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The Bon Bon Parade (1935)

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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... 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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Impressive For Its Age
24 November 2013 | by See all my reviews

Right smack-dab in the middle of a depression, a mere four or five years or so after talkies began, we get the simplest of cartoons with a poor child who wishes to go to candy land, so away he goes on the wish of a cupid.

All the depictions would be described as sickly sweet, but they are definitely old-timey enchanting.

This is the second appearance of 'the stooges' I've seen in one of these old Columbia cartoons. If you ask me, its a bit of a stretch to call them the stooges (one long-haired redhead, one dark-haired fellow and for the strangest reasons, there seems to be some confusion on the color of Curly's bald head).

Nevertheless, by the time St. Nick appears as the bowl of red gelatin, the enchantment is complete and the cartoon ends before it continues on too long.


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