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Thursday, July 27, 2006

Disturbing Cartoons: "Swing Wedding"

I know this is hardly to believe...what the heck, this is not a Bakshi animated feature but an Harman-Ising cartoon ( namely, "Swing Wedding") from the Golden Age!

YES, folks! The trumpet player goes berserk--he turns one of his trumpet valves into a syringe and injects himself in the arm with a sly wink!


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any idea who animated that particular scene?

12:16 pm

Anonymous Anonymous said...

that third pic is kind of scary-lol

2:47 pm

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I never see that. But i'm looking scary for this scene lol

5:43 pm

Blogger Dennis said...

Wow! I wish I could find a copy of this cartoon. This scene looks like it's just the tip of the iceburg.

9:02 pm

Blogger The Lone Beader® said...

Funny frogs. Are you sure it's just a wink in that syringe?? LOL

11:36 pm

Blogger John S. said...

I saw this cartoon on 16mm at CalArts. It fucked me up for life.

8:49 pm

Blogger Unknown said...

wow... the days before the censors came to power...

12:38 pm

Blogger Charles said...

Heh... a friend of mine did the same thing in high school while cleaning his cornet. I need to find this cartoon...

11:44 pm

Blogger :: smo :: said...

that's really awesome!

one thing a lot of people forget about the jazz era is that A LOT of jazz musicians did A LOT of heroin! too many to list...look it up! that's a really interesting social comment, that's totally lost today! awesome screen grab!

4:31 am

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh wow...I own this cartoon but I never noticed that part. I know a lot of jazz muscicians sang about drugs, some actually did them, some didn't. Are you sure that wasn't supposed to be locoweed or opium? btw Cab Calloway makes a great frog.

4:33 am

Anonymous Anonymous said...

lol i think that cartoon was class :P
luff zoe

8:33 am

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy Harmonies
Swing Wedding (1937)

4:44 am

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think it´s priceless. But a lot of it is figure of speaking. He likes jazz so much that he "got it in his vains".
But you´ll be send to jail for making something like that today...

1:55 pm

Blogger Bob said...

How they got this under the Production Code Administrations nose.

3:24 am

Blogger Bob said...

How this scene passed muster with MGM, which distributed the cartoon, and the Production Code Administration. Wow!

3:25 am


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