Although some of the Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons had already been produced squarely as talking cartoons, this is a very late example of a synchronized cartoon. It's basically a silent cartoon with a score. No one speaks.
Ithas a very childish set of gags. This is apparently a deliberate choice as the Stork brings hundreds of baby bugs to the Old Woman Who Lives in a Shoe and Oswald helps her deal with the infestation with his dog and a whistle. Although it is not to my taste, there is a clear succession of gags that advance the plot and they are beautifully executed. Although this is not one of the great Oswalds that Lantz' staff turned out in the previous two years, it should keep you amused throughout.
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