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3 June 1935 (USA)  »

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Tex Avery's first known film is quite surreally funny.
25 July 2011 | by (US) – See all my reviews

Tex Avery's first known film (credited as lead animator, but some think he may have directed too).

Funny send up of a night at a vaudeville show, full of Avery's trademark surreal images.

Best bits – man asks woman to remover her hat so he can see, only to be lost behind her giant afro, an acrobat goes through the wall of the theater leaving a very Magritte like silhouette, a seemingly skinny performer has her corset burst, and balloons to huge proportions. A steam shovel comes out on stage to remove her and collapses in exhaustion.

The was available to see on YouTube.


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