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And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street (1944)





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Edited into In Search of Dr. Seuss (1994) See more »

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Pal Deserves Better DVD Representation
30 January 2005 | by (Vero Beach, Florida) – See all my reviews

Unfortunately, the only place this classic, Academy-Award-nominated short can be seen at all is that it is excerpted - in short snippets - in the "In Search of Dr. Seuss" video.

While Arnold Leibovit's excellent "The Puppetoon Movie" has many of Pal's greatest Puppetoon/"Madcap Models" shorts - and the extended version DVD has a dozen additional shorts(!) - the Dr. Seuss shorts are sadly lacking. I, and indeed many animation aficionados, would LOVE to eventually see "The Complete Puppetoons" in a DVD collection. (The auspices of a "complete" collection might be the only way to get many of the "Jasper" shorts out there as they tend to be controversial - though if Disney can present complete collections as part of their "Disney Treasures" and apologize for potentially offensive material with a little disclaimer from Leonard Maltin, I'm sure the same could be done on George Pal's behalf.)

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