Oswald is running a one-rabbit radio station, and all the other animals are listening in on their forest radios. Oswald does the announcing, acting and other programming jobs.
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Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (voice) (uncredited)
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Oswald is running a one-rabbit radio station, and all the other animals are listening in on their forest radios. Oswald does the announcing, acting and other programming jobs.

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Animation | Short

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27 July 1931 (USA)  »

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Popular Music: A Common Additive In Vintage Cartoons
19 August 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

If you think some Merrie Melodies short featuring a Mickey-looking dog was the first cartoon to used the song One More Time, think again. But before we go there, let's look what we find first.

In this cartoon, we see Oswald running a radio station. The three singers at the beginning are shown singing And If You See Our Darling Nellie. After they do so well, the next one to take center stage is some prickly back creature who didn't perform his cello very well, and is therefore kicked out. Finally, Oswald then turns to a band which performs One More Time. I had no idea that song was used in this film. Anyway, using popular songs at the time was a common way to spice up cartoons. As for the gags and entertaining stuff here, it's adequate.


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