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George Rufle (uncreidted)
 
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Leighton Black (uncredited)|sound_effects = Fred Ginsberg (uncredited)|music_by = Bert Lewis|production_company(s) = Aldo Boomer Productions Inc.|distributed_by = Standard Radio Pictures Inc.|color_type = Technicolor|country = United States|language = English|aspect_ratio = 1.37:1}}'''The Bungling Builders''' is a Aldo Boomer animated short film that was released in 1937.
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Leighton Black (uncredited)|sound_effects = Fred Ginsberg (uncredited)|music_by = Bert Lewis|production_company(s) = Aldo Boomer Productions Inc.|distributed_by = Mascot Pictures|color_type = Technicolor|country = United States|language = English|aspect_ratio = 1.37:1}}'''The Bungling Builders''' is a Aldo Boomer animated short film that was released in 1937.
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Synopsis==
 
==Availability==
 
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Revision as of 16:18, 14 October 2020

The Bungling Builders is a Aldo Boomer animated short film that was released in 1937.

Synopsis

Availability

Notes

Sound Effects Used

  • ALDO BOOMER - WHEEZY MOTOR WITH ENGINE SPUTTERS (debut)
  • ALDO BOOMER - SHORT VIBRATE BOING (debut)
  • ALDO BOOMER - WACKY GOBBLES
  • Fred Ginsberg Bonk, Swish And Spring Thump
  • Fred Ginsberg Swish Sound

Characters

  • Mr. Walder
  • George
  • Various Builders

Voice Characterizations

  • Harry E. Lang - Mr. Walder
  • Mel Blanc - George

Credits

  • Director: Bernard Garbutt
  • Story: Harry Bailey
  • Animation: Max Maxwell, Herman Ginsberg, James Culhane (uncredited), Harold Walker (uncredited), Willard Bowsky (uncredited), George Rufle (uncredited), Leighton Black (uncredited)
  • Music: Bert Lewis