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Rel 3/16/46 - Prod 12-15 - Rel 1399 - MPAA 10469 - LT - Rerelease 6/14/52 - Blue Ribbon No. 1256 (Blue/red rings)   Dir: Robert Clampett - Story: Warren Foster - Anim: Rod Scribner, Manny Gould, Robert McKimson, J.C. Melendez - Layout And Backgrounds: Thomas McKimson, Dorcy Howard - VC: Mel Blanc - Music: Carl W. Stalling

Rel 3/16/46 - Prod 12-15 - Rel 1399 - MPAA 10469 - LT - Rerelease 6/14/52 - Blue Ribbon No. 1256 (Blue/red rings) Dir: Robert Clampett - Story: Warren Foster - Anim: Rod Scribner, Manny Gould, Robert McKimson, J.C. Melendez - Layout And Backgrounds: Thomas McKimson, Dorcy Howard - VC: Mel Blanc - Music: Carl W. Stalling

Rel 6/8/46 - Prod 1-16 - Rel 1461 - MPAA 10549 - LT (Blue/red rings)   Dir: Robert Clampett - Anim: Manny Gould, Rod Scribner, C. Melendez - Layouts And Backgrounds: Thomas McKimson, Dorcy Howard - VC: Mel Blanc - Music: Carl W. Stalling

Rel 6/8/46 - Prod 1-16 - Rel 1461 - MPAA 10549 - LT (Blue/red rings) Dir: Robert Clampett - Anim: Manny Gould, Rod Scribner, C. Melendez - Layouts And Backgrounds: Thomas McKimson, Dorcy Howard - VC: Mel Blanc - Music: Carl W. Stalling

Ah, growing up in the 90s. Here's a video of all things 90s.

Ah, growing up in the 90s. Here's a video of all things 90s.

Set as a parody of Disney’s Fantasia, “A Corny Concerto,” quickly called into check all that Disney represented in its thematic bigness. Instead, Bugs, Elmer and his faithful hunting dog, dance about to The Blue Danube in a strangely-mocking and deeply cartoony style. This cartoon has been a favorite of animation buffs since it first appeared in 1943. “A Corny Concerto” is a hand-painted pan cel and background, produced by Bob Clampett Animation Art.

Set as a parody of Disney’s Fantasia, “A Corny Concerto,” quickly called into check all that Disney represented in its thematic bigness. Instead, Bugs, Elmer and his faithful hunting dog, dance about to The Blue Danube in a strangely-mocking and deeply cartoony style. This cartoon has been a favorite of animation buffs since it first appeared in 1943. “A Corny Concerto” is a hand-painted pan cel and background, produced by Bob Clampett Animation Art.

Bank of America animated ad by Oscar winner John Hubley & Rod Scribner. Suggested by Worker Studio's Ministry of Culture http://www.worker-studio.com

Bank of America animated ad by Oscar winner John Hubley & Rod Scribner. Suggested by Worker Studio's Ministry of Culture http://www.worker-studio.com

I wasn't that drunk, dude you drove through a corn field trying to find the mother ship

In another galaxy..far, far away

I wasn't that drunk, dude you drove through a corn field trying to find the mother ship

A scene from A Corny Concerto (1943)

A scene from A Corny Concerto (1943)

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