Chipmunk Classics: “Witch Doctor,” “The Chipmunk Song,” “Alvin for President” by Ross Bagdasarian, Sr. TV Soundtrack Songs: “We’re the Chipmunks (Theme)” by Chris Caswell, Janice Karman; “Captain Chipmunk” by Ross Bagdasarian Jr., Janice Karman. Pop Songs: “Beat It” by Michael Jackson; “Girls Just Want To Have Fun” by Robert Hazard; “Thank God I’m a Country Boy” by John Martin Sommers; “Leader of the Pack” by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich, George Morton; “Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys/Chipmunks” by Ed and Patsy Bruce.
Next, Amanda is placed on a sort of electronic rowing machine – with a retractable handle to hold, pushing and pulling in and out and timed by the speed of a numbered dial. Arnold permits Amanda to start out in low, but reminds her “No pain, no gain.” Freddy lands on the speed dial, and reminding Amanda of what the man just said, turns the speed control up a notch. “No faster”, protests Amanda. “No, faster?”, repeats Freddy, hearing things the way he wants to. The knob turns upwards, notch after notch. Amanda’s sweat begins to fill the room in a large puddle, with Freddy having to open an umbrella to keep from being drenched. Imitating Scotty from Star Trek, Freddy states, “I dinna think she can take much more, Captain.”, then struggles to give the knob a final increase. Looking down, he realizes the knob is already at its maximum setting of 10. With a pencil, he draws in a new number of 11, to which the knob now turns freely. Amanda and the machine take off across the gymnasium like a speedboat, crashing through the gym’s plate glass windows and out upon the lawn below, where Amanda’s sea of sweat also pours to form a sudden puddle of quicksand below her, into which she and the rowing machine sink.
This album contains none of the four songs heard in the film, 101 Dalmatians (including “Playful Melody,” which has lyrics but is only heard in the movie as an instrumental), but instead begins side one with a tune by the Sherman brothers undoubtedly written with the film in mind but unused except on records.
He told me that was why those “Beany and Cecil” animated cartoons had the song “A Bob Clampett CartooooOOOooon!” and a caricature of him so that people would associate those cartoons with Bob just as people associated Walt with Mickey and the gang.
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Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet (11/22/29) – A village orchestra gets ready to rehearse, including a flautist who cuts off a piece of his flute and converts it to a piccolo, and a saxophonist having trouble with one of the holes on his instrument, which doesn’t want to stay in place. He somehow winds up playing a “Jew’s” harp. Recorded versions included the Haydn Quartet on Victor, Arthur Cliugh on Columbia (a high counter-tenor), Helen Clark and Joseph A. Phillips on Edison Diamond Disc, Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra on both Okeh and Brunswick, the Mills Brothers on Brunswick, the Dixie Ramblers on Bluebird (a Cajun string band performing for non-Cajun audiences), Milton Brown and his Brownies on Decca, Jimmie Lunceford on Decca, Ozzie Nelson (below) on Vocalion, the Sweet Violet Boys (aka the Prairie Ramblers) on Vocalion (with some parody lyrics about wearing a red bonnet in the vicinity of a bull), and much later, the Mulcays (harmonica duo) on MGM.Drawstring zipper Backpack
By 1922, the US cartoons were capturing more public attention, and home grown studios concentrated on the boom of advertising films for theatres. This was the case with Bergdahl, and he continued until his death in Stockholm in 1939.
Here in Thunderbeanland: I’ve been really busy just trying to catch up after the second scanning trip. This one was mostly 16mm prints, and involved more reels than I’ve ever scanned in a short period of time. They’re looking good, and the adventure continues! Since I was trying to do so much scanning in just a few days, I came back with raw files that needed to be output in a specific program that wouldn’t work in full resolution on our older machines. We ended up upgrading equipment to be able to output them! When we output them we’ll have many, many hours of cartoons to sort into their various sets- and studs to show here too! I hope to be able to start that process later tonight. This month, between the official and special sets, we’ll have more things finished and out the door than any month in this company’s history. I’m happy to see so many things getting done, but it’s a little dizzying!