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RAILROAD CARTOONS & SONGS W/SUBTITLES SO KIDS CAN SING ALONG
GRAPHIC/TITLE about railroads & history...animated cartoon train going over hills, hand hammering railroad spike
man in jail uniform stripes & ball/chain lying on train track hammering spike, anthropomorphic train approaches camera, whistles
man w/alarm clock tied to toe, traffic sign changes from stop to go, SUBTITLES w/words to 'I've been working on the railroad'- the subtitles feature line drawings depicting antics of railroad worker cat trying to get cow from train tracks
conductor yells thru bullhorn passengers w/luggage, sleeping in cars, hand pulls line/blows whistle, train crossing bridge
moving train tracks, train depot/station, sign says 'That a way you all', steam engine's wheels on tracks
SUBTITLE words to 'Alabama Bound' and cat w/load of kittens on train; man pumping handles of handcart, going up & down steep mountain & ends w/crash
SUBTITLES words to 'Where Do You Work-a John'' ? cats doing railroad work & singing, weird infinity of cats illustration
line drawing row grinning cats' faces
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