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Today's cartoons are musical moments I've isolated.
12th STREET RAG (1933) The final sequence from STAGE KRAZY, showing Krazy at the keys playing "12th Street Rag", composed by Euday L. Bowman. This stands out because of its cutting to the beats of the music, creating a kind of montage. Clumsy in spots? Definitely. But a unique and advanced effort for 1933. Arrangement by Joe De Nat.
HOT CLARINET SEQUENCE from THE HEP CAT (1947) Benny Goodman-inspired clarinet when the cat plays Pied Piper in this clip from a Mighty Mouse cartoon. This sequence is typically cut to shorten time on TV prints. Music by Philip A. Scheib. Energetic dancing cycles by Carlo Vinci.
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