Peter Rabbit's mother has him watch his obnoxious baby brother Elmer while she's gone. Peter sings "My Green Fedora", but the baby still acts up afterward so Peter goes out and leaves him alone, unaware that a hungry weasel awaits outside.

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Peter Rabbit's mother has him watch his obnoxious baby brother Elmer while she's gone. Peter sings "My Green Fedora", but the baby still acts up afterward so Peter goes out and leaves him alone, unaware that a hungry weasel awaits outside.

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4 May 1935 (USA)  »

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Referenced in A-Lad-In Bagdad (1938) See more »

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I'm Wearin' My Green Fedora
Written by Joseph Meyer, Al Lewis and Al Sherman
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This is an extremely good cartoon, featuring a parody of Joe Penner.

This is a kitchen-sink cartoon-it has a bit of everything. There's a song serving as the title, the obligatory singing of that song by a character, a celebrity parody (in this case, Joe Penner, a comedian, whose catchphrase, "Wanna buy a duck?" and laugh are probably more familiar than his name is these days), a villain and some very well animated chase sequences. All in all, a rousing good time in this one. Well worth watching. Recommended


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