Michigan J. Frog is shown to have caused problems throughout history to those greedy souls who try to exploit him.

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Michigan J. Frog is shown to have caused problems throughout history to those greedy souls who try to exploit him.

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Theatrically released in the USA with City of Angels (1998). See more »

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Michigan J. Frog is depicted as being the size of a normal sized frog, however at the end of the cartoon he is the same size as Marvin the Martian when they sing their duet. See more »

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References Feed the Kitty (1952) See more »

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The Prisoner's Song
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Music and Lyrics by Guy Massey
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Siskel and Ebert at the Coliseum
23 December 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This has the amazing singing frog, Michigan, who plies his talents throughout history, then fails to make a noise when put on display. He starts with a caveman, moves to the days of Rome and Caesarus Salad, then the American Revolution. In each case, his discoverer is greatly disappointed and in at least one case, killed. The frog is a concert hall star and a crooner. Why he does what he does we will never know. Suffice it to say that he attacks avarice in his own way. Then one day, he does meet the figure he is looking for. This is one of those surreal films that has history repeating itself. There are numerous sight gags that we see and we will never be disappointed with this presentation.


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