Sunday, April 8, 2018

SILLY SYMPHONIES

It's been awhile since we had a morning Silly Symphony.Hopefully this will help spring along this season,,,,,,

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  1. It's 32-degrees and I have a massive head cold.
    If this brings Spring .....

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    1. Should i send Davide and Johnie to nurse you back to health?

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  2. I wonder, are your birds watching this?

    I loved watching these as a kid.

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  3. Such a lovely cartoon, the mother bird beating the baby bird really very funny.

    Said it once, Ill say it again. These were so entertaining...kids now will be like what is this??? There cartoons now are so odd and fighting. Do I sound old yet?

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    1. I agree. I remember seeing these in between cartoons at my grandmothers in the early morning. It always would fascinate me what aninals or household objects would spring to life.

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  4. I have the feeling that bad bird could have been you Mistress?

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  5. These make a Sunday feel like a kid again.

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  6. High winds here - which is our version of spring!

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  7. 😊😊😊😊😊

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  8. When I was 6th grade I watched this cartoon, they would show it in the spring every year. After seeing this this morning.... your blog brings back my childhood memories.

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  9. I loved this cartoon. The second half reminded me of a golf outing I had. Our carts came to a stop when we saw a mouse scurrying across a golf path into a large bush, followed by a rattlesnake. I have no idea if the mouse got away.

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  10. I used to love Silly Symphonies and Merry Melodies, growing up. Robins, the harbingers of spring. At my house though, the melodic sounds of the robins' song is drowned out by the big black crows singing "go bird go"! Singing is a vast overstatement, loud suckers.

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    1. Call me strange, or Malificent but I actually love black birds of all sort. Their eyes are striking and very soul searching.

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    2. Okay, Ms. Stranger Maleficent, blackbirds are fine, as long as they're not singing in the dead of night, cawing in the early morning, or gathering behind your back on a jungle gym. I like the little guys with the yellow eyes that look like sequins.

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  11. Holy Crap!! the Dogs loved that!! Birdies!!

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  12. Wonderful cartoon.

    Note the opening credits: "A United Artists Picture". Disney wasn't a studio yet, and needed someone else to distribute its product.

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  13. Ah.....The softer side of the mistress comes out with a sweet cartoon.

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  14. That was awesome! I love these old cartoons. Perfect for spring or anytime one needs a smile! The birds are fantastic!

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  15. Ah, the memories! We've had some glorious days around 80 but rain threatens and a chill wind blows (56 degrees)!

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