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The Cookie Carnival (1935)

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Cookies, cakes, and other desserts march in a parade. A gingerbread girl cries because she has nothing to wear; a gingerbread man dresses her up, and she is named cookie queen.

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Cookies, cakes, and other desserts march in a parade. A gingerbread girl cries because she has nothing to wear; a gingerbread man dresses her up, and she is named cookie queen.

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25 May 1935 (USA)  »

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(RCA Victor High Fidelity Sound System)

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Leaves you craving for cookies and sweets afterwards!
22 September 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This imaginative and absolutely delightful silly symphony indeed leaves you craving for cookies and sweets. The animation is beautiful, with stunning backgrounds and fine character animation. When I saw those cakes my mouth was watering, and I was literally like, "gimme, gimme!" There is also some wonderful music; almost the whole silly symphony is told in song, but you don't really care because this is just a sheer delight. The lead characters are great, the scene when the gingerbread boy transforms the girl was such a creative moment. The girl very sweet, and the gingerbread boy(voiced by the wonderful Pinto Colvig) is so likable, that I think he wholly deserved his award at the end of the short. Overall, just delightful! 10/10 Bethany Cox


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