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Farmyard Symphony (film)

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Directed byJack Cutting
Produced byWalt Disney
Story byVernon Stallings
Music byLeigh Harline
Layouts byArthur Heinemann
David Hilberman
Color processTechnicolor
Production
company
Distributed byRKO Radio Pictures
Release date
October 14, 1938
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Farmyard Symphony is a 1938 Silly Symphonies animated short film inspired by Farmyard Song.[1] It can be seen as a precursor to Fantasia due to using various pieces of classical music in one short. The film was directed by Jack Cutting and produced by Walt Disney.[2]

An adaptation of the short was featured in the Silly Symphony comic strip over six weeks, from October 23 to November 27, 1938, around the time of the film's theatrical release. While the short doesn't have much of a story, the comic adaptation expands on a running gag involving a piglet looking for food, giving one of the piglets distinctive markings and a name (Spotty), and turns the gag into a short narrative.[3] Spotty Pig also appeared in a nine-page story in the Silly Symphonies comic book issue #2 (1953).[4]

Plot

Set to various classical pieces, the animals of a farmyard go about their daily business. The highlight is a rooster wooing a white hen, with the other animals joining in until they hear a sound more welcoming to them: the call of feeding time.

Home video

The short was released on the 2001 Walt Disney Treasures DVD box set Silly Symphonies, found via an easter egg in the "Accent on Music" section.[2]

References

  1. ^ Mullaney (ed.), Dean (2016). Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies Volume 1: The Complete Disney Classics. San Diego, CA: IDW Publishing. p. 192. ISBN 9781631408045.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)
  2. ^ a b Merritt, Russell; Kaufman, J. B. (2016). Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies: A Companion to the Classic Cartoon Series (2nd ed.). Glendale, CA: Disney Editions. pp. 204–205. ISBN 978-1-4847-5132-9.
  3. ^ Taliaferro, Al; Osborne, Ted; De Maris, Merrill (2016). Silly Symphonies: The Complete Disney Classics, vol 2. San Diego: IDW Publishing. ISBN 978-1631408045.
  4. ^ "Silly Symphonies #2". Inducks. Retrieved 27 July 2019.


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