Sunday, December 18, 2016

SILLY SYMPHONIES

 It's been awhile since we had a Sunday mornin Silly Symphony. I used to love watching these as throw ins between my cartons when young, very early in the morning at my grandmother's house. This one titled,  The Night Before Christmas is a 1933 animated short film produced by Walt Disney Productions. Part of the Silly Symphony series, the film is an adaptation of Clement Clarke Moore's poem A Visit from St. Nicholas, popularly called The Night Before Christmas. The film was directed by Disney animator Wilfred Jackson

14 comments:

  1. I wrote a book for the nieces and nephews 'twas the night before Christmas and all thru the once not a creature was stirring except for The Cat!

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  2. Oh, I remember these back when I was a kid. It's too bad we don't see them on TV anymore. I think this generation is missing out.

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  3. I couldn't agree more with RJ above. All these kids now have is cell phones, Xbox, Facebook and the oddest of cartoons. I feel like the magic and wonder of life is gone for them. Thanks for posting!

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  4. Lovely! I have to remember those cannons when it comes to decorating next year for the balls!

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  5. Love these old things. I remember going to my uncle's house where they would play these very early too. I would hate to be a kid now. Do you remember going into department stores and places and everything looked so pretty and magical? Now there are hardly any decorating.

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  6. Another reason I love your blog, you preserve such fun and forgotten treasures.

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  7. That don't even show them on the Disney channel much anymore. Bah, humbug to the media giant that was once Disney.

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  8. It's nice to see these. Blogs like yours and other will keep the feeling going. I do remember seeing this one. I loved Junior.

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  9. Adorable part of yester year. It seems all the old fun and magical traditions are fading quite fast.

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  10. I'm a HUGE Silly Symphony fan!!!

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  11. I remember this! Haven't seen or thought about it in years. Thanks!

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  12. Thank you everyone, so glad I'm not the only one yo enjoy these

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