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King For A Day

King For A Day (1940) - Gabby Theatrical Cartoon Series King For A Day

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Gabby is hired to deliver a letter to King Little. The note to the Lilliputian Royal Palace informs His Majesty that the King is going to be shot. Fearful that he has been marked for assassination, King Little has his meddlesome town crier pose as the King, while he takes on the identity of the Town Crier. When the unknown person comes to shoot the king, Gabby wants out of the royal job. But King Little insists that he remain the king. Gabby manages to leave the palace in a hurry, while King Little is hit with a blinding light. But the blinding light turns out to be nothing more than a flash from a camera, and the one doing the shooting is the Royal Photographer.

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This is the first in the series of eight Technicolor cartoons starring the the Town Crier of Lilliput, Gabby. In this entry, he is a mailman with a letter for King Little. The message says, "Your majesty, please be at home at two o'clock. I have...  (read more)

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