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Bernice Hansen ...
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9 March 1936 (USA)  »

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One in a Million
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Music by Louis Alter
Played when the fire alarm rings and the trousers come to life
Also played when Ham and Ex wreak havoc in the fire engine
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Two (Too) nasty kids at the Fire House
14 April 2005 | by (Bandirma) – See all my reviews

2 puppets are left to their uncle's attention who works at the Fire house.

They are so spoiled and they do nasty things.

You observe some scenes of child abuse, which are not acceptable for our time. But back then it would have been OK to physically punish children in 1935.

It is a good movie just to see how far animation industry has developed so far.

It is a short one and I recommend you too see it if you have time or encounter it on TV.


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