Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing (1934)

Animation, Short, Music


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15 August 2013 | boblipton
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This is a typically excellent Fleischer Screen Song from the period. This time it is about the novelty song as performed by Artie Dunn and Les Reis, two performers I have not heard of before. They sing the first verse and the chorus two or three times, filling in the spaces with mugging. One puts on a mustache and does an Italian accent, the other a hat and a Jewish accent.

The animated story that precedes and follows the performance is a fine little one-shot, about three hungry kittens who wander around trying to eat birds. Dave Fleischer liked to stuff a lot of gags into his cartoon, and here the visceral nature of the jokes stands in fine contrast to the mildly saccharine lyrics. As usual, the arc of action -- it's a little overblown to refer to what goes on as a plot -- speeds up nicely throughout. Fans of the series will have a great time and people who don't know the Fleischer Screen Songs will smile broadly.

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Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing
Music by
Tolchard Evans
Lyrics by Stanley Damerell and Robert Hargreaves
Played during the opening credits and at the end
Sung by Les Reis and Artie Dunn (as Arty Dunn)



Animation | Short | Music


Release Date:

9 February 1934



Country of Origin


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