Oswald's country is at war, like many other volunters he joins the army and finds himself soon in the trenches. A short battle leaves him wounded, but at least in the field hospital where his girlfriend is working.
Oswald wakes up grumpy and takes it out on his alarm clock, afterward trying his best to wake up the mechanical cow sleeping in the bed beside him, with limited success. They finally do get... See full summary »
Oswald is off to see his sweetheart when he is passed by a rival in a faster car. He takes the lead, though, when both drivers encounter a mud puddle; Oswald isn't afraid to get a little ... See full summary »
When the local hotel is found to be on fire, the firemen (all of them Julius the cat lookalikes), led by Fire Chief Alice, are called in. The residents are busy escaping the blaze while the... See full summary »
In the early 1920s, Walt Disney tried opening his own cartoon studio and it failed. So, by the late 20s (just before he hit it big with Mickey and his new studio) Walt was working for Universal Studio making Oswald cartoons. Although he created the character, the studio decided that the way to make the cartoon series viable was to cut costs. And, when Walt refused to take a 20% pay cut, the studio hired other folks to make the cartoons--and Disney (in a GREAT move) opened his own studio bearing his name--and became world famous! In this installment of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, our hero is on the beach selling very strange hot dogs! Later, he sees a cute lady rabbit but she isn't interested--that is, not until he pretends to be a life guard. Then, to get his attention, she rows out into dangerous water and it's up to plucky Oswald to save her...and give her mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Overall, a decent little cartoon but far from Disney's best.
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