A tour of the garden, where every flower dances or plays a tune, especially today, since it's the flower pageant (which looks a lot like the Rose Parade). A series of floats, including the ... See full summary »

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A tour of the garden, where every flower dances or plays a tune, especially today, since it's the flower pageant (which looks a lot like the Rose Parade). A series of floats, including the Scottish Heather in kilts and two firefly brake lights. Fire strikes as a badly placed magnifying glass ignites a match. The flowers do what they can to fight it, but the fire manages to get through the sprinkler. Finally, some watermelons put out most of the fire, with a grasshopper spitting tobacco juice at the last bit. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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20 November 1935 (USA)  »

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Cveće za damu  »

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Edited into September in the Rain (1937) See more »

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Music by J.S. Zamecnik
Played when the snail runs and when the cactus turns on the sprinkler
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contrary to what Phil Ochs sang...
6 August 2007 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

In one of Friz Freleng's early cartoons, a bunch of flowers have a big parade, complete with floats. I of course was half expecting there to be an "Animal House"-style finale, but something uglier happened. As this was in the early days of Warner Bros. animation, we needn't expect any of the full-scale wackiness that characterized their work in the '40s and '50s. But either way, it's a worthy look into the beginning of what would soon be one of the most popular cartoon series of all time. It's available on YouTube, but has probably been altered a little: the YouTube version starts with the zooming WB shield, whereas the 1935 cartoons began with the credits against a plain background (and ended with a court jester saying "That's all, folks!").


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