation Blog. It basically takes place in a barn dance inhabited by cats. Many funny gags provided by director Dave Fleischer dominate most of this short like the one where one of the felines puts some punch in a cup and then drinks the rest of the bowl himself! Or another one where a cat uses his tail to grab some food off a plate and then gets it cut off! Then singer Lilian Roth, in live action, appears on screen and sings the title song in her bouncy and bubbly manner that makes her the living embodiment of the tune. Then there's a bizarre animated ending that has to be seen to be believed. Oh, and this one has the original Paramount opening and closing credits. So on that note, I recommended you go to Thad's and watch this short.


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