I like when they perform the duet 'Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee' in the animated feature 'Mr. Bug Goes To Town' (1941). I've heard versions of this song recorded by Doris Day, Julie London and Teresa Brewer.
'Mr. Bug Goes To Town'
The oldest versions I've heard apparently date back to around 1912. Singer Ada Jones seems to have performed and recorded the song with several popular singers of the day, including Billy Murray and tenor Walter Van Brunt.
'Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee' - Ada Jones
"Movies are the enemy of the novel because they are replacing novels. Novelists shouldn’t write for the movies, unless, of course, they discover they’re no good at writing novels." - John Irving
Saw this movie once and it was the time when TCM aired it over a decade ago. The animation looks great. The hero and his love interest are not that interesting though. But I did think the villain (a rich beetle imitating a mixture of Edward G. Robinson and W.C. Fields) and his henchmen were pretty funny.