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Genre
  
Animation, Short, Comedy

Initial release
  
January 27, 1934 (USA)

Running time
  
7 minutes

Music director
  
Bernard B. Brown

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Director
  
Bernard B. Brown

Film series
  
Merrie Melodies

Producer
  
Leon Schlesinger

Pettin in the Park movie poster

Merrie Melodies movies
  
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Pettin’ In The Park is a Merrie Melodies cartoon that was released on January 27, 1934 by Warner Bros. Studio. It was ostensibly directed by Bernard Brown and animated by Jack King and Bob Clampett. The musical score was by Norman Spencer.

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Overview

The cartoon begins with the song "Pettin' in the Park", from the 1933 film Gold Diggers of 1933. The first part of the cartoon has to do with the song itself, and someone loving another person of the opposite sex. The second part has to do with different birds in a swimming contest in the public park pond.

References

Pettin' in the Park Wikipedia
Pettin in the Park IMDb Pettin in the Park themoviedb.org