#CotD: The strange collaboration between Disney and Salvadore Dali was begun in 1946, “Destino” was was finally shown in 2003.
#CotD: Budgeted at an estimated $175 million, PIXAR’s “Up” made that all back in the first 23 minutes of it’s release. NOT.
#CotD: Wimpy isn’t just after hamburgers in “What– No, Spinach?” which does feature the famous green vegetable in the end.
#CotD: A Disney version of a Road film, “Mickey’s Trailer” features Goofy taking pals Mickey and Donald on a vacation.
#CotD: One of the most heavily edited cartoons on TV, “Droopy’s Good Deed” featured Droopy and Spike as Boy Scouts. Comedy ensues.
#CotD: One of only five animated Lil’ Abner cartoons, “Sadie Hawkins Day” was based on Cartoonist Al Capps’ comic strip.
#CotD: Sylvester was still called Thomas in “Tweetie Pie” the first WB short to win an Academy Award.
#CotD: Elmer alters the lyrics of “Oh Susanna” to contain the line “V for Victory” in “The Wacky Wabbit” Obviously a wartime short.
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