When Oswald sells some lemonade to three gorillas, they refuse to pay and have Pete ordered him put on the spot in this Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoon.
The gags are a hodgepodge of cobbled together items-coming-to-life gags -- amusing in themselves, but not clearly adding up to anything more. A year earlier, Walter Lantz' cartoon had been the best in the business, but they had suffered a decline in quality which I attribute to the writing -- perhaps it was the abrupt departure of Pinto Colvig for Disney, where he became best known as the voice of Goofy; he was, however, an all-around utility man.
That's the best explanation I can come up with. Perhaps you don't perceive a decline in quality or attribute it to some other cause.
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