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Bold King Cole (1936)

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Felix the Cat is perched in a tree playing his guitar and serenading himself and a canary with a little ditty called "Nature and Me." It is a beautiful day in cartoon-land but Mother Nature... See full summary »

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Felix the Cat is perched in a tree playing his guitar and serenading himself and a canary with a little ditty called "Nature and Me." It is a beautiful day in cartoon-land but Mother Nature, perhaps not a music lover, whips up a lightning-laden thunderstorm and Felix is soon seeking shelter. He finds it at the castle of King Cole, a boastful, fabricating blow-hard. The King's ancestors, tired of hearing the braggart, come out of their pictures as ghostly specters and take the King to the dungeon and pump the gassy hot-air out of him. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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29 May 1936 (USA)  »

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Featured in Futurama: Mother's Day (2000) See more »

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We're Not Afraid of Anything
Written by Winston Sharples
Sung by Felix the Cat and Old King Cole
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Likable enough, I suppose, but without the magic of the black and white silents.
27 August 2002 | by (Tucson AZ) – See all my reviews

Although this is a decent enough cartoon, the later, color, shorts done by Van Beuren studios lack the magic and charm of the black and white silents done almost 15-20 years earlier. The studio did the best they could, but production values and a lack of cohesion make these curios rather than gems. Worth watching. Recommended to fans and for kids.


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