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Pop Goes Your Heart (1934)

A robin sings, and the vegetation turns spring-like, followed by some more action by birds and bees. A grasshopper teaches his sons to chew and spit tobacco. Two spiders play the title tune... See full summary »

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Friz Freleng (as Isadore Freleng)
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A robin sings, and the vegetation turns spring-like, followed by some more action by birds and bees. A grasshopper teaches his sons to chew and spit tobacco. Two spiders play the title tune on their web; some worms animate some apples to the tune; a chorus of frogs sings. Beavers play tennis, using spider webs as a net and their tails as racquets. A bear on the prowl is rebuffed by a turtle, then traps several beavers in a tree. They drop a beehive on him; he rolls down a hay-covered hillside, landing amid a farmer's mounds of hay; the farmer tosses the bear-stack into his "bailer", and the bear turns into a walking hay bale. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 December 1934 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Pop Goes My Heart See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (2-strip Technicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Soundtracks

Pop! Goes Your Heart
(uncredited)
Music by Allie Wrubel
Lyrics by Mort Dixon
Played during the opening credits and often in the score
Sung by the frogs
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The performance of the title song-by frogs, yet-is great!
14 May 2002 | by llltdesqSee all my reviews

This is another of the shorts the animators at Warner Brothers made taking a song to use as a title and to build the animation around. The rendition of the title song as sung by frogs is priceless. Given the fact that they had access to the Warner Brothers song catalog and the studio saw the use of the material as a good investment, music was a key element in the animation department's work and also led to some wonderful shorts. Well worth seeking out. Recommended.


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