Learning the words to your favorite Disney tunes is easy and fun, thanks to your hosts Mr. Owl and Ludwig von Drake! As you thrill to a glorious rainbow of scenes from Disney Classics, cartoons, movies and TV shows, the words to the songs appear on-screen for easy follow-along singing. This volume includes songs from Disney's animated hit film Oliver & Company featuring Grammy award-winner Billy Joel as Dodger. So gather up the family and join some very special Disney friends for great fun, great music and great company. The gang's all ready...Are you?
Sing along with Billy Joel from Disney's animated hit film Oliver & Company! Includes Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs, The Aristocats...and more!
101 Notes of Fun
Songs are for sharing, and learning the words to your favourite Disney songs has never been so much fun! Just sing along to the on-screen lyrics as you enjoy classic Disney characters in their most memorable musical scenes!
Mr. Owl and Professor Ludwig von Drake host this volume of DISNEY'S SING ALONG SONGS, which highlights music from Disney hit movies including 101 Dalmatians. Gather 'round the piano with all the lovable dalmation pups, and learn the words to songs from 101 Dalmatians, Alice in Wonderland, The Aristocats, and many others!
Co-hosted by Professor Owl and Ludwig Von Drake. At the beginning of the program, Professor Owl hosts. When "All in the Golden Afternoon" ends, Ludwig Von Drake takes over as host. Finally, after "Blue Danube Waltz" is over, Professor Owl takes over as host for the rest of the program.
Boo Boo Boo is the only song that doesn't have text words with a Mickey Mouse icon as a "bouncing ball" appearing on the screen; this song has only the blue words with the crooner from A Symposium on Popular Songs bouncing on them.
An edited version of the Old MacDonald Had a Band segment that appeared in this video was credited under Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom. From a technical sense, this is actually correct, because it derived from an episode of the Walt Disney anthology series titled Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom (season 5, episode 24), which aired on March 27th, 1959. The unaltered version of Old MacDonald Had a Band, which did not appear in this video, originated from the Disney short Jack and Old Mac. However, the US laserdisc and UK VHS correctly credits the song under Jack and Old Mac.
This installment was the first to promote, and feature songs from, a then recently-released Disney film (in this case, Oliver & Company). Prior to this, most installments promoted anniversary re-releases of older films. 101 Notes of Fun was used to promote One Hundred and One Dalmatians in 1994.
Retitled 101 Notes of Fun in the UK and other countries, and was not released until 1994.
†Cruella De Vil appears in 101 Notes of Fun and replaces "Let's All Sing Like the Birdies Sing". It also replaces the reprise of "Why Should I Worry?".