The World's Fair, as imagined by the Max Fleischer animation studio.

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Margie Hines ...
Mirandy (voice) (uncredited)
Jack Mercer ...
Elmer (voice) (uncredited)
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The World's Fair, as imagined by the Max Fleischer animation studio.

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26 August 1938 (USA)  »

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Zum Besten stehts beim Besten  »

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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The lady has eyebrows penciled on when she goes into the robotic Beauty Parlor and has her makeover done. This was the fad at the time. See more »

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World's at the Fair
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Music by Sammy Timberg
Lyrics by Edward Heyman
Sung during the opening credits by an off-screen chorus
Variations played often throughout
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Completely charming from start to finish!
23 January 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

"All's Fair at the Fair" is a wonderful example of the sort of cartoons Fleischer Brothers Studio was capable of back in the day. While today they're mostly known for the incredibly formulaic and predictable Popeye cartoons, they also made a wide variety of other cartoons--and a few of which are real gems...like this film.

The film is about a couple of oldsters who go to the new World's Fair (exactly WHERE it never says). It's a completely insane fair--with robots doing all sorts of amazing things, beauty treatments that will take decades off your looks and cars that come out of vending machines. It's all very silly and quite charming. Most importantly, it holds up very well today and shows the sort of high hopes folks had back then when it came to the fairs. Well worth seeing and available for free download at archive.org.


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