One of my favorite movies of all time is "The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T" I loved it as a kid, and now that I’m a grownup I’m still fond of it. It is from a story by Dr. Seuss.
I was just reminiscing fondly of a particular song, and found that it was on Youtube:
Also, I have a crush on Hans Conreid (who is getting dressed) of this time period. He used to host a TV show called "Fractured Flickers" that you fellow middle agers might remember….
It was from the "Rocky & Bullwinkle Show" people. It had the same voices, and they dubbed silent movies with dialog and made a new story.
The only one I can remember is “The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Boy Cheerleader”. He hung from the bell chanting:
“One two three four
who are we for”
in Dudley Do-Right’s voice.
Hans Conreid also played Uncle Tonoose on the Danny Thomas show.