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 Oh, Little Audrey says

"Save for a rainy day."

She saves, but every time it rains

She spends what she puts away.

 She knows her proverbs, A to Z,

And knows the good they bring.

But when she has to follow them,

Well, that's another thing.

 Oh, Little Audrey says

"While the sun is out, make hay."

Though she's not immense,

There's a lot of sense

In what Little Audrey has to say.

"Little Audrey Says" Theme Song

Little Audrey is a cartoon character from Famous Studios, made during The Golden Age of Animation. Her creation was spurred by the studio deciding not to renew the rights to Little Lulu and creating a a similar character to used in the shorts. She is voiced by Mae Questel, who also voiced Betty Boop and Olive Oyl in the Popeye cartoons. During her Famous Studios years, she starred in a fair amount of cartoons between 1947 to 1958 before she appeared in Harvey Comics afterward.

No relation to that other Audrey.


Filmography

  • Santa's Surprise: December 5, 1947
  • Olive Oyl For President (Not a Little Audrey cartoon, but she does make a brief cameo in it): January 30, 1948
  • Butterscotch And Soda: July 16, 1948
  • The Lost Dream: March 18, 1949
  • Song of the Birds (a semi-remake of the 1930's Max Fleischer Color Classics short of the same name): November 18, 1949
  • Tarts and Flowers: May 26, 1950
  • Goofy Goofy Gander: August 18, 1950
  • Hold the Lion, Please: August 27, 1951
  • Audrey the Rainmaker: October 26, 1951
  • Law and Audrey: May 23, 1952
  • The Case of the Cockeyed Canary: December 19, 1952
  • Surf Bored: July 17, 1953
  • The Seapreme Court: January 29, 1954
  • Dizzy Dishes [1]: February 4, 1955
  • Little Audrey Riding Hood: October 14, 1955
  • Fishing Tackler: March 29, 1957
  • Dawg Gawn: December 12, 1958
Tropes used in Little Audrey include:

Notes

  1. No relation to the debut short of Betty Boop, which shares the same name as this cartoon
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