Little Audrey, while fishing, falls to the bottom of the sea, where she encounters all types of sea-life and then is arrested by the local fish-constable. She is tried by a jury of sardines... See full summary »

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Jackson Beck ...
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Little Audrey / Little Fishes (voice) (uncredited)
Sid Raymond ...
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Little Audrey, while fishing, falls to the bottom of the sea, where she encounters all types of sea-life and then is arrested by the local fish-constable. She is tried by a jury of sardines who find her guilty, and she is sentenced to the 'eelectric chair." She makes an escape attempt, and wakes up to find it has all been a dream. She has a nibble on her fishing line and reels in a small fish, which she quickly returns to the water. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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29 January 1954 (USA)  »

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A Very Cute Famous Studios Short!
29 December 2003 | by (Arlington, Virginia) – See all my reviews

I loved this cartoon short! I have seen old "Little Audrey" and "Little Lulu" shorts, and I understand that Audrey was originally created to be a replacement for Lulu to save on licensing fees. Although Audrey never got to be as popular as Lulu, "The Seapreme Court" is very entertaining in its storyline and graphic quality. This cartoon is sort of "Finding Nemo-esqe" in it's style. It's a shame more "Audrey" cartoons weren't made.

Another adorable "Little Audrey" short is "Tarts and Flowers" where Audrey finds herself in Cakeland!


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