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“When I used to show cartoons at my mom’s house on Halloween, she insisted that I bring ‘The Flora Dora Girls’, her name for this cartoon!”
After 30 years of vinyl records, audio cassettes and CDs, the live-action/animated brainchild of Disney, Spielberg and Zemeckis is still making soundtrack news.
This is the first of two articles regarding a forgotten, but noteworthy educational cartoon series produced by General Motors.
In 1942, the Disney Studios created a public service announcement, Out of the Frying Pan and into the Firing Line, which showed “the importance of saving waste fats.”
In 1937, when Snow White was released, Disney had many more ways its songs could be promoted. It was now the much-revered “Big Band Era”.