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Farmer Al Falfa's Ape Girl (1932)

The ape girl quite a looker goes dancing and tree-swinging through the jungle. She encounters Farmer Al Falfa and his sidekick and conquers him, turning him into her husband.

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The ape girl quite a looker goes dancing and tree-swinging through the jungle. She encounters Farmer Al Falfa and his sidekick and conquers him, turning him into her husband.

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jungle | nudity | river | canoe | baby | See All (7) »


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7 August 1932 (USA)  »

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The "ape Girl" is barely clothed, seen more or less bottomless throughout. Poorly drawn as it is, it was considered too hot to re-release for television, and subsequently it's one of the very few Educational-released Terrytoons with the original credits extant. See more »

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Surprising Adult Pre-Code Cartoon
7 September 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Let's face it. Terrytoons are generally crappy. This one is miles better than their usual.

The animation is better (though still far from a Disney or Fleisher from the same year), the gags are inventive, and it is a far cry from the usual Terrytoon of the period with the farm animals and the mice.

And the jungle girl gives Betty Boop a run for her money with the risqué gags. She is also sexier.

After catching this on YouTube, I thought I misjudged Paul Terry cartoons. Maybe they were better in the early thirties. But, no, the other ones I found were nothing.


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