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A Silly Symphony

Release Date : December 19, 1936

Running Time : 8:11


The three kittens once again get into trouble, this time finding a friend and protector in a big Saint Bernard dog.


Three Orphan Kittens
Mammy Twoshoes
Toliver, the St. Bernard


Dave Hand
Asst. Director
Jack Cutting
Frenchy de Tremaudan
Ward Kimball
Leonard Sebring
Bob Stokes
Bob Wickersham
Frank Thomas
Bill Cottrell
Joe Grant
Bob Kuwahara
Frank Churchill
Lillian Randolph
Esther Campbell

Cut Scenes

A scene where Mammy Twoshoes slips on a bar of soap and lands on her bottom has been cut out.


United States
Cartoon Classics : First Series : Volume 14 : Animal Tales
Silly Symphonies Volume 2


United States
Cartoon Classics : Animal Tales


Disney Treasures : More Silly Symphonies


The Ink and Paint Club: Episode 32: Goin' to the Dogs
Mickey's Mouse Tracks: Episode 5
The Mickey Mouse Club : December 6, 1956

Technical Specification

Color Type: Technicolor
Animation Type: Standard animation
Sound Mix: Mono
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Negative Format: 35mm
Print Format: 35mm
Cinematographic Process: Spherical
Original Language: English

Released by United Artists Pictures


From Jerry Edwards : Excellent animation with some interesting scenes - the kittens' main mischief is outdoors in this sequel, compared to indoors in the 1935 Three Orphan Kittens. Also it's winter in the first cartoon, spring in this sequel.
From Ryan : I'm sorry, but I was mistaking when the St. Bernard in Alpine Climbers was similar to the one in Three Orphan Kittens. There is no St. Bernard (or any dogs for that matter) in that short. It was actually this very short that he appears in. It's pretty much a similar plot to its original Three Orphan Kittens with the kittens hiding from the black maid.
From Baruch Weiss : A cute cartoon involving three kittens getting into all sorts of trouble with an appearance of the politically incorrect maid. I loved the scene where the bird goes into the dogs mouth and tweets "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf"!

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