I Love to Singa (1936)

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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.


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Tex Avery

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7 April 2004 | mchotsie
Just saw this cartoon for the first time last night and it was one of the best ones I have ever seen. The expressions on the owl's face throughout, the music, and the humor are all fantastic. Besides the fact that I adore the main tune "I Love to Singa", this cartoon is extremely endearing. If you've seen the episode of South Park where Cartman is slightly possessed and throughout the episode he keeps breaking out into song singing what else but "I Love to Singa" then you'll LOVE this cartoon. My only complaint I guess would be that it was just too short. I wish I could have enjoyed it longer, although I know that cartoons back then were never more than 6-8 minutes long. Highly recommended....

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18 July 1936



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