What's that tune? - Forum.
OutOfOdor
2018-03-11T01:30:29Z
Like the description for this topic states, this is a revival of an old topic from the (thankfully) archived TTTP forums. The basis remains the same. If there's a tune from a golden age cartoon that you don't know the name of, inquire here, and one of us JUST might be able to help you out. I'll start us off:
-Haredevil Hare's title card music (might be either a silent film cue or a Stalling original) (found: "Rough Riders' March")
-Hip-Hip-Hurry's title card music (also turns up in the "Planet Patrol" pilot film on Thunderbean's "Mid Century Modern Vol. 1)
-jaunty bassoon track from "Pre-Hysterical Hare" that plays when we first see the sabertooth bunny (I know, awful cartoon, but I loooove that track!)
-title card music for "Hair-Raising Hare" and "The Hare-Brained Hypnotist" (silent film cue?)
-dramatic music in "8 Ball Bunny" during the map scene with Bugs and Playboy traveling the globe (Stalling original according to SABAM)
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
DevonB
2018-03-11T08:30:26Z
Originally Posted by: OutOfOdor 


-Haredevil Hare's title card music (might be either a silent film cue or a Stalling original)



The main title music is from the "Rough Riders March" by Hugo Riesenfeld.

OutOfOdor
2018-03-11T23:33:10Z
Originally Posted by: DevonB 

Originally Posted by: OutOfOdor 


-Haredevil Hare's title card music (might be either a silent film cue or a Stalling original)



The main title music is from the "Rough Riders March" by Hugo Riesenfeld.



Thanks, Devon! I was hopin' you'd show up with an ID!
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
Pokey J.Anti-Blockhead
2018-03-11T23:40:40Z
Originally Posted by: OutOfOdor 


-jaunty bassoon track from "Pre-Hysterical Hare" that plays when we first see the sabertooth bunny (I know, awful cartoon, but I loooove that track!)


To me, a creepy (Lik the short) but I love it. A John Seely-Capityl Records track, there were actually a number of composers. I've a got lot of this from a file sharing service (which I won't name) but could be an unidentified piece by bassonist Spencer Moore, whose piece (none of which or a ny others of these had anything but descriptions he he and numbers and letters)) "L-1158 ANIMATION COMEDY", a short collecton of bassoon sounds, was used in "Gopher Broke" when the barnyard dog from the Foghorn Leghorns keeps seeing that pig...
The piece YOU mention was used in a Gumby short (also about gophers) Gopher Trouble, and in a Davey and Goliath. I also love it.
Ian L.
2018-03-12T18:24:22Z
"-dramatic music in "8 Ball Bunny" during the map scene with Bugs and Playboy traveling the globe (Stalling original?)"

According to the cue sheet at SABAM, it's a Stalling original.

FTR, there's also this topic I made a while back with other music q's: http://intanibase.com/fo...d-Listen--Music-Question 
Pokey J.Anti-Blockhead
2018-03-13T03:14:36Z
Originally Posted by: Ian L. 

"-dramatic music in "8 Ball Bunny" during the map scene with Bugs and Playboy traveling the globe (Stalling original?)"

According to the cue sheet at SABAM, it's a Stalling original.

FTR, there's also this topic I made a while back with other music q's: http://intanibase.com/fo...d-Listen--Music-Question 



How'd you find the result at SABAM? I went there to the English language site, and searched the same short ano no results.
Ian L.
2018-03-13T11:36:19Z
It's listed under "BUGS BUNNY EIGHT BALL BUNNY". Due to the picky way the site has its search set up, sometimes it's easier to search by another song that plays in the short. In this case, I searched for "Don't Sweetheart Me", since that song also plays in "8 Ball Bunny".
Ian L.
2018-03-17T12:14:54Z
Originally Posted by: DevonB 

Originally Posted by: OutOfOdor 


-Haredevil Hare's title card music (might be either a silent film cue or a Stalling original)



The main title music is from the "Rough Riders March" by Hugo Riesenfeld.

BTW, just so there's no confusion: This is a completely different song than a song with the same title composed by Karl L. King. Unfortunately I have been unable to find the Riesenfeld version online to listen to- not even on iTunes.
Daffyrocks18
2018-03-22T14:02:19Z
Originally Posted by: Ian L. 

BTW, just so there's no confusion: This is a completely different song than a song with the same title composed by Karl L. King. Unfortunately I have been unable to find the Riesenfeld version online to listen to- not even on iTunes.


I know, and I also tried to find it, but I had no luck. It seems Karl King's version is the only circulating one


"WOO HOO! WOO HOO! WOO HOO-HOO-HOO-HOO!!!!"
OutOfOdor
2018-04-02T20:16:01Z
What's the Coyote's theme in "Fast and Furry-ous"? I checked SABAM to see if I could find a name and I couldn't access the cue sheet.
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
DevonB
2018-04-02T20:20:58Z
Originally Posted by: OutOfOdor 

What's the Coyote's theme in "Fast and Furry-ous"? I checked SABAM to see if I could find a name and I couldn't access the cue sheet.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOqz__nrkWk 
Jason Todd
2018-04-03T15:01:08Z
What's the name of the piece used in the title sequence and opening scene from Acrobatty Bunny?
DevonB
2018-04-03T18:19:43Z
Originally Posted by: Jason Todd 

What's the name of the piece used in the title sequence and opening scene from Acrobatty Bunny?



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9bEiA6NCHo 
OutOfOdor
2018-04-04T23:40:36Z
Thanks, Devon.
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
Ian L.
2018-04-09T19:37:21Z
Anyone know what the name of the song that plays over the title card for "Rabbit Transit" is?
OutOfOdor
2018-04-09T20:54:22Z
A few more cues I'm wondering about:
-the short comedic piece that accompanies the dog/tree gag in "Shop, Look and Listen"
-slow big-band piece that opens "Back Alley Op-Roar" (found: "Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart")
-title card tune in "Quiet Please!", (the Tom and Jerry, not the Popeye of the similar name) which also plays throughout the beginning of the cartoon
-title card music in "Joint Wipers" (possibly a Rodemich original, but since he often used pop music, wouldn't be surprised if this was a piece of popular music also...)
-brassy music that accompanies the pan of Bingzi-Bangzi in "Gorilla My Dreams" (found: "Congo")
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
Pokey J.Anti-Blockhead
2018-04-10T14:13:42Z
Originally Posted by: DevonB 

Originally Posted by: Jason Todd 

What's the name of the piece used in the title sequence and opening scene from Acrobatty Bunny?



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9bEiA6NCHo 



It's also used in many other cartoons, and in the titles also from "Porky's Baseball Broadcast", and "Porky the Fireman"!
Pokey J.Anti-Blockhead
2018-04-10T14:15:51Z
Originally Posted by: OutOfOdor 

A few more cues I'm wondering about:
-title card music in "Joint Wipers" (possibly a Rodemich original, but since he often used pop music, wouldn't be surprised if this was a piece of popular music also...)


What studio did that one..?
OutOfOdor
2018-04-10T19:02:05Z
Originally Posted by: Pokey J.Anti-Blockhead 

Originally Posted by: OutOfOdor 

A few more cues I'm wondering about:
-title card music in "Joint Wipers" (possibly a Rodemich original, but since he often used pop music, wouldn't be surprised if this was a piece of popular music also...)


What studio did that one..?



Van Beuren.
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
nickramer
2018-04-10T21:24:39Z
I would like to know a particular piece that was used in several '30's Terrytoons. I forget which ones, but the tune was later used as the theme music to the Mexican sitcom, "El Chavo".