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I Love to Singa (1936)

I Love to Singa
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Tommy Bond Tommy Bond
Owl Jolson
Johnnie Davis Johnnie Davis
Owl Jolson
Joe Dougherty Joe Dougherty
Stuttering Bird
Bernice Hansen Bernice Hansen
Fat Chicken Singer


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A spoof of Al Jolson's "The Jazz Singer," a strict piano teaching owl is cursed with a son who "loves to singa," but only jazz.
Release date: 18 July 1936
Tags: Animation (2), Short Film (1), 1936 (1), (1), Comedy (1), Music (1), Animated (1), Usa (1), Family (1), Musical (1), Parody (1), Short (1), 1930s (1)
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"DIR: Tex Avery SUMMARY: In a parody of 'The Jazz Singer', a young owl upsets his father with his determination to sing jazz in favour of a more classical approach. WHY IT'S HERE: Tex Avery's 'I Love to Singa' is a cartoon which confounds expectations about both Avery's work and Warner Bros. cartoons in general. At this early stage in their development, the Merrie Melodies series of cartoons were an attempt to rival the prestige colour cartoons of Walt Disney, often by emulating them. Thus 'I"



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