Chill Wills with The Starlighters - Francis The Talking Mule album
Title: Francis The Talking Mule
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Francis the Talking Mule was a mule character who became a celebrity during the 1950s as the star of seven popular nal film comedies. The character originated in the 1946 novel Francis by former . Army Captain David Stern III (1909–2003), son of newspaper publisher J. David Stern. After another studio turned down the property, Universal bought the rights for a film series, with Stern adapting his own script for the first entry, simply titled Francis.
Francis the Talking Mule was a mule character who became a celebrity during the 1950s after he starred in seven popular nal film comedies. YouTube Encyclopedic. Stan Zemanek V's Francis The Talking Mule Returns. Love Laughs At Andy Hardy.
Not Now. Related Pages. Dean Martin And Jerry Lewis: The Fun And The Fury. Includes all 7 feature-length movies: Francis Covers the Big Town Francis Goes to the Races Francis Goes to West Point Francis in the Haunted House Francis in the Navy Francis Joins the WACS Francis the Talking Mule.
Francis is just an average mule - except he can talk! Mules are very smart and Francis proves this all the time. The fabulous Chill Wills does the voice over and I think he was the perfect choice. 3 people found this helpful. I loved the Francis Movies - the before Mr. Ed of the movies. Francis was a wise-cracking, know it all mule, with the voice of the great Chill Wills. Donald O'Connell was Francis' sidekick and they had simply FUN adventures. Most are seldom, if ever seen in the last couple of decades, so this will be a great trip for those who remember them and a chance for children and grandchildren to discover them. Volume 1 - is for full-length movies.
Francis (as Francis the Talking Mule). See full cast . View production, box office, & company info. and the Navy's got him! Genres: Comedy Fantasy. There is also a significant reduction in the use of Francis, and the minimal dialogue given to Chill Wills (his voice) lacks wit and is consequently delivered with scant spirit.
The character originated in the 1946 novel Francis by former . Francis the Talking Mule. Francis, il mulo parlante. Copy URL. Embed, Widget. Francis the Talking Mule history. The distinctive voice of Francis was provided by veteran character actor Chill Wills, who lent his deep, rough vocal texture and Western twang to the cynical and sardonic mule. As was customary at the time, Wills never received billing for his vocal work, though he was featured prominently on-screen as blustery General Ben Kaye in the fourth entry, Francis Joins the WACS.
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