Three Little Bops

Three Little Bops (1957)

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Directed by: Friz Freleng

Starring: Stan Freberg

Genres: Animated, Comedy, Family, Musical, Short

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Continuity mistake: When the three little pigs are not impressed with the wolf's trumpet playing, you can see the pig that plays the drums has drumsticks in his hands. But when he and the other pigs throw the wolf out of the House of Straw, the drumsticks have gone.

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Continuity mistake: When the three little pigs hear the Big Bad Wolf playing his trombone in hell, the drumming pig only has a drum but when the wolf emerges from hell, a cymbal has appeared.

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Continuity mistake: When we see the door saying "No Wolves Allowed" at the House of Bricks, you can see the door is blue and made of wood. But when the Big Bad Wolf is standing by the door, it now appears completely plain.

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Trivia: There is no "That's all, Folks!" title card after the fade out. Just "The End" with white letters on a black background.

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Trivia: The cartoon is entirely sung (apart from incidental rhyming dialogue).

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Trivia: "Three Little Bops" marks the first time that anyone other than Mel Blanc was credited for voice characterizations. Stan Freberg provided all the voices in this cartoon.

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