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Vaudeville (1924)

Ko-Ko hosts a vaudeville revue featuring rope tricks, an equestrian act, trained seals, and stage magic.

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Dave Fleischer
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Max Fleischer ... Cartoonist (uncredited)
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Ko-Ko hosts a vaudeville revue featuring rope tricks, an equestrian act, trained seals, and stage magic.

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Koko is such industrious in this one!
13 May 2020 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

The start of "Vaudeville" is a bit unusual. That's because in other Koko cartoons, Koko interacts with Max Fleischer--his animator. In many, it begins with Max drawing Koko...and then all sorts of silliness follows. However, in this one, Max not only draws Koko but himself as well! Weird...but clever.

Soon Max draws a theater and sends Koko there to sell tickets. Then, the clown is the emcee of the live show as well as the musician providing musical accompaniment! Surely, he's a very industrious clown!

This is a nice and enjoyable Koko short. While nothing pops out as brilliant or must-see about this one, it is well made and holds up pretty well today.


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20 August 1924 (USA) See more »

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