Farmyard Symphony (1938)

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The farm comes to life, to various classical tunes. The high point is a rooster serenading a chicken, with all the animals joining in. But then comes the sound that's even more welcome to ... See full summary »


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15 May 2015 | ja_kitty_71
10
| An Excellent Animal Opera
This is a wonderful cartoon of a farm that comes to life with popular classical tunes and the old Scottish folk song "The Campbells are Coming" for the scene with the marching geese. I love the baby animal in the cartoon, they are so cute! I love it when the little colt and calf sniff each other from both sides of the fence - animals do that to get to know each other. I also love the part where the rooster tries to woo a pretty hen and ends up chasing her; I love the "Hiya Toots".

So overall, this cartoon is an excellent animal opera with the vocal talents of Florence Gill, Clarence "Ducky" Nash and Billy Bletcher as the old bull.

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Genres

Family | Comedy | Animation | Musical | Short

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Release Date:

14 October 1938

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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