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Puss In Boots
Puss In Boots
Puss In Boots (1922) Theatrical Cartoon
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- Theatrical Short
- Laugh-O-gram Films
- Distributed by: Leslie B. Mace
- Cartoon Characters: King, Boy, Puss, the Princess.
- Originally Released in 1922.
- Black & White
- Running Time: 9:39 minutes.
A boy and his cat, Puss in Boots, visit the princess in her backyard. The king, however, catches the boy flirting with his daughter and kicks him out. The boy's cat- inspired by seeing "Rodolph Vaselino" in a film-within-a-film, "Throwing The Bull"- comes up with a way to win His Majesty's favor. The boy decides to fight the bull at his local arena, where the king and his daughter are watching. The boy (who is wearing a mask) becomes a seemingly expert bullfighter, while the cat secretly knocks out the bull with a remote-control "radio hypnotizer." After the boy wins the bullfight, the king says that he can marry his daughter. As soon as the boy removes his mask, the king runs after the pair, who escape in a car.
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