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I'd Love to Take Orders from You
IMG 2318
Directed By: Fred Avery
Produced By: Leon Schlesinger
Released: May 16, 1936
Series: Merrie Melodies
Story:
Animation: Bob Clampett
Cecil Surry
Layouts:
Backgrounds:
Film Editor: Bernard B. Brown (uncredited)
Treg Brown (uncredited)
Voiced By: Elmore Vincent
Music: Norman Spencer
Starring: Pa Scarecrow
Ma Scarecrow
Junior Scarecrow
Preceded By: Let It Be Me
Succeeded By: Fish Tales
I'd Love to Take Orders from You (5.25

I'd Love to Take Orders from You (5.25.36)

US Turner Dubbed Version

I'd Love To Take Orders From You (1936)

I'd Love To Take Orders From You (1936)

Old French Subtle Copy

Merrie Melodies - I'd Love to Take orders from you

Merrie Melodies - I'd Love to Take orders from you

Latin America A.A.P. Print

I'd Love to Take Orders from You is a 1936 Merrie Melodies short directed by Fred Avery.

Plot

Father Scarecrow works hard all day in the cornfield. When the much smaller, Junior Scarecrow attempts to fill his father's shoes, his lack of size and intimidation skills render his scare tactics fruitless until, unbeknownst to Junior, Father Scarecrow gets his back. When Junior boasts of his supposed success to Mother Scarecrow, Father reminds son that Junior's not quite grown just yet.

Availability

Notes

  • The bed in this short and "Toy Town Hall" look similar.
  • The original end titles have thought to been lost due to the 1995 dubbed version, as it was released on LaserDisc. However, the original end titles have been found on an a.a.p. print from CN Latin America.
  • The dubbed version distributed on the internet has some of the opening cut off. But according to old Turner airings, the original dubbed version starts normally.



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