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Life Begins For Andy Panda



Life Begins for Andy Panda (originally titled Pygmy Trouble) is a 1939 American short subject cartoon created by Walter Lantz, as the very first Andy Panda film.

Released originally as Pygmy Trouble, the film was retitled in parody of the Andy Hardy film Life Begins for Andy Hardy. The short capitalized on public interest surrounding the United States’ first captive panda, Su Lin, who had been donated to the Brookfield Zoo in Chicago three years earlier and whose arrival created a consumer desire for panda-related products. The film was the first Andy Panda film, introducing Andy as a baby. Papa Panda was voiced by Mel Blanc, Mama Panda by Sara Berner, and Andy Panda by Margaret Hill-Talbot. In Andy Panda’s fourth film,Knock Knock Walter Lantz’s more famous character, Woody Woodpecker, was first introduced.

3 Comments to Life Begins For Andy Panda

  1. Is there any reason why it has been god damn cartoons that past 3 weeks? I mean, I loved cartoons, but some shitty spin off series that lasted 15 minutes is really not worth mentioning. Here’s Ghost Fart, it aired June 4th, 1972 and lasted for 3 episodes. Wow!!! 4 fucking people on the planet, just became nostalgic…

  2. Doober on January 15th, 2013
  3. chill dude…

    Andy Panda cartoons were funny

  4. Joey BadaBing on January 16th, 2013
  5. Wow are you 82? Don’t worry I’m sure they’ll post Steam Boat Willy’s 1928 debut soon. You can reminiss about seeing it for 5 cents, when you were 8 years old at the Penny Arcade. I want Ghost Busters, Rubix Cubes, Soul Glow, Eddie Murphy (pre Pluto Nash), Sam Kinison, Rodney Dangerfield, etc… Not stupid cartoons that no one watched.

  6. Doober on January 30th, 2013

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