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The Bon Bon Parade (1935)

A boy, attracted by the same confectionery display that attracts a fly, goes inside and starts eating. A cherub, threatened by him, offers a wish, and the kid asks to live in candyland full... See full summary »

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A boy, attracted by the same confectionery display that attracts a fly, goes inside and starts eating. A cherub, threatened by him, offers a wish, and the kid asks to live in candyland full time. A train takes him there, where a cupcake king greets him and we see a lavish parade of various goodies, including another group of three cherubs that parody the Three Stooges. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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5 December 1935 (USA)  »

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The Three Stooges are caricatured as Valentine candy cherubs. See more »

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Another great "Color Rhapsody" cartoon from Columbia
26 January 2017 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I thought this is another great "Color Rhapsody" cartoon from Columbia to me. It is about a poor orphan boy who is magically transported to Candy Town, as it was his wish granted by a candy cherub in return for not eating him. Anyway in Candy Town, the king and all the citizens throw a welcome parade for the boy.

Like those who had seen this cartoon, I love the floats for Valentine's, Easter and Christmas treats. Though the animators left out a float for Halloween candy, but of course the film is 8 minutes long. I also love the "Waddley,Waddley, Waddley Woo," that sounded funny to me. Now I don't know what else I like about this cartoon, except that I love it.


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