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Comin’ Thro’ the Rye
Also known as [Coming Through the Rye]
(1926) American
B&W : [?] Split-reel?
Directed by Dave Fleischer

Cast: Ko-Ko the clown

Out of the Inkwell Films, Incorporated, production; distributed on State Rights basis by [?] Red Seal Pictures Corporation? [Song Car-Tunes]. / Produced by Max Fleischer. Song “Coming Through the Rye” by Robert Burns (music and lyrics). / No copyright registration. Released September 1926. / Phonofilm 35mm spherical format. Phonofilm sound-on-film sound system. / One of 19 Song Car-Tunes films utilizing the Phonofilm system. / Full-sound film.

Song: Cartoon.

Survival status: Print exists in the Library of Congress film archive (American Film Institute / Oregon Historical Society, L.C. Cook collection) [35mm archival color-tinted nitrate positive (283 feet)].

Current rights holder: Public domain.

Keywords: Animation - Early sound film - Synchronized sound film

Listing updated: 26 September 2012.

References: Maltin-Mice p. 358 : Website-IMDb; Website-LoC; Website-Wikipedia.

 
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