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That Old Gang of Mine


That Old Gang of Mine
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That Old Gang of Mine

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Name

 That Old Gang of Mine (1931)

That Old Gang of Mine is a 1931 Fleischer Studios animated short film. The song debuted in 1923 and was formed by Ray Henderson with verses by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon, and distributed by Irving Berlin, Inc. It was presented in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1923 by the vaudeville pair Van and Schenk. In the Fleischers animated Screen Song adaption, a vagrant feline pining for her tom is brightened up by a well disposed mouse; the title tune is given a Bouncing Ball. All-enlivened.

Quotes

  • Mariah Cat:"Still I was falling for that no good Gigalo!"
  • Mariah Cat: "Is that nice?"
  • Mouse: "I'm sorry..."
  • Mouse: "Funny?"
  • Mariah Cat: "Umm..."
  • Mouse: "De-De-De-De-De!"
  • Mariah Cat: "Ha! Ha! Ha!"
  • Mouse: "Curses! Take that!"

Characters

Cast & Crew

Music

  • "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile"
  • "Wintermärchen"
  • "That Old Gang of Mine"
  • "London Bridge Is Falling Down"
  • "Smiles"

Gallery

Trivia

  • Was released on the 11th of July in 1931.
  • The cat is voiced by Mae Questel and Margie Hines. Questel is featured first as the cat doing a Russian impression of Paramount star Sylvia Sidney. At 2:18, Margie Hines takes over, and you can hear a change in the character's voice. At the end sequence the cat can be heard singing in Betty Boop's singing style, as sung by Hines. Questel and Hines shared the role of Betty, until Questel became the official voice in 1932.

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