I Love to Singa (Looney Tunes)

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"I Love to Singa, About the Moon-a and the June-a and the Spring-a, I Love to Singa!"

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

  1. The song "I Love to Singa" is very catchy and memorable.
  2. Great voice acting such as Johnny Davis as Owl Jolson's singing voice and Billy Bletcher as the father owl.
  3. Good animation for its time.
  4. Most of the jokes are funny.
  5. The backgrounds are beautiful and colorful.
  6. Great music by Norman Spencer.
  7. The cartoon gives out a very important moral that you should respect people's talent/passion even if it won't appeal to you.

Reception

The cartoon has became a cult favorite among many Looney Tunes fans due to it’s title song "I Love to Singa".

Trivia

  • The first episode of South Park had Eric Cartman singing this song.

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Ayapzl

2 months ago
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Before there was "Happy Feet", there was this cartoon "I Love To Singa". Funnily enough, this cartoon has been released as a bonus feature on the first Happy Feet DVD/Blu-Ray release, due to this short's co-incidential similarities to this movie
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BlueReacts

one month ago
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Stan: WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT?

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