First Occurence of Who Dat? (1 Viewer)

Bleu Raeder

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I had mentioned in another thread that MBR and I watched Holiday Inn (1942) as part of the Christmas movie marathon. My ears were amazed to hear "who dat!" shouted by Bing Crosby his own self. Around the 3:34 mark;

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As you know, we've done some research on this a few times before.

Here's Swing Wedding, 1937 MGM Harmon-Ising cartoon featuring Ethel Waters, Stepin Fetchit, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Fats Waller and the Mills Brothers.

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Hmmmm, I must have missed those threads on the etymology.
 

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