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Morning, Noon and Night (1933)

To the tune of Rubinoff and his orchestra, Betty Boop and feathered friends try to save a baby bird from the booze-swilling Tom Kats Club.

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To the tune of Rubinoff and his orchestra, Betty Boop and feathered friends try to save a baby bird from the booze-swilling Tom Kats Club.

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Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna (Ein Morgen, ein Mittag, ein Abend in Wien)
Music by Franz von Suppé
Played throughout the picture by David Rubinoff and his orchestra
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Good cartoon built around classical music
27 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

This short features Rubinoff, who was on the Eddie Cantor radio program, basically the equivalent of a cross between what Ed McMahon and Doc Severinson were for Johnny Carson. The animation is good, even if the storyline was a bit long in the tooth even in 1933. Enjoyable for the sight gags. Well worth watching. In print and available. Recommended.


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