The only reason I thought of watching this great cartoon is because it was the first to be directed by Arthur Davis, who would later go on to direct a few good Looney Tunes cartoons. As a whole, this cartoon is very interesting as it has a great deal of old fashioned humour and the music and animation (in the version I watched at least) is in good enough condition to fully enjoy the cartoon. Find it on the internet as "The Museum (1930).
Anyhow, this cartoon is basically about a little dog who is a rather bad and cheeky museum cleaner. Not surprisingly, his boss is very impatient with him and urges him to keep cleaning. As the cleaner cleans, some of the things in the museum come to life...
I recommend this to people who are interested in old cartoons and to people who like Mickey Mouse-type characters, with moving statues. Enjoy "The Museum"! :-) 7 and a half.
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