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The Moth Who Came To Dinner is a Aldo Boomer animated short film that was released in 1945.

Synopsis

Availability

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Sound Effects Used

  • Freesound, G02-02-Biplane Dives Twice.wav
  • Freesound, G32-02-Electrical Buzzing.wav
  • ALDO BOOMER - TIRE SKID 01
  • ALDO BOOMER - FUNNY FLY BUZZING
  • ALDO BOOMER - GLASS BOTTLES DROPPING
  • ALDO BOOMER - SMALL RAPID TWISTING SQUEAKS
  • ALDO BOOMER - CORK POP 01
  • ALDO BOOMER - OLD KLAXON CAR HORN
  • ALDO BOOMER - FAST SIREN WHISTLE WHIP
  • ALDO BOOMER - WARBLY SLIDE WHISTLE DOWN
  • ALDO BOOMER - SEVERAL VOCAL SWISHES (3rd swish only)
  • ALDO BOOMER - QUICK VOCAL SWISH
  • ALDO BOOMER - OLD POLICE SIREN WAILING
  • ALDO BOOMER - WATERY PLOP
  • ALDO BOOMER - RACE CAR WHIZZ BY

Characters

  • Abbott Moth
  • Costello Moth
  • Father

Voice Characterizations

  • William Hanna - Abbott Moth
  • Mel Blanc - Costello Moth
  • Harry E. Lang - Father

Credits

  • Director: Harold Walker
  • Story: Owen Fitzgerald, Bill Phillips
  • Animation: Alfred EugsterEdward Smith, Don Williams, John Carey
  • Layouts: Graham Place
  • Backgrounds: Robert Gentle
  • Music: Eric Maddox (theme music), Del Castillo
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