The Great Gildersleeve premiered on NBC on August 31, 1941. It moves the title character from the McGees' Wistful Vista to Summerfield, where Gildersleeve oversees his late brother-in-law's estate and rears his orphaned niece and nephew, Marjorie and Leroy Forrester. The household also includes a cook named Birdie. Peary continued his career (often billed as Hal Peary) in films and television well into the 1970s; he was especially active as a voice actor for cartoons produced by Rankin-Bass and Hanna-Barbera, among others.
Seuss, The Great Gildersleeve – Gerald McBoing-Boing. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Gerald McBoing Boing (Li. .has been added to your Cart. So goes the hilarious tale of a boy who was a little bit different-a tale that only Dr. Seuss could create.
Gerald McBoing-Boing, a boy who can only make sounds, is ostracized by his family and peers because he cannot speak real words. He struggles to find his place in the world until one day he was approached by a man who owns a radio station and is looking for someone to make the sound effects. He tells Gerald that he would be perfect for the job and soon enough, Gerald is successful and becomes rich. He also created a cartoon called Gerald McBoing-Boing which also won him an Oscar. In May of 1954, Life published a report concerning illiteracy among school children. The report said, among other things, that children were having trouble to read because their books were boring.
Seuss, Dr. GERALD McBOING-BOING (CAS-3054); told by The Great Gildersleeve. Audio disk: analog, 78 RPM, mono, 10 inch. The record shows light scratching to both sides. The color pictorial paper album cover, which is illustrated by Dr. Seuss, is bright and fresh with some splitting to the edges where the record has cut through the paper. The condition of both the record and the record cover are VERY GOOD +. Only one copy located on OCLC/WorldCat.
Gerald McBoing Boing.
Gerald McBoing-Boing is an animated short film produced by United Productions of America (UPA) and given wide release by Columbia Pictures on November 2, 1950. The winner of the 1950 Academy Award for Best Animated Short, Gerald McBoing-Boing is the story of a little boy who speaks through sound effects instead of spoken words. It was adapted by Phil Eastman and Bill Scott from a story by Dr. Seuss, directed by Robert Cannon, and produced by John Hubley This film was the first successful theatrical cartoon produced by UPA after their initial experiments with a short series of cartoons featuring Columbia Pictures stalwarts The Fox and the Crow.
Redirected from Gerald McBoing Boing). Gerald McBoing-Boing is an animated short film about a little boy who speaks through sound effects instead of spoken words. It was produced by United Productions of America (UPA) and given wide release by Columbia Pictures on November 2, 1950. Seuss, directed by Robert Cannon, and produced by John Hubley.
|F-32001||Dr. Seuss, The Great Gildersleeve*||Dr. Seuss, The Great Gildersleeve* - Gerald McBoing-Boing (7")||Capitol Records||F-32001||US||1950|
|CASF-3054||Dr. Seuss, The Great Gildersleeve*||Dr. Seuss, The Great Gildersleeve* - Gerald McBoing-Boing (7")||Capitol Records||CASF-3054||US||1950|