|Swomee-Swan hanging out in a Truffula tree, The Lorax (1971)|
|Swomee-Swan swimming and possibly singing, The Lorax (1971)|
|Exit flight of the Swomee-Swans from The Lorax (1971)|
On February 14, 1972, the Swomee-Swans appeared in the CBS television animated musical production of The Lorax produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises (watch below).
In this production, the Swomee-Swans have changed appearance, and are now white with orange heads.
|White bodied Swomee-Swan, The Lorax television special (1972)|
|White-bodied Swomee-Swan with the Lorax, The Lorax television special (1972)|
|Departure of the Swomee-Swans, The Lorax television special (1972)|
Forty years later, in the computer animated Lorax movie produced by Illumination Entertainment (watch trailer below), the Swomee-Swans have changed once more and are now yellowish-orange bodied with darker orange heads. Their odd plumed neck rings are now more conspicuous as well.
|Orange-bodied Swomee-Swans (with Barbaloots), The Lorax movie (2012)|
|Dancing Swomee-Swan, The Lorax movie (2012)|
|Swomee-Swans with Hummingfish, Barbaloots, and The Lorax, The Lorax movie (2012)|