This was off of his 1959 LP that also featured his mega-hit BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS. This song was originally done by Moon Mullican and was a hit a few years back by BR 549, but this is by far my all-time favorite version.
What we have here are two Halloween themed cartoons. Both of these are from the golden age of animation--The first one is an early Universal production by Walter Lantz starrnig Oswald, The Lucky Rabbit, a character origally created by Walt Disney. This "Spooks is from 1930" . The second version is a 1932 production by UB Iwerks and stars Flip the Frog. Iwerks was originally part of Walt Disney's team of animators..
This is a documentary abut a very strange record producer--if you thought Phil Spector was odd, check out this guy. He produced Telstar by the Tornados plus lots of other classic British hits--his work is not as well known here in the US, but many collectors still seek out his work
This is the last Looney Tunes cartoon to feature Bosko. It contains the earliest appearance of Hitler in a cartoon short--also there is a certain four-letter word uttered by Bosko. possibly the first use of that certain word in any Hollywood motion picture.
This is an early Merry Melodies cartoon from 1931. Be Warned!!!!!!!! THIS IS NOT POLITICALLY CORRECT BY TODAY'S STANDARDS BUT IT IS WHAT IT IS FROM THAT TIME PERIOD. This is the first time I've seen this full length and uncut. The warner Bros screen titles are intact.