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Practice Makes Perfect

Practice Makes Perfect

Practice Makes Perfect (1940) - Fables Theatrical Cartoon Series Practice Makes Perfect

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  • Fables Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • Cartoon Characters: Scrappy, Oppey, Mother, Music Teacher.
  • Originally Released in 1940.
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Pratice Makes Perfect

Posted: April 23, 2007

Scrappy's creates funny music in this cartoon.

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In this Columbia Fable..

Scrappy tries to practice his

piano lessions to impress his

mother and music teacher.


But..Little brother Oopey

disrupts the lessions and does

everything that he can to make

his brother miserible.


Unable to tolerate the brat's

nonsense any further?


Scrappy chases Oppey all

over the house and like Oliver

Hardy.


Has every indignty done to

him.


The film is full of funny and

surreal sight gags..Oopey turning

on an old fashion washing machine

and Poor Scrappy being pulled into

the device by two mechanical hands

and after being washed and soaped

rised and taken out to dry.


He is left standing in his

poka dot boxer shorts,socks

and t shirt.


The pair run thru the house

to the strains of classical music

and they end up swining from

an old fashion mobile clothes

line.


This is the funniest film

of the series..even though

it's not a typical Scrappy cartoon.


It's still the best one of the series!


I hope and pray that whoever owns

the rights to these cartoons?


They will rerelease them to

dvd very soon?


4CK.

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