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The greatest cartoon of all time January 12, 2008

Posted by Jeff in 1946 through 1960, Cartoons, Movies.
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And if you disagree, you’re wrong.


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Everybody do the Michigan Rag
Everybody likes the Michigan Rag
Every Mame and Jane and Ruth
From Weehawken to Duluth
Slide, ride, glide the Michigan
Stomp, romp, pomp the Michigan
Jump, clump, pump the Michigan Rag
That lovin’ rag!

— “The Michigan Rag,” music and lyrics by Milt Franklyn, Chuck Jones and Mike Maltese

Additional songs:

  • “Hello! Ma Baby”, words and music by Ida Emerson and Joseph E. Howard

  • “Come Back to Erin”, words and music by Claribel (pseudonym of Charlotte Alington Barnard)

  • “I’m Just Wild About Harry”, words and music by Eubie Blake and Noble Sissle

  • “Throw Him Down, McCloskey”, words and music by John W. Kelly

  • “Won’t You Come Over To My House”, words by Harry Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne

  • “Largo al factotum” from “The Barber of Seville”, composed by Gioacchino Rossini

  • “Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone”, words and music by Sidney Clare, Sam H. Stept and Bee Palmer

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Comments»

1. Julia - January 12, 2008

That *is* a classic.

2. Jeff - January 13, 2008
3. Tumperkin - January 26, 2008

Yes. It is. I have watched this many many many times. My favourite part is when he’s trying to get the frog to dance for the agent and he’s flipping its legs up with his fingers. And then he tries to make it smile.

4. V.E.G. - March 9, 2011

Ken Harris’ real name was Karyl Ross Harris. In the beginning he was Karyl Ross Harris. Then he changed his name to Karol Ross Harris and then to Ken Harris. The reason is people had a hard time with the spelling. So he goes by “Ken.”


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