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When’s Your Birthday?

Posted in WB Cartoon Companion on March 24, 2004

    Joe E. Brown movie from 1937 described by Leonard Maltin as “slight, meandering slapstick with Brown trying his best as an astrology-obsessed prizefighter whose prowess depends on the position of the stars.” The opening Technicolor sequence, featuring animation of zodiac characters, was Bob Clampett’s first work as director. It would be his only work in colour until 1941.

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