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The Shriek (1933)

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Oswald the Rabbit comes to the rescue when a peg-legged sheik abducts his girlfriend and brings her to a mysterious pyramid filled with walking skeletons, animate hieroglyphics and other strange sights.

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Oswald the Rabbit comes to the rescue when a peg-legged sheik abducts his girlfriend and brings her to a mysterious pyramid filled with walking skeletons, animate hieroglyphics and other strange sights.

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The Shriek is another Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoon from Walter Lantz and Bill Nolan
29 September 2009 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

This is another vintage cartoon I watched on Uncle John's Crazy Town site. This was a Walter Lantz/Bill Nolan cartoon starring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. It takes place in Egypt with him and his girlfriend enjoying some romance before this bad guy sheik threatens to give them a bad time by kidnapping the girlfriend. Quite a few funny gags involving accidental punching, skeletons, and disguises though the topper is at the end that I won't reveal here. Among the animators was one named Fred Avery. He first moved to Warner Bros. where he helped create Bugs Bunny before going to M-G-M where he became better known as Tex and created Droopy there. Anyway, for animation buffs, The Shriek is worth a look.


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