...which I was... um... depending on which order you read the posts. This is the Fleischer studios "Color Classic" titled "An Elephant Never Forgets."
I didn't put this up online, I just discovered it one day when I was browsing a few years ago. It would be great if there's a version of it out there in "Popeye Meets Sinbad" quality but even this copy is *much* better looking than the one I found back then.
There are still a lot of great things about this cartoon to enjoy though...
- The unmistakeably adult voices of this group of, presumably kids. It sounds like Mr Elephant is Jackson "Bluto" Beck and Gus Gorilla is Jack "Popeye" Mercer.
- The opening skipping song. "Rock-a-diddle-di-do-one-three-three"? What does that mean?
- The fact that, when Ferdie Frog pretends to be both himself and his sister, he uses the exact same voice for both of them.
- The names of the characters... usually alliterative, or just plain "Mister", then we have a cockerel named "Rooster Joe."
- The fact that the (swan? goose? stork?) teacher has absolutely no problem with the fighting that's broken out. My sister says she comes across as another kid who's only playing at being a teacher, and given that all the kids sound like adults, who's to say she isn't?