Felix's owner goes to a golf course and brings along a new "club"--Felix in disguise. While trying to teach his owner how to play golf, though, he loses the man's only ball. His owner sends... See full summary »

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Felix's owner goes to a golf course and brings along a new "club"--Felix in disguise. While trying to teach his owner how to play golf, though, he loses the man's only ball. His owner sends Felix out to find the ball and threatens to kill him if he doesn't come back with it. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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1 July 1924 (USA)  »

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A Good Walk Spoiled
29 December 2012 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Felix the Cat was probably the most famous cartoon star of the silent era. Lindbergh carried a Felix doll with him on his flight to Paris and the Prince of Wales used him as his Polo team mascot. A lot of his popularity was due to the inventive nature of Otto Messmer, the actual director of the monthly cartoons, even though Pat Sullivan always took credit.

The inventiveness included the rambling nature of the plots: this one starts out as a series of golf jokes -- notice the typical transformation gag in which Felix uses a question mark from a speech balloon as ball and club -- and turns into a long hunt in water and on mountaintop for a missing ball. As usual for Felix, a highly enjoyable cartoon.


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