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Max Fleischer


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20 April 1922 (USA)  »

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Follows The Boxing Kangaroo (1920) See more »

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War Of The Bubbles
8 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was another extremely clever silent cartoon by Max and Dave Fleischer. These cartoons were unique, unlike anything I've ever seen. In this one, artist Max and his drawn-character, "Koko The Clown," challenge each other on who can blow the biggest bubble.

The story doesn't start out that way, but leads to that in the second half. With sound effects, this would be even better but they do it here, but it does make you concentrate more on what you are seeing. It better be good or it could get boring: the dead silence, that is. However, these stories are so clever and have so many sight gags that they don't get boring.....a real tribute to the writer (s).

This was one of the "From the vault" extra features from disc 3 on the "Popeye The Sailor Man Volume One DVD set. If you own this set, don't skip these cartoons and don't think there is something wrong with your audio; it's just the way it was with no sound.

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