Audrey imagines inventing machines to thwart an alien invasion.


(as I. Sparber), (uncredited)


(story) (as I. Klein)


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Uncredited cast:
Jack Mercer ...
Radio Announcer / Martian Sneezing / Martian Crying (voice) (uncredited)
Little Audrey / Audrey's Mother (voice) (uncredited)


Audrey is reading a science fiction comic book called 'Ace' when her mother asks her to wash the dishes. Audrey carries the dishes to a workshop where she has invented a dish washing machine. Audrey continues reading her book while the dishes wash themselves. She is interrupted by a radio broadcast announcing that a flying saucer has been spotted in the sky. Audrey imagines a little green man flying over the city in a cup and saucer, disintegrating everything in its path, She then pictures herself as the hero and visualizes ways to stop the alien attack. Written by Melissa

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Animation | Short





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4 February 1955 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound System)


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Little Audrey, Inventor
9 October 2013 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Audrey is washing the dishes using her own invention based on an outboard motor and a conveyor belt when the radio announces that aliens in flying cups and saucers are disintegrating things all over the earth. Audrey mobilizes her inventions that bear a startling similarity to kitchen appliances to combat them.

This Little Audrey cartoon is fairly obvious in where it is going, but at less than five minutes, it holds up for its length, including some nice visuals. The aliens are solid, black figures, which doubtless kept the costs down and makes them look very alien.

Although the Little Audrey series from Famous Studios was never a great one, they are fairly amusing and this is a good example.

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