I Love to Singa (Looney Tunes)
I Love to Singa is a 1936 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Tex Avery. The cartoon is notable for being recognized as one of Tex Avery's most early masterpieces.
Why It Rocks
- The song "I Love to Singa" is very catchy and memorable.
- Great voice acting such as Johnny Davis as Owl Jolson's singing voice and Billy Bletcher as the father owl.
- Good animation for its time.
- Most of the jokes are funny.
- The backgrounds are beautiful and colorful.
- Great music by Norman Spencer.
- The cartoon gives out a very important moral that you should respect people's talent/passion even if it won't appeal to you.
The cartoon has became a cult favorite among many Looney Tunes fans due to it’s title song "I Love to Singa".
- The first episode of South Park had Eric Cartman singing this song.