Mother, Mother, Mother Pin a Rose on Me
|Mother, Mother, Mother Pin a Rose on Me|
|Directed by||Dave Fleischer|
|Produced by||Max Fleischer|
|Music by||song "Mother, Pin a Rose on Me"|
|Distributed by||Red Seal Pictures|
|Release dates||June 1924|
Mother, Mother, Mother Pin a Rose on Me (1924) is a film, produced by Out of the Inkwell Studios in the Phonofilm sound-on-film system, and released in June 1924, as part of the Song Car-Tunes series.
Early titles in the Song Car-Tunes series were Oh Mabel, Come Take A Trip in My Airship, and Goodbye My Lady Love, all released in May and June 1924. They were the first sound cartoons, not Disney's Steamboat Willie (1928), as often is thought. The Song Car-Tune series eventually totaled 36 films, including 19 made in the Phonofilm sound system.
"Mother, Mother, Mother Pin a Rose on Me" is a popular song from 1905. The Fleischers re-released this film on 6 July 1929 as simply Mother, Pin a Rose on Me, part of their Screen Songs series, made in RCA Photophone, and released through Paramount Pictures.
- Mother, Mother, Mother Pin a Rose on Me (1924) at IMDB
- SilentEra entry
- Mother Pin a Rose on Me (1929) at IMDB
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