It's A Hap-Hap-Happy Day
Roye Dodge [dance] Studios were located at 8 Second St, New York City, owned by Roye Dodge and his wife Jayne. Roye Dodge was a well-known tap dance instructor and choreographer.
R&J Records, the studio label, released a series of records by uncredited artists designed as accompaniment for dance instruction. [See discography at discogs]
|Roye and Jayne dancing in 1943|
It's a Hap-Hap-Happy Day was written by cartoonist Max Fleischer's staff musicians Sammy Timberg, Winston Sharples, and Al Neiberg. the song was featured in "Gulliver's Travels," Fleischer's animated feature film and sung by the Lilliputian villagers as they made a new suit of clothes to fit their friend and protector, Gulliver.