Ain't We Got Fun
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"Ain't We Got Fun" a.k.a. "Ain't We Got Fun?": "Ain't We Got Fun?" is a popular foxtrot published in 1921 with music by Richard A. Whiting, lyrics by Raymond B. Egan and Gus Kahn.
- also known as Ain't We Got Fun? / Carolina in the Morning
- music by Richard A. Whiting
- lyrics by Gus Kahn & Raymond B. Egan
"Ain't We Got Fun": Ain't We Got Fun is a 1937 Merrie Melodies cartoon short, directed by Tex Avery and based on the popular song of that name. The plotline concerns a cat who is tricked by a group of fun-loving mice into taking the blame for the mess they created and thrown out of the house into the snow by his cantankerous old owner. The mice then do a song routine of the title song, and have taken over by the time the old man realizes what happened. The old man begs the cat to come back and take care of the rodent problem, but the cat, pride wounded, stubbornly remains in the snow. When the mice in the house taunt him, "You are a fraidy cat! Ha, ha, ha!", the cat's pride can only be satisfied by rushing back into the house and chasing the mice into the snow, at which point the old owner acts gently with the cat.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- music by Carl Stalling
- genres: Animation, Family, Comedy
- released in (78 years ago)
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