Funny Little Bunnies 1934 Disney Silly Symphony Cartoon Short Film

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About Funny Little Bunnies

Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): Los conejitos, The Funny Bunnies

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Funny Little Bunnies plot from IMDb: "We see bunny rabbits preparing for Easter, by making chocolate eggs and rabbits, decorating eggs, and weaving and filling baskets."

Cast and Characters:

Main bunnies: The Rhythmettes (including Mary Moder, Mae Questel, and Dorothy Compton)

Singing chickens: Dot Farley, Louise Myers, and Florence Gill

Directed by Wilfred Jackson

Produced by Walt Disney

Music by Frank Churchill, Leigh Harline

Animation by Art Babbitt, Joe D'Igalo, Dick Huemer, Dick Lundy, Hamilton Luske, Wolfgang Reitherman, Archie Robin, Leonard Sebring, Ben Sharpsteen, Cy Young

Layouts by Hugh Hennesy

Color process: Technicolor

Production company: Walt Disney Productions

Distributed by United Artists

Release date: March 24, 1934

Running time: 7 minutes


For reference, below is a list of frequently asked questions and discussion topics! I'll answer some where possible!

Are Silly Symphonies on Disney Plus?

Some are!

Which was the first Silly Symphony cartoon?

The first Silly Symphony cartoon was the Skeleton Dance in 1929.

What was the last Silly Symphony?

The last Silly Symphony cartoon was The Ugly Duckling in 1939.

What was the first Silly Symphony with color?

The first Silly Symphony with color was Flowers and Trees in 1932.

What was the significance of the Silly Symphonies?