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Published on Apr 4, 2006
"Let's All Go to the Lobby" is a 1953 animated musical snipe played as an advertisement before the beginning of the main film. It featured a family of four talking concession stand products, singing "Let's all go to the lobby to get ourselves a treat" and walking to the concession stand.
The trailer was animated by Dave Fleischer (producer of Popeye cartoons) and produced by Filmack Studios of Chicago, a company that specialized in snipes. It was part of a series of Technicolor trailers aimed at informing audiences about a theater's newly installed concession stand.
(Can be seen in the background during the movie GREASE)
LET'S ALL GO TO THE LOBBY Lyrics: Jack K. Tillar to the folk song "We Won't Be Home Until Morning" Filmack Chorus and Orchestra
Let's all go to the lobby; Let's all go to the lobby; Let's all go to the lobby To get ourselves a treat.
Delicious things to eat; The popcorn can't be beat. The sparkling drinks are just dandy; The chocolate bars and nut candy. So let's all go to the lobby To get ourselves a treat. Let's all go to the lobby To get ourselves a treat.
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