Oswald the Rabbit goes snooping around a junk yard with his dog, Doxie. He fins a bottle marked "The Magic Jug," and when he uncorks it out jumps a genii with his magic wand. The genii them... See full summary »

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Oswald the Rabbit goes snooping around a junk yard with his dog, Doxie. He fins a bottle marked "The Magic Jug," and when he uncorks it out jumps a genii with his magic wand. The genii them proceeds to transform all the pictures on the ad labels of the old tin cans into live people. They organize a dancing and singing party, but the devil with a pitch fork, from a deviled ham can, steals the genii's wand and starts to mess things up. Oswald saves the day. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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29 November 1937 (USA)  »

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Oswald goes commercial.

Exhibitor summary: Oswald goes snooping around a junk yard with his doggie, Doxie.He fins a bottle marked "The Magic Jug," and when he uncorks it out jumps a genii with his magic wand. The genii them proceeds to transform all the pictures on the ad labels of the old tin cans into live people. They organize a dancing and sing party, but the devil with a pitch fork, from a deviled ham can, steals the genii's wand and starts to mess things up. Oswald saves the day.

Hey, if a talking mouse can have a non-talking dog as a pet, there is no reason a talking rabbit can't do the same. Oh, ye, of so little faith. Where would Edgar Bergen have been without Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd?


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