Posts Tagged ‘Mae Questel’

Christmas Comes But Once a Year

December 19, 2020

“Christmas Comes But Once a Year,” Fleischer Studios, 1936. Voice actors: Jack Mercer and Mae Questel. DirectorDave Fleischer. Animation: William HenningSeymour Kneitel. Music: Bob RothbergTot SeymourSammy Timberg.

Related:

“A Very Fleisher Christmas,” FleischerStudios.com

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Christmas Comes But Once a Year

December 24, 2018

“Christmas Comes But Once a Year,” Fleischer Studios, 1936. Voice actors: Jack Mercer and Mae Questel. DirectorDave Fleischer. Animation: William HenningSeymour Kneitel. Music: Bob RothbergTot SeymourSammy Timberg.

Related:

“A Very Fleisher Christmas,” FleischerStudios.com

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Christmas Comes But Once a Year

December 10, 2017

“Christmas Comes But Once a Year,” Fleischer Studios, 1936. Voice actors: Jack Mercer and Mae Questel. DirectorDave Fleischer. Animation: William HenningSeymour Kneitel. Music: Bob RothbergTot SeymourSammy Timberg.

Related:

“A Very Fleisher Christmas,” FleischerStudios.com

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I Want You for Christmas

December 9, 2017

“I Want You For Christmas,” written by Sam H. Stept with lyrics by Ned Washington and Charles Tobias, recorded by Mae Questel in 1937. Ms. Questel is best known as the voice of Betty Boop and Olive Oyl in cartoons.

More:

“Mae Questel: A Reminiscence, History and Perspective,” Andrew J. Lederer, Animation World Network

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I Want You for Christmas

December 17, 2015

“I Want You For Christmas,” written by Sam H. Stept with lyrics by Ned Washington and Charles Tobias, recorded by Mae Questel in 1937. Ms. Questel is best known as the voice of Betty Boop and Olive Oyl in cartoons.

More:

“Mae Questel: A Reminiscence, History and Perspective,” Andrew J. Lederer, Animation World Network

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I Want You for Christmas

December 30, 2014

“I Want You For Christmas,” written by Sam H. Stept with lyrics by Ned Washington and Charles Tobias, recorded by Mae Questel in 1937. Ms. Questel is best known as the voice of Betty Boop and Olive Oyl in cartoons.

More:

“Mae Questel: A Reminiscence, History and Perspective,” Andrew J. Lederer, Animation World Network

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Saturday Morning Cartoon: Christmas Comes But Once a Year

December 27, 2014

“Christmas Comes But Once a Year,”  Fleischer Studios, 1936. Voice actors: Jack Mercer and Mae Questel. Director: Dave Fleischer. Animation: William Henning, Seymour Kneitel. Music: Bob RothbergTot SeymourSammy Timberg.

Related:

“A Very Fleisher Christmas,” FleischerStudios.com

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