The magazines and books in a drugstore come to life and sing the title song, among others. Some celebrities shown: Will Rogers, Sonja Henie, Kay Kyser; like most of this genre, there's an ... See full summary »

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The magazines and books in a drugstore come to life and sing the title song, among others. Some celebrities shown: Will Rogers, Sonja Henie, Kay Kyser; like most of this genre, there's an extended crime sequence, with bad guys breaking into the cash register and Sherlock Holmes on the case. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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Follows Three's a Crowd (1932) See more »

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It's Time to Sing 'Sweet Adeline' Again
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Music by Sammy Fain
Lyrics by Al Boasberg and Benny Davis
Sung by a chorus during the Hawaii sequence
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One of the "covers come to life" type of cartoon.

There were quite a few cartoons built around the premise of covers coming to life on books/magazines at a bookstore/newsstand. They generally had caricatures of stars of the period and/or fictional characters, as is the case here. There's usually a villan, which allows for good guys and chase scenes and a song or three gets sung. This is an early example and though it has moments, it isn't as good as some of the others. Well worth seing anyway. Recommended to anyone who likes the old black and white cartoons


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