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Magical Maestro

Magical Maestro

Magical Maestro (1952) Theatrical Cartoon Magical Maestro

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  • Theatrical Short
  • Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Cartoon Characters: Poochini, Mysto the Magician.
  • Originally Released in 1952.
  • TechniColor
  • Running Time: 6:31 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Magical Maestro

Posted: December 07, 2007

Political correctness has become revisonary.

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This used to be one of the funniest cartoons ever made ( one of Tex Avery's Best). But every time I see this cartoon on T.V., the P.C. people cut more and more of it out. Now they're even cutting out the anvil falling on the opera singer's head. It's cut horribly with no continuity.Please tell me there's an original version out there to be seen.

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Magic vs Opera

Posted: August 04, 2006

Magic vs Opera

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This is one of my favorites when Mysto The Magician takes the maestro's baton and subs it with his magic wand making Poochini,a dog-type version of Pavarotti singing a Tisket a tasket,and changing him into a little boy. He also made rabbits appear from Poochini's hands. He also made Poochini sing this Hawaiian song with rabbits.it's hilarious!

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Magical Maestro

Posted: February 22, 2003

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This is absolutely the funniest Cartoon ever made. Everyone gives away the funniest moment in the cartoon, but I won't. This is a cartton that needs to be seen in a theatre with a large audience. Typical "Spike" style bulldog. This is every funnier than Tex's "King Size Canary" Don't read reviews. Don't ask any questions, just see this.

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