Anthony Z. Landi


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Mr. Bug Goes To Town (1941) - We'll All Be Exterminated! We meet villains Swat (voiced by Jack Mercer) and Smack (by Carl Meyer), reporting to Beetle (by Ted Pierce), who pretends concern for Mrs. Ladybug (by Margie Hines), but is really after the daughter of Bumble (also by Stan Mercer), in the animated feature Mr. Bug Goes To Town, 1941.
Mr. Bug Goes To Town (1941) - Open, Honey Shop From outer space to an urban vacant lot, the opening of the second animated feature by brothers Dave and Max Fleischer, financed by Paramount, and playing on the title of the Columbia hit starring James Stewart, from Mr. Bug Goes To Town, 1941, Mr. Bumble voiced by Jack Mercer.
Mr. Bug Goes To Town (1941) - It's Hoppity! It’s not clear where he’s been but all in the urban bug colony have been awaiting the return of Hoppity (voiced by Stan Freed), greeted by Bumble (voiced by Jack Mercer), Mrs. Ladybug (by Margie Hines) and Honey (by Pauline Loth), in the animated feature Mr. Bug Goes To Town, 1941.
Mr. Bug Goes To Town (1941) - Katy Did, Katy Didn't Hoppity (voiced by Stan Freed) and Honey (by Pauline Loth) are on a date, pursued by Swat and Smack, but mainly to set-up the first song, by Hoagy Carmichael and Frank Loesser, the “Four Marshals” the credited singers, in the Fleischer brothers’ feature Mr. Bug Goes To Town, 1941.
Mr. Bug Goes To Town (1941) - There's A Bee In Here! Hoppity (voice by Stan Feeed) and Bumble (by Jack Mercer), whose neighborhood is being trampled, again chased by villains Swat and Smack, do recon on the upper garden where kindly Mary (by Gwenn Williams) and Dick (by Kenny Gardner) live, in Mr. Bug Goes To Town, 1941.
Gulliver's Travels (1939) - I Lemuel Gulliver From animation pioneer Max Fleischer, directed by his brother Dave, opening his first animated feature, produced for Paramount, Jonathan Swift's title character shipwrecked and found by "Gabby," (voice of Pinto Colvig), tune by Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin, from Gulliver's Travels, 1939.
Gulliver's Travels (1939) - Don't Be Afraid, Men! Having delivered the news to the Lilliputian king, Gabby (voice of Pinto Colvig) brings a brave squad back to beach to attempt to collect the giant who's washed ashore, in the Paramount feature based on the Jonathan Swift tale, Gulliver's Travels, 1939.

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