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* Susie and Johnny make another appearance in "[[The Mice Will Play]]".
 
* Susie and Johnny make another appearance in "[[The Mice Will Play]]".
 
* "A Sunbonnet Blue" was the final 1930s cartoon to have stock music playing on the ending titles. All subsequent cartoons ended with the "[[Merrily We Roll Along]]" theme.
 
* "A Sunbonnet Blue" was the final 1930s cartoon to have stock music playing on the ending titles. All subsequent cartoons ended with the "[[Merrily We Roll Along]]" theme.
* The original Blue Ribbon ending title is currently lost due to the 1995 dubbed version being released on LaserDisc. No print with the original Blue Ribbon ending card has ever been released on home video. The [[Associated Artists Productions|AAP]] print is rumored to survive on CN Latin America but a recording of it hasn't been found yet.
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* No print with the original Blue Ribbon ending card has ever been released on home video.
* Despite this cartoon's original BR ending is missing, the original credit opening titles are known to exist.{{citation needed|date=December 2018}}
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* Despite the re-release, te original credit opening titles are known to exist.{{citation needed|date=December 2018}}
   
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==

Revision as of 06:56, November 10, 2019

A Sunbonnet Blue
Sunbonnet blue
Directed By: Fred Avery
Produced By: Leon Schlesinger
Released: August 21, 1937
Series: Merrie Melodies
Story:
Animation: Virgil Ross
Irven Spence (uncredited)
Sidney Sutherland (unc)
Layouts:
Backgrounds:
Film Editor: Treg Brown
Voiced By: Tex Avery
Mel Blanc
Billy Bletcher
Berneice Hansell
The Sportsmen Quartet
Music: Carl W. Stalling
Starring: Susie
Johnny
Rat
Preceded By: Porky's Railroad
Succeeded By: Get Rich Quick Porky
A Sunbonnet Blue (1937)

A Sunbonnet Blue (1937)

A Sunbonnet Blue (US Dubbed Version)

A Sunbonnet Blue (US Dubbed Version)

A Sunbonnet Blue is a 1937 Merrie Melodies short directed by Tex Avery.

Plot

After the "Snobby hatte Shoppe" closes for the night, a mouse comes out of his hole and looks to see if the coast is clear. He turns on the lights and then calls his other mouse friends out to party. His girlfriend leaves the hole last, watched by a jealous rat. When the couple takes a break from dancing, the rat kidnaps her. Her boyfriend rallies his friends to find her. The mice under each type of hat in the store adopt the personalities the hats suggest, such as farmers, firemen, or soldiers. A "blind" mouse points the way to the kidnapper and the hero saves his girlfriend. The face shield of a knight's helmet serves as jail bars for the rat. Soon our happy couple marries, wearing an enormous top hat and veil.

Availability

Notes

  • Susie and Johnny make another appearance in "The Mice Will Play".
  • "A Sunbonnet Blue" was the final 1930s cartoon to have stock music playing on the ending titles. All subsequent cartoons ended with the "Merrily We Roll Along" theme.
  • No print with the original Blue Ribbon ending card has ever been released on home video.
  • Despite the re-release, te original credit opening titles are known to exist.[citation needed|date=]


Gallery

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