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Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 Molto Vivace is a Aldo Boomer animated short film that was released in 1946.

Synopsis

Availability

Notes

  • Clocking at a total run-time of about 12 minutes 24 seconds and this is one of the longest-running Musical Frolics shorts ever produced.
  • This is short is no voice.

Sound Effects Used

  • Sound Ideas, AUTO, CRASH - LONG SKID AND CRASH (crash only)
  • ALDO BOOMER - WEIRD WHIRLING ZIP
  • ALDO BOOMER - CYMBAL CRASH

Characters

  • Bruce Dog

Credits

  • Director: Don Towsley
  • Story: William Phillips, Noel Tucker
  • Animation: Alfred Eugster, Leighton Black, Reuben Timmins, Ed Friedman
  • Layouts: Terrell Stapp
  • Backgrounds: Basil Halley
  • Musical Arrangement: Eric Maddox
  • Music: Ludwig van Beethoven (Symphony original)
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