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Abdul the Bulbul Ameer (1941)

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22 February 1941 (USA)  »

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Though this is visually interesting, there isn't much else here
12 August 2013 | by (Tucson AZ) – See all my reviews

I must confess I wasn't terribly impressed by this one. It's bright and colorful, nice to look at and sort of like biting into cotton candy. Not very substantive. Though it would be difficult to "spoil" this, as there really isn't much going on here, mild spoiler warning:

This is about a fight between two arrogant blow-hards, one of them the titular character. That's it, that's the sum and substance of this one. There's a quasi subplot with a comic relief newsreel film crew, one of whom resembles Groucho Marx a bit, but even that just kind of stands around dragging its toe in the dirt. The bulk of this is a fight which isn't compelling between two characters who are wholly unappealing. The originating poem/song is decent enough, but the cartoon isn't up to the source. Your mileage may vary. Worth watching once, but nothing special.


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