Dr. Seuss on the Loose

1973

Animation / Comedy / Family / Musical

10
IMDb Rating 7.6/10 10 709 709

Director

Top cast

Paul Winchell as Sneetches / Sam-I-Am / Guy-Am-I
Hans Conried as Narrator / Sneetch by the Bonfire / North-Going Zax / South-Going Zax / Fox
Mel Blanc as Additional Voices
Howard Morris as Additional Voices
720p.BLU 1080p.BLU
229.12 MB
986*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
12 hr 24 min
Seeds 16
424.96 MB
1480*1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
12 hr 24 min
Seeds 61

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by matthewsoares 10 / 10

A Wonderful Dr. Seuss Special

This Dr. Seuss special has three stories which are "The Sneetches", "The Zax" and "Green Eggs and Ham".

Reviewed by SimpsonsRock11 9 / 10

Great!

I love Dr. Seuss animated specials, and this is one of the best! I especially love the "Sneetches", and of course, I have a soft spot for "Green Eggs and Ham"! I love the songs they sing in the entire special, my favorites being the songs the backup singers sing in "Green Eggs and Ham" and the one before "The Zax" and all the songs from the Sneetches.

Reviewed by Woodyanders 9 / 10

Yes, I like this show a lot/I like it, like it/It hits the spot

This choice Dr. Seuss TV special offers three excellent and immensely entertaining stories in a tight 25-minute format. First and most profound segment, "The Sneetches" - Star-bellied sneetches shun their fellow sneetches with no stars on their stomachs in this breezy and charming, yet still relevant parable about prejudice and discrimination. Second nifty yarn, "The Zax" - Amusing vignette on stubbornness about a north-going zax and a south-going zax who obdurately refuse to get out of each other's way. Third and most delightfully madcap outing, "Green Eggs and Ham" - Persistent little Sam-I-Am (voiced with disarming sweetness by Paul Winchell) tries to convince a sour and recalcitrant grouch to sample his favorite dish of green eggs and ham. This particular tale rates as the program's definite hilarious apex, with Dr. Seuss' trademark clever rhymes and infectiously gonzo sense of the absurd operating at their gloriously goofy peak. As usual, it's an absolute joy to see Dr. Seuss' fertile and (over)active imagination at work. The stories all have a pertinent message, but fortunately never become too preachy or heavy-handed. The Cat in the Hat (marvelously voiced with lip-smacking hearty aplomb by Allan Sherman) makes for an extremely jovial and appealing host. The animation is quite vivid and impressive. Dean Elliott's groovy and lively score is likewise right-on funky and effective. A complete treat.

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