Remixed Version Of The Skeleton Dance

Well the Halloween season is in full swing. One of my personal favorite Silly Symphonies shorts is The Skeleton Dance. Last year I found this remixed version below and wanted to share it with all.

In 1929, Silly Symphonies released the animated short “The Skeleton Dance”.  The cartoon was produced and directed by Walt Disney and animated by Ub Iwerks.  If you haven’t seen the short I have it here for your enjoyment.


In the classic film, four human skeletons dance and make music around a spooky graveyard.  For the time and with what abilities they had with technology and such, this film is so great.  The music that goes along with the animation would lead you to believe that it was a newer short.  “The Skeleton Dance” was the first entry in the Silly Symphonies series.   In 1994, the “Dance” was voted #18 of the 50 Greatest Cartoons of all time by members of the animation field.

Created by Tom Thum, he took the original video and created a remixed version to enjoy making the music by not using a instrument.  Tom Thum is known for his internet beatboxing fame.  It’s great to see someone taking a classic and bringing it back to life in a whole new way.  For the die hard fans you may not like that someone took the classic and redid it, but I think you can enjoy both.  Walt always looked to the future and what we could do with technology and this is an example of what can be done.  Enjoy!!


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Author: TMSM Avenger

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As co-owner and co-creator of The Main Street Mouse. Working in a technical support position for 18 years, it was time for a change. As the Webmaster and Project Planner, I spend most of my time researching everything from the latest Disney News, technology advances and of course keeping up on all the Marvel news that comes out. I never considered myself a writer but I’ve come to like blogging and sharing news with all. I feel blessed everyday that I get to spend my days working with my best friend and love of my life while we continue to grow and expand what started as a hobby all those years ago.

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