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Dr. Seuss on the Loose (also known as Green Eggs and Ham and Other Favorites on the DVD cover) is a 1973 American animated made-for-television film based on Green Eggs and Ham and The Sneetches and Other Stories.
Why It Rocks
- Traditional animation that fits the Dr. Seuss style.
- Decent voice acting.
- Some likable characters.
- Some funny moments.
- Catchy songs.
- Nice messages.
- It's 100% faithful to the books.
- Dr. Seuss was involved in making the movie.
- "Do you like green eggs and ham?"
- YTP version are very funny and hilarious. You can watch them!
- Joey's name is not even in book version.
- Allan Sherman's final acting credit before his death.
- In the introduction to "The Zax," The Cat in the Hat mentions a "zinniga-zanniga tree." This is a reference to one of the "lost stories" of Dr. Seuss, "The Rabbit, The Bear and the Zinniga-Zanniga Tree."