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Cartoon Time

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Voicing/Format Big Note Piano Folio
Composer David/Livingston
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Big Note Songbook
Catalog # 00310051

Price: $9.95

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Product Description

Cartoon Time Composed by David/Livingston. For Big Note Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00310051, UPC: 073999487527)

19 animated hits, including: Casper the Friendly Ghost · Chip N Dale Rescue Rangers Theme Song · (Meet) The Flintstones · I'm Popeye the Sailor Man · Mickey Mouse March · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CASPER THE FRIENDLY GHOST DAVID/LIVINGSTON  
CHIP N DALE RESCUE RANGERS THEME SONG MUELLAR,MARK  
DUCKTALES THEME MUELLER,MARK  
FELIX THE WONDERFUL CAT SHARPLES,WINSTON  
FRACTURED FAIRY TALES COMSTOCK,FRANK  
HUCKLEBERRY HOUND (MAIN TITLE) BARBERA/CURTIN/HANNA  
I'M POPEYE THE SAILOR MAN LERNER,SAMMY  
JETSONS,THE (MAIN THEME) BARBERA/CURTIN/HANNA  
LITTLE LULU  
MAGILLA GORILLA  
MEET THE FLINTSTONES BARBERA/CURTIN/HANNA  
MICKEY MOUSE MARCH (ALMA MATER) DODD,JIMMIE  
ROCKY AND BULLWINKLE COMSTOCK,FRANK  
SCOOBY DOO (MAIN TITLE) BARBERA/CURTIN/HANNA  
SMURFS,THE  
THIS IS IT (THEME FROM THE BUGS BUNNY SH DAVID/LIVINGSTON  
TOP CAT (MAIN TITLE) BARBERA/HANNA/TIMMEN  
WOODY WOODPECKER IDRISS/TIBBLES  
YOGI BEAR SONG BARBERA/CURTIN/HANNA  

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