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Notes To You (1941)
-Considered to be one of the few well made redrawn colorized Looney
- Finale with the nine lives of the cat singing is redrawn very well.
(The lack of 2 cats is in the original version.)
- It seems that the colorizing artists used a print of "Back
Alley Op-roar" for reference since many color schemes are identical.
- Remade as "Back Alley Op-Roar" by Freleng in 1948. Elmer
Fudd replaced Porky and Sylvester replaced the cat.
- Even though it was remade in color, the remake was sold to AAP, thus
leaving WB with only the earlier cartoon.
- Opening is taken from a 1949-1950 cartoon. The fade in-between cards
was spliced out for time reasons.
- Original version has a redrawn "Porky in Drum" closing,
although many public domain versions have a "THE END" card from a Betty Boop
- Red iris at the end.
Computer colorized version notes:
- Colorized in 1992. Great job! Opening music is from 1937 instead of 1941.