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Snow Foolin' (1949)

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Various animals prepare for winter and enjoy a variety of winter sports. A hen invites us to follow her bouncing egg and sing along to Jingle Bells. Finally, a turtle dispenses hot coffee to a bird on her nest.

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Rabbit / Skunk / Mouse / Swan / Kangeroo (voice) (uncredited)
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Hen, Mama Bird (voice) (uncredited)
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Turtle (voice) (uncredited)
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Various animals prepare for winter and enjoy a variety of winter sports. A hen invites us to follow her bouncing egg and sing along to Jingle Bells. Finally, a turtle dispenses hot coffee to a bird on her nest.

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16 December 1949 (USA)  »

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Vihdoinkin on talvi!  »

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This was one of the last "sing-a-long" cartoons produced by Paramount, featuring the "bouncing ball" progression through the song lyrics. The song, "Jingle Bells", is performed with the rarely heard second and third verses of the holiday classic. See more »

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The coffee-selling turtle speaks with a completely different voice in his last line. See more »


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Bizarre
11 August 2004 | by (Cedar Rapids, IA, USA) – See all my reviews

This cartoon starts with a bunch of animals putting on their winter coats and quickly gives way to lots of animals skating and what appears to be body-slalom with various happenings which I suppose were supposed to be jokes, but I didn't find very funny.

Then, a kangaroo tells to follow the bouncing egg we're suddenly in a bizarre sing-along version of Jingle Bells. The amazing part about this is they do all the verses, then a little more skating, then it's over. There's no real plot, not even a slapstick joke-plot and the gags were all done better in other cartoons of the era. Certainly odd and interesting to people who are into early (pre-TV) animation, but not going to be a holiday classic anytime soon.


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