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  • - () goddess of the love, with a theme song that even she thinks is annoying.

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  • The compositions for which he is best known include "" (the theme song from the 1961 film ), and the theme music for the 1963 films and .

  • However, these songs were composed and performed by another esteemed jazz pianist, .

  • A notable addition later in his career was the theme song to the sitcom (), as well as the music to the blockbuster .

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  • Opening with a rousing revue drawn in Betty Boop-era Hollywood animation and climaxing with a show-stopping Triplets number, the movie is also a musical, and a compelling one -- you wouldn't be able to get that theme song out of your mind for days.


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  • And the final crushing blow to Q's existence: Inspector Gadget has a theme song, Q does not.

  • The guy with the theme song ALWAYS wins.

  • (He probably stole the theme song, too.) I wonder what effect a killer double-entendre would have on Gadget's programming? Not that it could be much worse that his usual bumbling that makes Jacques Clouseau and Frank Drebin look like Holmes and Poirot.

  • - The last remaining Gadget fan Inspector Gadget has one theme song.

  • - Big Dy Even if this isn't the "Q" Continuum we're talking about (and man, do I ever wish it were), I vote for Q simply because I hated the Gadget cartoon, I hated the song, and you couldn't PAY me to see the movie.

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  • The background themes complement the story and setting perfectly, but there are also two vocal pieces--one each during the opening and closing credits--which are old Japanese pop songs and are quite pretty.

  • In the dub, these were replaced by decent but somewhat more generic English songs written specifically for the movie, although the words have more to do with the story.

  • Though Disney replaced the opening credit song in the dub, the orignal was "Ruuju no Dengon" ("Message in Rouge"), a popular song in Japan from several years agao by Arai Yumi (now Matsutouya Yumi, thanks to a marriage).

  • There are also original words to the instrumental theme song, though the song version never appears in the movie (it is, however, quite beautiful).

  • My only complaints are relatively minor nitpicks: As I said, you can't swtich languages while playing, and the Japanese version does not include a translation of the cast anywhere or most of the credits anywhere, nor does it have subtitles for the songs.


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  • They also made the first cartoon with a soundtrack - Song Car-Tune (1924-7) with sing-along cartoons.

  • However, in Stopping the Show (1932) , she appeared under her own credits banner for the first time (she had previously appeared only in Talkartoons and Screen Songs ).

  • Betty Boop's voice was actually modeled on the voice of another actress, Helen Kane, who created a sensation on Broadway in 1928 with a "boop-oop-a-doop" rendition of the hit song I Wanna Be Loved by You .

  • The cartoon character became well-known for his theme song (excerpt below): I'm Popeye the Sailor Man I'm Popeye the Sailor Man I'm strong to the finich 'Cause I eats me spinach I'm Popeye the Sailor Man...

  • [The recognizable theme song for the series was incorporated into John Williams' score for Superman: The Movie (1978) , and the cartoons were referenced in The Iron Giant (1999) .] Fleischer Studios' Two Feature Films: Two feature-length animations with whimsical characters and advanced animation techniques by the Fleischers deserve mention, although the Fleischers are better-remembered for their shorts than for their only two features: (1) Gulliver's Travels (1939) , an animated musical adaptation of Jonathan Swift's 1726 classic literary satire about war.

  • (See below) The film was a two-time Academy Awards nominee: for Victor Young's Best Original Score, and for Best Song: Faithful Forever .

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    A Critique of Ralph Bakshi's Lord of the Rings
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  • of music and song; why, then, does composer/conductor insist upon starting the movie with this symphonic Assault upon Dunkirk? A look at his other achievements tells us he's capable of better...

  • singing fight-songs.

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  • One mother says of her son, "When he comes home I will spank him thirty times." In other words, somebody gave Daiei Studios ten bucks and told them to make a movie! Ghostbusters : I love the Ghostbusters theme song, and in this movie, also, Sigourney Weaver is one of the main characters.

  • And there's one part I really liked where the main character, a band leader named Kay Kyser, and a he's a real character, played a song called "The Bad HumorMan, " because there was a man dressed up like a little girl, and he startedtalking in a very deep voice, and one of the guys hit him so he could starttalking right.

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