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Have You Got Any Castles? (1938)

Have You Got Any Castles?
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Starring
Mel Blanc Mel Blanc
Town Crier / Praying Baby / Rip Van Winkle / Emily Host / Alladin
The Four Blackbirds The Four Blackbirds
Vocal Group
Delos Jewkes Delos Jewkes
Old King Cole
Tedd Pierce Tedd Pierce
W. C. Fields
Georgia Stark Georgia Stark
Whistler's Mother / Heidi


Written by
Jack Miller Jack Miller
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Release date: 25 June 1938
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"DIR: Frank Tashlin SUMMARY: A series of characters from books come to life after hours in a library. WHY IT'S HERE: One of the books-come-to-life series of cartoons that peaked with Bob Clampett's 'Book Revue', 'Have You Got Any Castles?' is a strong and extremely handsome piece of work. Much of the credit must go to underrated director Frank Tashlin whose work on this short is superb. At this early stage in their history, the Merrie Melodies cartoons were seen as prestige efforts attempting"



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