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Not So Quiet (1930)

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Oswald the Rabbit is a WWI private charged with delivering a letter to the western front.

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Oswald the Rabbit is a WWI private charged with delivering a letter to the western front.

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30 June 1930 (USA)  »

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Not So Quiet was one of those adequate Oswald the Lucky cartoons made for Universal by Walter Lantz
31 July 2010 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Just watched this Universal-Walter Lantz Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoon on YouTube. In this one, Oswald is a soldier during World War I who has to send a message. I'll stop there and just say there are some amusing gags like when the sun is up and Oswald tries to pull it down but this was a mostly musically animated short where there's a female cat singing of love for the rabbit and that rabbit does the same for her or there's some metal objects being hit on surfaces to the beat of the score. Interesting animation throughout but only partially entertaining since there's not much story and the characterizations are mostly happy-go-lucky. Still, if you're interested in vintage animation, Not So Quiet is worth a look. P.S. Among the listed animators are Clyde Geronimi and Pinto Colvig, with the former among the later legendary Disney directors of many of the studio's animated features and the latter the eventual voice of Goofy.


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