History Trivia / WhatsOperaDoc

7th Oct '15 9:00:01 PM Karxrida
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* TheOtherDarrin: Though Arthur Q. Bryan otherwise voiced Elmer in this short, MelBlanc performed "SMOOOOOOOOOOOOGGGGGGGGGG!" WordOfGod stated it was because it made it funnier. ** That, and apparently Arthur Q. Bryan couldn't scream as loud as Blanc.
to:
* TheOtherDarrin: Though Arthur Q. Bryan otherwise voiced Elmer in this short, MelBlanc performed "SMOOOOOOOOOOOOGGGGGGGGGG!" WordOfGod stated it was because it made it funnier. ** That, funnier and apparently Arthur Q. Bryan couldn't scream as loud as Blanc.

* VindicatedByCable: According to a featurette on the ''Looney Tunes Golden Collection, Vol. 2'', "What's Opera, Doc?" initially wasn't really any more recognized or popular than any of the other Looney Tunes shorts coming out during that time period. It wasn't until years later via TV reairings that people began to realize the sheer genius and masterpiece of a cartoon this is. ** It was however given a prestigious premiere on the Warner Bros. lot, unlike other Warner shorts. *** Apparently some symphony/opera radio stations have started to pick up on the cartoon and its music as well.
to:
* VindicatedByCable: According to a featurette on the ''Looney Tunes Golden Collection, Vol. 2'', "What's Opera, Doc?" initially wasn't really any more recognized or popular than any of the other Looney Tunes shorts coming out during that time period. It wasn't until years later via TV reairings that people began to realize the sheer genius and masterpiece of a cartoon this is. ** It was however given a prestigious premiere on the Warner Bros. lot, unlike other Warner shorts. *** Apparently some symphony/opera radio stations have started to pick up on the cartoon and its music as well.is.
19th Jun '15 6:33:51 PM NWolfman
Is there an issue? Send a Message
** That, and apparently Arthur Q. Bryan couldn't quite get the line right.
to:
** That, and apparently Arthur Q. Bryan couldn't quite get the line right.scream as loud as Blanc.
1st Mar '12 12:08:01 PM Angeldeb82
Is there an issue? Send a Message
*** AscendedFanon: Some symphony/opera radio stations have started to pick up on the cartoon and its music as well.
to:
*** AscendedFanon: Some Apparently some symphony/opera radio stations have started to pick up on the cartoon and its music as well.
29th Feb '12 6:45:30 PM Angeldeb82
Is there an issue? Send a Message
** It was however given a prestigious premiere on the Warner Bros. lot, unlike other Warner shorts.
to:
** It was however given a prestigious premiere on the Warner Bros. lot, unlike other Warner shorts.shorts. *** AscendedFanon: Some symphony/opera radio stations have started to pick up on the cartoon and its music as well.
29th Feb '12 4:10:26 PM Angeldeb82
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* ThrowItIn: "SMOOOOOG!" was an ad-lib.
to:
* ThrowItIn: "SMOOOOOG!" was an ad-lib.ad-lib. * VindicatedByCable: According to a featurette on the ''Looney Tunes Golden Collection, Vol. 2'', "What's Opera, Doc?" initially wasn't really any more recognized or popular than any of the other Looney Tunes shorts coming out during that time period. It wasn't until years later via TV reairings that people began to realize the sheer genius and masterpiece of a cartoon this is. ** It was however given a prestigious premiere on the Warner Bros. lot, unlike other Warner shorts.
This list shows the last 5 events of 5. Show all.