Seeley, John

Posted in WB Cartoon Companion on March 22, 2004

    During an extended musicians strike in the 1950s which precluded the use of the Warner Brothers Orchestra, the cartoon studio was forced to rely on “canned” music arranged by John Seeley. To describe it as Muzak from hell would be generous; and it certainly wouldn’t be worse than Beck and Friedwald’s opinion. The less said about this chap’s arrangements, the better.

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