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Tin Pan Alley Cats (Tin Pan Alley Cats) (1943)

Tin Pan Alley Cats
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Starring
Mel Blanc Mel Blanc
Giant Lips / Rubber Band / Hitler / Cat
The Four Dreamers The Four Dreamers
Uncle Tom Cat Mission Singers
Four Spirits of Rhythm Four Spirits of Rhythm
Fats Waller Cat backing vocals
Zoot Watson Zoot Watson
Fats Waller Cat


Written by
Warren Foster Warren Foster
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Tin pan alley cats (1943)

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A jazz cartoon involving a "Fats Waller"-like cat who leaves the "Uncle Tomcat Mission" for the local jazz club.
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"DIR: Bob Clampett SUMMARY: A feline caricature of Fats Waller ignores the warnings of a religious group in favour of the temptations of 'wine, women and song', indulgences which see him blown out of this world all the way to Wackyland. WHY IT'S HERE: As part of the Censored Eleven, along with Clampett's earlier 'Coal Black and De Sebben Dwarfs', 'Tin Pan Alley Cats' is another racially offensive and rarely seen cartoon. However, it also clearly celebrates the vibrant African American culture"