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You're Too Careless with Your Kisses! (1932)

A bee returns home late after a night out having too much honey. His wife leaves him, but quickly ends up in the clutches of an evil ladybug. The whole hive turns out to fight the ladybug and get her back.

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A bee returns home late after a night out having too much honey. His wife leaves him, but quickly ends up in the clutches of an evil ladybug. The whole hive turns out to fight the ladybug and get her back.

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10 September 1932 (USA)  »

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You're Too Careless with Your Kisses
Music by Harry M. Woods
Lyrics by Mort Dixon
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"I'm not crazy..... much!"
9 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

You're Too Careless With Your Kisses (1932) is a dull little cartoon with only a smidgen of pre-code goodness to give it much interest for the modern viewer.

The animation is not as imaginative or solid as other Warner Bros. shorts of the period. The gags are predictable, as is the plot, though I will admit it has some racy elements that go to show animation was not always perceived as a children-exclusive medium back in the golden days of the American cartoon.

The story is your standard save the female love interest from the lust-mad heavy (this time a ladybug whose design is pretty much a modified version of the spider in Red-Headed Baby from 1931), used a million times in many a Mickey Mouse or Bosko cartoon. However, the damsel in led into the arms of danger when her hubby comes home drunk and raring to go a round with her, if you know what I mean, thus the title.

But outside of the pre-code aspect, there is nothing to recommend this one at all. It lacks beauty, wit, or any kind of memorability.


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