Cartoon of the Day: Musica-Lulu

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Isadore Sparber directed Musica-Lulu in 1947. By then, animated films were quite mature in production and story. The Little Lulu cartoons, at least story-wise were still a throw back to the thirties. Based on a comic strip by Marge, Famous eventually tired of paying her royalties on the character, and developed their own “cute little girl”, Little Audrey.

Little Lulu would rather play baseball with Tubby and the gang instead of practicing her violin. She gets hit in the head, and dreams about being taken to the “Musical Court of Justice” for prosecution and trial. Really bizarre and surreal!

The U.M.&M. TV Corp. prints call this cartoon Musical Lulu.

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One thought on “Cartoon of the Day: Musica-Lulu

  1. So Cool to see animation great Otto Messmer listed in the credits as co-writer! I didn’t realize that he wound up at Famous Studios.

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