(comic strip Krazy Kat)


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1 January 1926 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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23 October 2012 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

By the time this Krazy Kat cartoon was made, George Herriman's surrealistic comic strip -- apparently no one really enjoyed it except William Randolph Hearst, so it ran in all his papers and he insisted on making a cartoon series about it -- had changed utterly. Krazy had started out as a female cat in love with a mouse, living in a strange part of the southwest that was later infested by coyotes and roadrunners. By now, Krazy was a Felix the Cat knockoff who, despite the bow, is a tomcat. He courts a lady cat and his movement is just like Felix -- look at the way he moves when dealing with the skunk.

It's a fairly straightforward piece in which Krazy gets involved with a dance contest, a bear, a skunk and a pawnbroker. Short and not too bad.

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