|The CooCoo Nut Grove|
A night at Hollywood's fab-u-lous CooCoo Nut Grove restaurant. You never know who you will see, or be seen by. Master of ceremonies Ben Birdie (bandleader Ben Bernie) is accosted in the opening scene by Walter Windpipe (Walter Winchell). The short then proceeds to showcase a large number of Hollywood stars in the form of caricatures, including Katharine Hepburn (as a horse named Miss Heartburn), Jean Harlow, Bette Davis, Joe E. Brown, Hugh Herbert, W.C. Fields, Clark Gable, Groucho and Harpo Marx, Johnny Weissmuller, Mae West, Lionel and John Barrymore, Laurel and Hardy, Edward G. Robinson, Fred Astaire, and George Raft. Musical entertainments are provided by Dame Edna May Oliver as "The Lady in Red", the Dionne quintuplets (who were in reality only two years old at the time) and Helen Morgan, sitting on the piano, turning on the tears with a torch song.
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- The title is sometimes misspelled as "The Coo-Coo Nut Groove". This cartoon was followed by "The Woods Are Full of Cuckoos" (1937) and "Have You Got Any Castles?" (1938), both parodying Hollywood personalities.
- This is the first short that was edited by Treg Brown himself, he would continue making the sound effects for Warner Bros. Cartoons until his retirement in 1964.