BottlesBottles (1936) - Happy Harmonies Theatrical Cartoon Series
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- Happy Harmonies Theatrical Cartoon Series
- Harman-Ising Productions
- Distributed by: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
- Cartoon Characters: Pharmacist, Magic Potions.
- Originally Released in 1936.
- Running Time: 10:14 minutes.
Most of the encounters that he has are good, clean fun- each item cavorting or dancing in a manner suggested by its name (a bottle of Scotch dances a jig, a tube of sleeping powder snores away, etc.).
But there is a sinister presence in this fantasy land: a bottle of poison becomes an evil, maniacal skeleton bent on tormenting our hero. He dispatches spirits of ammonia to seize the poor man and hurls him into a witch's brew of colorful potions. In this sequence, the animators use a dazzling variety of perspectives to show the little guy's journey through a maze of glass tubing filled with colorful liquids bubbling away.
The pharmacist wakes to find that he has been redturned to full size, realizes everything was a dream, picks up the bottle of poison and seems pleased he is safe.
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