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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Spoofs Siskel & Ebert (1986) See more »

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Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
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At long last...
29 October 2003 | by (Kansas City, MO) – See all my reviews

After years of waiting, I finally had my chance to see "Another Froggy Evening". I first heard of this sequel on Cartoon Network, although they apparently wouldn't show it. I have to admit that I'm disappointed that Warner Bros. has yet to properly release it. I feel as though it should at least be one of those "before the movie" cartoons.

The point of this cartoon falls right along with the original "One Froggy Evening". A poor man finds a singing frog with one of the most beautiful voices in the world. However, the man is blind to the fact that the frog won't sing for anyone but him. Instead of enjoying such a wonderful gift, he tries to exploit Michigan J. Frog for more money, and in doing so spends all of his savings and ruins his life.

"Another Froggy Evening" shows what happened when Michigan J. was found by others (though all bearing a strong resemblance to the man in the first cartoon) throughout time, including a caveman, a charioteer from Rome, and a solider in G. Washington's army. They all fall under the spell of greed and find their lives ruined when the frog won't sing. The moral is this: when you find a gift, enjoy it. Don't try and turn it into something else.


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