In a Middle Eastern setting of minarets, where people travel by elephant and camel, the Mouse Vizier kidnaps Kitty and flies away on a carpet. Oswald the Lucky Rabbit fetches a winged horse and goes in pursuit.
For the cartoon trade, there is nothing wrong with a mouse kidnapping the cat girlfriend of a rabbit, but coming to it cold, along with the other out-of-place bits, the whole thing adds up to more than I can really like. It's arguably absurd, and that's good; and it seems unlikely that small-town American children in 1932 would notice the hodge-podge nature of the elements. However, this one hasn't aged well.
Whoever it was o animated the elephant running did a fine, funny job, though.
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