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Max Loses His Head
1 March 2014 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Koko and Fitz are sitting around bored while Max writes the day's scenario. When one of the cannibals he is writing about steals Max' head, it's up to our intrepid hero to rescue the boss, who doesn't know how to do things without his top.

Fleischer's Koko series was neck and neck for the best silent cartoon series, and this is a typically excellent effort, shunting back and forth between the wacky world of cartoons, whose logic infects the real world and the world in which Max lives. The jokes are sharp and the logic, once you accept the thesis, is impeccable. Modern viewers may have some issues with the Black cannibals, but once you get past them, it's all good.


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