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Friz
21 June 2008 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Friz Freleng's second directorial effort -- under his legal name of 'Isadore' and credited as co-director with Rudolf Ising -- is a silent Oswald the Lucky Rabbit effort, made soon after Charles Mintz grabbed the rights to the character and almost all his crew from Walt Disney. Oswald takes in Homer, a small kitten, and attempts to teach him table manners and to give him a bath, but Homer retaliates using a clothesline and a player piano.

This is a rough, almost characterless slapstick piece, with no indication that Freleng would become one of the mainstays of animation during its golden age. Of interest purely for its historical value.


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