The iceman is in love with a pretty girl, and an old spinster is pining and cooking for him. But his dreamgirl prefers crooners like Bing Crosby, Rudy Vallee, or Eddie Cantor. After leaving... See full summary »

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The iceman is in love with a pretty girl, and an old spinster is pining and cooking for him. But his dreamgirl prefers crooners like Bing Crosby, Rudy Vallee, or Eddie Cantor. After leaving her, he spots the sign of an imitator, and thinks he could ask him to do the crooning for him while he is trying to date his girl. The imitator accepts, and at first the trick is working, until the imitator gets too cold amid the ice in the back of the van and the girl gets suspicious. Written by Stephan Eichenberg <eichenbe@fak-cbg.tu-muenchen.de>

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18 May 1937 (USA)  »

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Je n'ai d'yeux que pour toi  »

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This film short is included as an extra in the Warner DVD of Dames (1934) in its 1995 dubbed version. See more »


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Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet
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Music by Percy Wenrich
Played by Prof. Mockingbird at the invisible pipe organ
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Mel Blanc was just around the corner
10 July 2007 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

"I Only Have Eyes for You" in one sense seems like a relic of the days when the Warner Bros. cartoons were just breaking out of the Disney mold but hadn't yet gotten all the way. It portrays an iceman having the hots for a woman who only likes crooners, so he hires a professional imitator to sing like them while the iceman can pretend to sing. Sure enough, the whole plan eventually blows up in their faces. If anything, the iceman was asking for it, given that he was using the imitator as a mere means (that is, using someone so as only to benefit oneself).

I notice that one of the voice artists is Joe Dougherty, who provided Porky Pig's voice before Mel Blanc (and one can hear a Porky-style stutter in the iceman's voice). Mel of course joined the animation studio not long after this, and I would say that his arrival cemented their break away from the Disney mold.

Worth seeing, if only once.


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