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Keeping Up with Krazy (1962)

Ignatz Mouse is hired to sell a prefabricated house to the local brick foundry owner Kelly by a corrupt realtor. But Krazy Kat's simple home (made from two umbrellas) bothers Kelly. The ... See full summary »

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Ignatz Mouse is hired to sell a prefabricated house to the local brick foundry owner Kelly by a corrupt realtor. But Krazy Kat's simple home (made from two umbrellas) bothers Kelly. The trio becomes embroiled in a battle of wits as to whose house is better. Written by Charles Brubaker

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Pre-Packaged Real Estate
5 January 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I didn't realize that Krazy Kat an the Gang made their way into the sixties. The animators went back to drawing the characters like they were in the early Twentieth Century. Here, Ignatz Mouse is given a job to sell prepackaged housing. All you do is open the box and there you are. That includes a house, garage, cars, and so on. Ignatz sells his neighbor these things. Krazy comes along and sets up a home of her own under an umbrella. There is series of events where the principle characters try to outdo one another with somewhat catastrophic results. The poor neighbor is the one that really pays the price for what is going on. It tends to be about the superiority of simplicity.


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