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The Lion (Felis Leo) (1948)

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The Lion (Felis Leo) was another amusing cartoon from David Hand's Animaland
15 October 2008 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Just watched on the Cartoons, Model Sheets, and Stuff site this: another in the David Hand's Animaland series once again directed by Bert Felstead. This time an English explorer is typing his adventures of the "King of the Beasts" from a cub-when he's reluctantly being chased by an elephant-to a young man with a mane three years later-who then gets chased by his female counterpart while a parrot sings as first, Frank Sinatra, and then Jimmy Durante before his wife knocks him out to finish singing this sequence as the lion is also grabbed by his mate and then finally his failure in capturing a young water buffalo for steak as he angers the boy's father with him once again chasing the now mature lion. But just when he's deemed a loser, he hears the hunter typing and narrating. I think you can guess what happens after that but if you're still wanting to see this rare cartoon, it's on Daily Motion as linked from the Cartoons, Model Sheets, and Stuff site I just mentioned. Pretty amusing especially with the parrot's Sinatra and Durante impersonations.


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