Trees and Jamaica Daddy (1957)


Original Title: Trees and Jamaica Daddy
Type: Short
Genre: Animation, Short, Music
Runtime: 7 Minutes
Release Date: 29 Dec 1957 (USA)
Is Adult: No
Language: 
English
Rated: n/A
Director: 
Fred Crippen, Lew Keller
Stars: 
n/A  




Description

"Trees and Jamaica Daddy" was the first of a UPA series (short-lived) that featured two different subjects (plot, characters)running about 3.5 minutes each, on a seven-minute reel. The first one here was titled "Trees", featuring a little...




Plot

"Trees and Jamaica Daddy" was the first of a UPA series (short-lived) that featured two different subjects (plot, characters)running about 3.5 minutes each, on a seven-minute reel. The first one here was titled "Trees", featuring a little girl named Hattie giving her version of the birds, the bees and trees. The second one on the reel was called "Jamaica Daddy", about the animated Hamilton Ham and his band, who tell all about, in music and the usual UPA animation style, Jamaica Daddy, and his family tree in calypso fashion. "Ham-and-Hattie" were not a team, and did not appear together in this cartoon. Written by Les Adams





Details (General)

  • AKA (Also Known As)

    Ham and Hattie (United States)

  • Company

    United Productions of America (UPA)

  • Country

    United States

  • Certification

    United States:Approved





  • Details (Technical)

  • Color

    Color (Cinecolor)

  • Sound Mix

    Mono