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Good-Bye Mr. Moth (1942) - Andy Panda Theatrical Cartoon Series Good-Bye Mr. Moth

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  • Andy Panda Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Universal Pictures
  • Cartoon Characters: Andy Panda, Moth.
  • Originally Released in 1942.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Good Bye Mr. Moth

Posted: December 05, 2010

Good Bye Mr. Moth

As a child we had the privilege of having "movie" night several times a year. My Dad had a projector and some movies that we used to watch over and over again. Good Bye Mr. Moth was among the selection. It was great fun reading aloud the dialogue as the cartoon is silent. Later in his life my Dad produced a version that he narrated including sound effects (the buzzing of the moth and "Oh no, here he comes again".
We not only enjoyed the cartoon but got in some practice with reading as well.
Good childhood memories.

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Mr. Moth Eats Discreetly

Posted: September 01, 2005

Wonder Moose

I was fortunate to have seen this cartoon once on TV many years ago. As the moth goes on his rampage in Andy's shop, we see a female mannequin, elegantly posed and decked out in a fancy antebellum hoopskirt gown. After the moth's feeding frenzy, she is left wearing a baggy, saggy red flannel union suit with the classic trap door! Thus solving the mystery of what was really worn under all those ruffles. (But aren't the longies also made of wool?) Perhaps the director's sense of modesty/humor were the reason for the goofy undies. A hilarious sight gag and perhaps the best one in the short.

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