What would you have thought bsck in 1971, if you saw a S teleivison animation ad and heard Sterling Holloway..if you thought Disney on TV you would be understanble but wrong.."All About Me"  was a independently produced special about a kid who daydreams his way into his own body [yes, I kid you not] and meets a "Colonel Corpuscule" with Pooh's voice, courtesy of Sterling Holloway. There follows [with apparently no other major voice artists] a trip through his body with inside body villians equalling real diseases. Of course it turns out to be a dream.
It hasn't been seen since..
I mght add that this seems to be Sterling Holloway's mosty oddest and strongest sounding role outside Disney and a rare voice acting role outside Disney animation. It saired as one of the typical Sat.AM animated specials that used to air, here in the early 1970s. It would be interesting to hear more about this.
Credits-thanks to IMDB.I just noticed some familiar names
"All About Me"
A Production of ANIMATED CARTOON PRODUCTIONS
Debuted on Saturday, January 13, 1973 on NBC CHILDRENS SHOWCASE
The Little Boy/PETER HALTON
With NANCY WIBLE, KEN SANSOM & SIMMY BOW
Directed and co-Written by BILL ACKERMAN
Additional writers are CAL HOWARD, ROY FREEMAN, WILLIE ITO, & RIC GONZALES
Produced by EMIL CARLE
Music by C.C.RYDER [I am NOT making that UP!]
FIlm editing by BOB LINVALL
For a full list of credits, see