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Oh What a Knight (1928)

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Wandering minstrel Oswald must rescue his lady love from imprisonment.


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Oswald is riding along on his horse having a merry old time when the two of them fall down a hill, right up to a castle. Oswald whistles for the princess, who blows him a kiss as she appears on a balcony. He reaches her by lassoing the balcony and tying the other end of the rope to his horse's tail, using it as a tightrope. A rival knight suddenly appears and Oswald falls off the balcony, startled. He manages to climb back up and the two fight for the princess. Written by jjwbenso

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28 May 1928 (USA)  »

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Referenced in Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two (2012) See more »

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Clever and enjoyable.
28 April 2012 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Walt Disney created the character Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. He was the first cartoon character for Universal Studios and, as a way of saying thanks for creating this successful series, the studio generously offered to cut Disney's pay 20%! At this point, he refused and they gave his characters to other folks to complete instead. While this must have frustrated Walt to no end, it was a great thing as it gave him the push to once again try to start his own production company--and resulting in the birth of Mickey Mouse. So, in a way, Oswald is like Mickey's uncle...or something.

This installment of Oswald finds out hero out with his horse (or is it a mule?!). He hears the sound of a damsel in distress and Oswald comes to her rescue in a tower. However, he then has to fight the evil knight who has taken her captive. This is a very good Oswald cartoon--with a nice, crazy cartoony sense about it. I noticed that one reviewer thought it was his best cartoon of the series--I wouldn't agree, though it is quite good--especially for 1928. Well worth seeing.

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