The Original Mickey Mouse Club Show


Fun with Music Day: Mouseketeer Musical Numbers

The table below contains all known Mouseketeer Fun With Music Day numbers appearing in the first season of the original Mickey Mouse Club, by order of broadcast. These were at first termed "Mousekatune Specials" and introduced by a Mouseketeer with a large title card. If you find that your favorite number doesn't appear here, it might have been on Anything Can Happen Day; at least one song with a FWM Day production number wound up on a Wednesday show.

Storyline credits are assumed to be Bill Walsh, Hal Adelquist, and Roy Williams. Bob Amsberry should probably be credited for any skit for which he also wrote the song. Song credits are listed in parantheses. Where available, images and video links have been provided from the actual show. For some of the shows there is no picture or information available. Only original broadcast appearences are listed; reruns are excluded. Note that some musical numbers or photos might be incorrectly assigned to a particular show. While all shows are listed, the songs and other credits for them are incomplete.

Most of the information below was extracted from original research done by Bill Cotter, however, any errors of fact or mistakes in interpretation are my own. Quite a few photos, descriptions, and cast lists come courtesy of Rick from Dallas (RfD).

  Season 1   (1955-56)  
The Friendly Farmers
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: July 1955
  Broadcast: Oct 3, 1955
  Intro: Mary Sartori
  Lead: Bob Amsberry
  Solo: Thurl Ravenscroft (voiceover)
  With: Mary S, Lonnie, Bonni, Dennis, Bronson, Tim
  Song: The Friendly Farmers (Amsberry/Marcellino)
  It's unfortunate this novelty song and dance was the first Mouseketeer number seen. Jack Gould of the NYT singled it out for derision in his review the next day, which may have caused Walt Disney to bear a grudge against Bob Amsberry.

Amsberry had made a career out of doing "animal noises" on his radio show in Portland, Oregon, before joining the Disney Studio music department in 1955. His sound effects were eclipsed by his character bits and songwriting skills in later seasons of the MMC.
The Shoe Song #1
  Prod No: 8206-???
  Filmed: May-June 1955
  Broadcast: Oct 3, 1955
  Intro: Jimmie
  Lead: Roy, Jimmie
  Solo: Bronson, Karen, Darlene, Cubby, Sharon
  With: Dennis, Bonni, Bobby, Doreen, Mike, Mark, Don
  Song: The Shoe Song (Jimmie Dodd)

  This number seemingly began in the middle, with Jimmie giving a voice-over intro. Jimmie also identifies each of the kids as they came on in costume, a nice touch rarely used in other numbers.
The Pussycat Polka  
  Prod No: 8206-00?
  Filmed: June 1955
  Broadcast: Oct 10, 1955
  Intro: Nancy Abbate
  Lead: Jimmie Dodd, Ruth Carrell
  With: Billie, Mary E, Lonnie, Judy, Nancy, Dallas
  Song: Pussycat Polka (Jimmie Dodd)

  Jimmie and his wife Ruth performed this song in voiceover, while six mice danced in cat costumes. Jimmie's predeliction for cats ran counter to Walt Disney's usual feelings about felines.

This was the seventh FWM number filmed, the last in which Dallas Johann would appear, though some numbers filmed earlier with him were broadcast later.
Old MacDonald Had a Farm  
  Prod No: 8206-00?
  Filmed: May-June 1955
  Broadcast: Oct 10, 1955
  Intro: Roy Williams
  Lead: Jimmie Dodd, Darlene Gillespie
  Solo: Bob Amsberry, Dennis, Mary E, Karen, Cubby
  With: Sharon, Doreen, Mike, Mark, Bonni, Don, Bobby, Bronson
  Song: Old MacDonald (trad., Jimmie Dodd, Roy Williams)

  Jimmie and the younger kids sing about unconventional animals, while the older kids explain what they are. Mary Espinosa does a bit as a Gypsy fortuneteller, while Bob Amsberry does a singing telegram deliveryman. This was the second number to be filmed.

The milkmaid costumes Darlene and Bonni wear were from character dances the girls performed before the MMC at Burch Mann's dance studio. Audition photos from April 1955 show a number of girls from Burch's studio wearing these.
Do-Mi-So  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: August-September 1955
  Broadcast: Oct 17, 1955
  Intro: Cubby
  Lead: Darlene Gillespie, Tommy Cole
  Solo: Jimmie (voiceover)
  With: Bobby, Cubby
  Song: Do-Mi-So (George Bruns)

  Darlene as Mary, Mary Quite Contrary and Tommy as Little Boy Blue lead two other Mouseketeers in this swinging big-band take on Mother Goose.
I Am Not Now and Never Have Been in Love  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: August-September 1955
  Broadcast: Oct 17, 1955
  Intro: Jimmie Dodd (voiceover)
  Lead: Tommy Cole
  With: Nancy, Darlene, Annette, Doreen
  Song: I Am Not Now and Never Have Been in Love (Adair/Fine/Penner)

  (RfD) Tommy helps Nancy up after she falls, and gets teased. He sings his disclaimer about love, but a dream ballet sequence with the other three girls changes his mind.

This number marked Annette's first appearence on FWM Day outside of roll call. It would be another month before she appeared in a number again, yet already fan mail was pouring into the studio for her. Since she didn't do Circus Day or Guest Star Day shows, it seems to have been driven by her appearences on TRU Day and in daily roll call.
Animals and Clowns  
  Prod No: 8206-00?
  Filmed: May-June 1955
  Broadcast: Oct 24, 1955
  Intro: Darlene (as clown)
  Lead: Billie
  Quartet: Mellomen
  With: Jimmie, Judy, Nancy, Roy, Mary E, Dallas
  Song: Animals and Clowns (Imogen Carpenter/Lenny Adelson)

  The fourth number filmed, it had very simple staging combined with voiceover vocals provided by The Mellomen. The quartet also doubled as on-camera performers playing circus bandsmen. The giraffe costume had an adult male in it, possibly Bob Amsberry. Dallas is inside the drum, which has a clear plastic front, allowing his name to be seen on his shirt (RfD).

This songwriting team worked with Judy Harriet on several of her post-MMC films and recordings.
Old MacDonald Had a Tree  
  Prod No: 8206-00?
  Filmed: May-June 1955
  Broadcast: Oct 24, 1955
  Intro: Unknown
  Lead: Jimmie Dodd, Roy Williams
  With: Darlene, Don, Bobby, Bonni, Sharon, Karen, Mike, Dennis, Bronson
  Song: Old MacDonald Had a Tree (trad/Dodd/Williams)

  This had the same cast, staging, and storyline as the earlier Old MacDonald number. The substitution of "tree" heralded a catalog of birds instead of animals.
Old Betsy  
  Prod No: 8206-00?
  Filmed: May-June 1955
  Broadcast: Oct 31, 1955
  Intro: Mary Espinosa, Roy
  Lead: Jimmie
  Solo: None
  With: Nancy, Billie, Judy, Mary E., Lonnie, Dallas
  Song: Bang Goes Old Betsy (Gil George/George Bruns)

  'Old Betsy' was the name Davy Crockett gave his rifle. Mary does the usual title card intro, then Roy "carves" a message on a tree. Jimmie sang the song, as each of the mice played an adversary dealt with by Davy's shootin' iron. The photo comes from the end of the skit, after Jimmie fires Old Betsy into the sky. Judging by the low number on the photo this was either the first or second Mouseketeer number to be filmed.
The Little Cow  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: June-August 1955
  Broadcast: Oct 31, 1955
  Intro: Roy
  Lead: Jimmie, Roy, Bobby, Bonni, Don
  With: Karen, Cubby, Sharon, Darlene, Doreen, Mark, Dennis
  Song: Green Grass Grows All Around (trad/Dodd/Baker)
  Song: Irish Washerwoman (trad/arr Buddy Baker)

  This one had a sight gag of an ever-increasing number of kids singing with Jimmie after each cutover to Roy's quick sketches, culminating in a toast to milk. It was followed by an instrumenatal bit with Bobby, Bonni, and Don as a rural romantic triangle.
Sho Jo Ji aka The Hungry Racoon  
  Prod No: 8206-00?
  Filmed: May-June 1955
  Broadcast: Nov 7, 1955
  Intro: Unknown
  Lead: Unknown
  Duet: Frances Archer, Bevery Gile (voiceover)
  With: Billie, Nancy, Mary E, Dallas, Roy, Judy
  Song: Sho Jo Ji (trad/Archer/Gile/Walsh)

  An early number in which the kids march around with folded arms and serious expressions meant to convey oriental stoicism.

Frances Archer and Beverly Gile were folk singers who performed songs from many countries, including this Japanese children's ditty. Sho-Jo-Ji is a tanuki, called a racoon-dog in English, but for this song dubbed simply a racoon. The song was performed by Archer and Gile in voice-over with an unknown male singer.
Simple Simon #1  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: June-Aug 1955
  Broadcast: Nov 7, 1955
  Lead: Roy
  Trio: Jimmie, Bonni, Sharon
  Solo: Darlene, Bobby, Cubby, Doreen, Dennis, Bronson, Mark
  With: Karen, Don, Mike
  Song: Simple Simon (trad/Jimmie Dodd/Tom Adair)

  Jimmie, Bonni, and Sharon sing about Simple Simon's (Roy) adventures with characters at the fair. Those Mouseketeers playing solo characters had their voices dubbed by Bob Amsberry & the Mellomen.
Humphrey Hop  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Oct 1955
  Broadcast: Nov 14, 1955
  Intro: Bonni
  Lead: None
  Voiceover: Unknown
  With: Roy, Unknown
  Song: Humphrey Hop (Dawes Butler/George Bruns)

  Big Bear Roy makes six smaller bears clean-up the woods while he naps. The bears start dancing to music; as the dance progresses the smallest two exit off stage. When big bear wakes, he growls at the unfinished chore. Instrumental dance number, with a few voiceover lines at start and end.

During filming the crew reportedly broke for lunch and left the kids trapped in their costumes. By the next season the producers realized it made no sense to hire photogenic kids then stick them into full body costumes with masks.
Orange in the Orchard  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Jul-Aug 1955
  Broadcast: Nov 14, 1955
  Intro: Roy
  Lead: Jimmie, Roy
  Duet: Bonni, Bobby
  With: Red Team Chorus
  Song: Green Grass Grows All Around (trad/Dodd/Baker)

  This "Green Grass Grows #2" pushed OJ instead of milk. The sight gag from first time was reversed, with a decreasing number of mice singing with Jimmie in-between cutovers to Roy's sketches. Bobby and Bonni do a fast acrobatic swing dance while filling bushels in the orange grove before raising the ire of Farmer Roy.
Roy at the Dike aka Boy at the Dike  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Jul-Aug 1955
  Broadcast: Nov 21, 1955
  Intro: Unknown
  Lead: Roy, Jimmie
  With: Lee, Bonni, Bronson, others
  Song: Clippity-Clop (Marcellino/Amsberry)

  Very little information on this other than what can be gleaned from the few photos available. One of the very few FWM numbers in which John Lee Johann appeared.

The Bob Amsberry-Muzzy Marcellino song, also known as Roy at the Dike on Disney records, was heavily revised for a third season Talent Roundup Day number called Jeanette's Wooden Shoes, performed by Linda Hughes.
Painting Aunt Polly's Fence  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Jul-Aug 1955
  Broadcast: Nov 21, 1955
  Lead: Jimmie
  Solo: Cubby, Lonnie, Don, Mark, Mike
  Song: Painting Aunt Polly's Fence (Gil George/Paul Smith)

  Jimmie as Tom Sawyer gets the other boys to pay him for the privilege of white-washing Aunt Polly's fence.

All-guy numbers were rare on the MMC. All-female numbers were equally rare; the show's writers tried to balance the genders. Where the storylines called for only masculine characters (as they sometimes did) it was common practice to dress some of the girls up in male attire. The opposite situation never occurred with Mouseketeer guys; there was no drag on the MMC except for guest star Willie Krall.
Mickey Mouse Mambo  
  Prod No: 8206-021
  Filmed: Jul-Aug 1955
  Broadcast: Nov 28, 1955
  Lead: Jimmie
  Band: George Bruns, other adults
  With: Mary Sartori, Johnny, other mice
  Song: Mickey Mouse Mambo (Dodd/arr Pietro Deiro Jr)

  Musician-composer and music publisher Pietro Deiro Jr reworked Jimmie's Mickey Mouse Club March into a mambo version. Jimmie and other Disney musicians played the piece while the Mouseketeers provided the dancing. The Lennon Sisters later recorded this version for Lawrence Welk.

This set was reused in part for the second season Get Acquainted Calypso with spelling corrected to "VooDoo" on the hut's sign.
I'm a British Grenadier  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Jul-Aug 1955
  Broadcast: Nov 28, 1955
  Lead: Bob Amsberry
  Solo: Bronson, Darlene, Lonnie, Doreen, Johnny, Roy
  Song: I'm a British Grenadier (Amsberry/Marcellino)

  Palace sentry Bob sings while he stands guard. 'Prentice lads and lasses try to make him smile, but it takes an obnoxious tourist (Roy) to accomplish it.

Bob Amsberry and composer Muzzy Marcellino collaborated on a half-dozen songs during the show's first season. For later seasons Bob worked most frequently with Franklyn Marks, whose main role was as pianist for Mouseketeer live shows and rehearsals.
A Cowboy Needs a Horse  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Sep 1955
  Broadcast: Dec 5, 1955
  Lead: Dennis Day
  With: Unknown
  Song: A Cowboy Needs a Horse (Paul Howard/William Mills)

  (RfD) This was a "dream sequence" number, with only Dennis visible; the other Mouseketeers were in cactus costumes.

This number actually predates the release of the Disney animated short of the same name. It was meant to dovetail with publicity for the short, which was directed by Bill Justice. Besides recruiting Jimmie Dodd, Justice was involved with the MMC thru demonstrating animation for the occasional series Karen in Kartoonland.
Simple Simon #2  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Sep 1955
  Broadcast: Dec 5, 1955
  Lead: Roy
  Trio: Jimmie, Karen, Cubby
  Solo: Nancy, Lonnie, Doreen, Bobby, Annette, Bronson, Darlene
  With: Don, Mike, Johnny
  Song: Simple Simon (trad/Jimmie Dodd/Tom Adair)

  Same storyline as the first version of this number, with voiceovers by the Mellomen for those Mouseketeers playing characters.

Get Busy  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Sep 1955
  Broadcast: Dec 12, 1955
  Lead: Jimmie
  With: Bobby, Karen, Cubby, and others
  Song: Get Busy (Jimmie Dodd/Tom Adair)

  This was a song about helping out your parents by getting involved with doing household chores.
The Shoe Song #2  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Sep 1955
  Broadcast: Dec 12, 1955
  Quartet: Jimmie, Annette, Johnny, Mike
  With: Nancy, Sharon, Doreen, Darlene, Lonnie, Bobby, Don, Karen
  Song: The Shoe Song (Jimmie Dodd)

  Thanks to Rick from Dallas for providing information and a photo from this number.
Be Sure You're Right  
  Prod No: 8206-008
  Filmed: June 1955
  Broadcast: Dec 19, 1955
  Lead: Jimmie
  With: Judy, Lonnie, others
  Song: Be Sure You're Right (Fess Parker/Buddy Ebsen)
  Song: Polly, You Are My Love (George Bruns/Tom Blackburn)

  Lonnie plays a young Davy Crockett who encounters an equally young Native American chief (played by an unknown Mouseketeer), while Jimmie as the adult Davy serenades Judy. This was filmed early in the show's production but not broadcast until later in the season.

The Crockett craze ebbed as fast as it rose; by the time the MMC reached the air it was already receding.
Hi To You  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Oct 1955
  Broadcast: Dec 19, 1955
  Lead: Jimmie, Karen, Johnny
  With: Bonni and others
  Song: Hi To You (Dodd/Gyldmark/Skaarup)

  (RfD) This number was based on a Scandinavian folk song, sung by the leads, with the other mice pretending to skate around an ice pond.

The song had several incarnations on the MMC and elsewhere. Composed by Danish musicians, Jimmie gave it new lyrics emphasizing wintertime fun. The song was then reworked by Sid Miller for the second-season Talent Roundup roll call. Somewhere along the way the Lennon Sisters recorded yet another version for the Lawrence Welk show.
Roy, Roy, Quick on the Draw  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Oct 1955
  Broadcast: Dec 26, 1955
  Lead: Roy Williams, Jimmie Dodd
  With: Bonni, Dennis, Bronson, Tim, Mary Sartori, Mark, Don, Lonnie
  Song: Roy, Roy, Quick on the Draw (Amsberry/Marcellino)

  Bad-guy Roy-Roy is a quick-draw graffiti artist whose gun has black chalk in the barrel. Jimmie is the sheriff, whose gun holds an eraser.

The song was given a quick reprise by Annette and Jimmie Dodd in the following number, shown the same day.
Ten Little Indians  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Oct 1955
  Broadcast: Dec 26, 1955
  Lead: Jimmie Dodd, Annette, Roy Williams
  With: Lonnie, Doreen, Bobby, Cubby, Karen, Darlene, others
  Song: Ten Little Indians (Trad/Bob Amsberry/Muzzy Marcellino)

  A two part skit, with Annette and Jimmie doing a unrelated opening, possibly tacked on to the original number as an early acknowledgement of Annette's fan mail. Focus then shifted to the number, before returning to Jimmie and Annette for the closing with a brief rendtion of Roy, Roy, Quick on the Draw.

There were easily ten Mouseketeer boys on the lot at this time, but as was typical practice a number of girls were outfitted as braves.
Cool, Calm, and Collected  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Oct 1955
  Broadcast: Jan 16, 1956
  Lead: Unknown
  With: Unknown
  Song: Cool, Calm, and Collected (Bob Amsberry/Muzzy Marcellino)

  There's no photos or information available about the content of this number. It marked a resumption of original broadcasting after two weeks of reruns during early January 1956.

Cooking with Minnie Mouse  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Oct 1955
  Broadcast: Jan 16, 1956
  Intro: Cliff Edwards
  Lead: Jimmie Dodd, Ruth Carrell
  With: Bobby, Darlene, Doreen, Annette, Nancy
  Song: Cooking with Minnie Mouse (Ruth Carrell/Jimmie Dodd)

  Jimmie and Ruth come on stage dressed as chefs and sing the prologue. The camera then shifts to Chef Bobby and the four girls who dance and bake cookies while Ruth continues to sing in voiceover.

Terrific little number, well-staged by director Dik Darley. Choreographer Burch Mann and arranger Buddy Baker threw touches of An American in Paris (1951) into the action. As with so many of these numbers Buddy Baker's musical arrangements really made the whole thing come alive.
The Village Blacksmith  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Oct 1955
  Broadcast: Jan 23, 1956
  Intro: Unknown
  Lead: Unknown
  With: Bonni, Lonnie, others
  Song: The Village Blacksmith (Gil George/Paul Smith)

  No information on this, though it seems likely Roy would have played the title character.
The Pencil Song  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Oct 1955
  Broadcast: Jan 23, 1956
  Intro: Unknown
  Lead: Jimmie Dodd
  With: Unknown
  Song: The Pencil Song (Jimmie Dodd)

  Jimmie Dodd was looking for work when his friend Bill Justice suggested he try out at Disney. They belonged to Roy Rogers' Hollywood Christian group, and also played tennis together. Bill told Jimmie the studio was looking for a song about a pencil. Jimmie wrote the song overnight and performed it the next day for producer Bill Walsh. Walsh knew Jimmie would be perfect for the MMC, but he also knew his boss had to have the idea first. So he arranged for Jimmie to perform the song for Walt Disney, who immediately suggested Jimmie be cast for the MMC.
When I Grow Up  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Oct 1955
  Broadcast: Jan 30, 1956
  Intro: None
  Solo: Darlene Gillespie
  With: None
  Song: When I Grow Up (J. Francis Burke/Jimmie Dodd)

  Darlene's signature song was the only FWM Day number throughout the show's entire run to feature a solo performer. Composer Sonny Burke and Jimmie Dodd probably wrote this sentimental ballad with Darlene's voice in mind; her singing had an especially poignant quality in her teenage years.
Mixed-Up Mother Goose  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Oct 1955
  Broadcast: Jan 30, 1956
  Intro: None
  Lead: Unknown
  With: Doreen
  Song: Unknown

  Aside from the one photo, there's no information on this show
Mousekedance  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Oct 1955
  Broadcast: Feb 6, 1956
  Intro: Unknown
  Lead: Jimmie Dodd
  With: Don, Mary Sartori, Bonni, Bobby, Lonnie, Annette
  Song: Mousekedance (Jimmie Dodd)

  Don and Mary get dance help from Jimmie and the other kids.
Song of the South  
  Prod No: 8206-053
  Filmed: Sept 15, 1955
  Broadcast: Feb 6, 1956
  Intro: Johnny
  Solo: Jimmie, Mike, Sharon, Doreen, Bobby
  With: Karen, Cubby, Annette, Darlene, Judy
  Song: How Do You Do?
  Song: Sooner or Later
  Song: Zip-a-dee Doo Dah
  Tie-in to re-release of Song of the South (1946) during 1956. Johnny introduces each act. Mike, Sharon, Doreen, and Bobby handle the first song, Karen and Cubby do a soft-shoe dance to the second, while Jimmie and Mousekatrio of Darlene, Judy and Annette sing the third.

Animal Alphabet  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: August 1955
  Broadcast: Feb 13, 1956
  Intro: Unknown
  Lead: Jimmie Dodd
  Trio: Nancy, Bobby, Sharon
  With: Mary Sartori, Darlene, Annette, others
  Song: Unknown

  No information on this number is available; the photos and cast list are only a guess
Fun with Music  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Aug-Oct 1955
  Broadcast: Feb 20, 1956
  Intro: Unknown
  Lead: Unknown
  With: Unknown
  Song: Fun with Music (M.David/J.Livingston/J.Dodd/Hoffman)

  Nothing is known about this number except the name of the song. It was replaced for the second season by a different song of the same name written by Sid Miller and Tom Adair.

Mack David and Jerry Livingston later wrote many TV theme songs for Warner Brothers shows (Maverick, 77 Sunset Strip, Hawaiian Eye).
Mousegetar Music Lesson  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Sept 1955
  Broadcast: Feb 20, 1956
  Intro: Unknown
  Lead: Jimmie
  Guitars: Darlene, Judy, Annette
  Dancers: Sharon, Bobby
  With: Mary E, Lee, Mary S, Don, Mark
  Song: Unknown

  (RfD) This was a behind the scenes glimpse of Mouseketeers relaxing; the three girls get a guitar lesson from Jimmie, while other mice do their own thing. Perhaps a commercial tie-in to the licensed marketing of the Mousegetar.
Hiawatha  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Sept 1955
  Broadcast: Feb 27, 1956
  Intro: Unknown
  Lead: Jimmie Dodd
  With: Annette, Mark, others
  Song: Hiawatha (Gil George/Jimmie Dodd)

  There's no information on this number, other than Jimmie plays the title role, while mice portray woodland creatures Hiawatha meets in Longfellow's poem.

Though it looks like one of the earliest productions with the animal face cutouts, this was actually filmed later in the first season.
Johnny Appleseed  
  Prod No: 8206-0??
  Filmed: Sep-Oct 1955
  Broadcast: Feb 27, 1956
  Lead: Jimmie Dodd
  Solo: Cubby, Tommy
  With: Judy, Annette, Karen, Roy
  Song: The Lord is Good To Me (Kim Gannon/Walter Kent)
  Song: The Pioneer Song (Kim Gannon/Walter Kent)
  Song: The Apple Song(Kim Gannon/Walter Kent)
  Several brief songs and two scene changes make this a skit as opposed to the usual first season standalone numbers. The songs all come from the Disney animated short of the same name.

According to one MMC crew member there was a short transition from Dik Darley's direction to Sid Miller's when both men were on the set. This skit certainly has the hallmarks of Sid Miller's tenure, though the director credit isn't known.

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