|She Was an Acrobat's Daughter|
Before the show begins at a movie theater, a patron stands and walks to the lone empty seat. A second patron switches to the seat just vacated. A third and a fourth and soon everyone in the house is caught up in a flurry of seat-switching. The newsreel contains a few gags and caricatures, then there is a sing-along of the title song. The feature spoofs The Petrified Forest. Finally, an annoying gosling sneaks into the projection room and plays with the controls before getting caught in the gears.
- (1997) LaserDisc - The Golden Age of Looney Tunes, Volume 5, Side 3, Freleng Follies (USA 1995 Turner print)
- (2005) DVD - Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 3, Disc Two (with optional commentary by historian Greg Ford)
- (2006) DVD - Marked Woman (USA 1995 Turner print)
- (2010) DVD - Public Enemies: The Golden Age of Gangster Films (USA 1995 Turner print)
- Three different 1995 Turner dubbed prints exist for this short. The first USA print has no borders at the opening titles, the second USA print has blue borders at the opening titles and the European print also has blue borders at the opening titles. It is also to note that the first USA print has a brighter color correction than the second.
- "Bacall to Arms", directed by Bob Clampett and released in 1946, uses an almost identical premise as this cartoon. In fact, some animation is reused.
- The cartoon features a parody of MGM's lion logo with a rooster crowing instead of the usual roaring. Interestingly, MGM would end up owning this short due to their purchase of United Artists (which had owned the pre-August 1948 WB cartoon library, of which this short was a part) in 1981.
- The European Turner "Dubbed Version" replaces the 1937 opening music of "Merrily We Roll Along" with that of the 1941-1945 one.
- Caricatures include: Lowell Thomas, Adolf Hitler, Lew Lehr, Leopold Stokowski, Leslie Howard, and Bette Davis.