The Third Millennium marked the inauguration of a unique train, the Tibet Qinghai Express that travels from China to Tibet. A railroad through the Himalayas on the 'roof of the world' and ... See full summary »

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Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (voice) (uncredited)
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The Third Millennium marked the inauguration of a unique train, the Tibet Qinghai Express that travels from China to Tibet. A railroad through the Himalayas on the 'roof of the world' and the highest railway line on earth that leads through breathtaking landscapes from Peking to Lhasa. Written by Anonymous

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12 January 1931 (USA)  »

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Ying Tong Iddle I Po
31 January 2013 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Oswald the Lucky Rabbit works in a laundry shop in Chinatown in this one. It's a late synchronized sound cartoon: no talking or singing, but lots of music -- the IMDb credits Mickey Rooney as voicing Oswald, but since the only thing he says is some gibberish at the very end, I think this is an error.

The background on this one is very elaborate, with a repeating street scene of immense detail at the beginning. The gags in the piece are provided by a lot of items-come-alive jokes: locks, irons, wash tubs, long underwear, everything in this cartoon does things and evinces an attitude. It would quickly become wearisome except for the elaborate details of the background artists.


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