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Audio Commentaries for DVDs: Corrections

Looney Tunes DVDsIn Looney Tunes " Golden Collection" Volume 2:

Baby Bottleneck: It was Bing Crosby whose children were boys and Eddie Cantor whose children were girls. I knew that perfectly well but somehow reversed the genders in my commentary.

Book Revue: The trombonist is Tommy Dorsey, not Glenn Miller.

In Looney Tunes "Golden Collection" Volume 3:

The Coo-Coo Nut Grove: It's Lupe Velez, Johnny Weissmuller's wife for a few years in the 1930s, who carries him away, and not Maureen O'Sullivan, Jane to Weissmuller's Tarzan in the movies. (Thanks to Ken McAlinden for catching a mistake in my original post of this correction.)

In Popeye the Sailor 1933-1938, Volume 1:

I Eats My Spinach: I express some doubt about who was providing Olive Oyl's voice, and I say explicitly that it wasn't Mae Questel, but I should have read the notes I made years ago, when I first saw this cartoon: it's Questel, definitely.

[Posted March 28, 2007 and August 16, 2007; corrected March 30, 2007]

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