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The Masque Raid

The Masque Raid (1937) - Krazy Kat Theatrical Cartoon Series The Masque Raid

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  • Krazy Kat Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • Cartoon Characters: Krazy Kat, Dog.
  • Originally Released in 1937.
  • TechniColor
  • Running Time: 7 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Krazy Kat is a night watchman at the Colossal Costume Co. during a fierce rain and lightning storm. Inside, there's a lineup of apparent wax museum-type characters with costumes: a witch, cavemen and cavewomen, a Victorian couple, Charlie Chaplin, Napoleon, an armored knight, a feather-bonneted Indian, a bandito and more. Thinking that he hears a disturbance, Krazy takes his dog and flashlight and tours the place. All appears OK, so Krazy Kat and his dog go back to their table-and-chair "post," where they both take a nap, and then Krazy Kat has a dream... The witch comes alive; one by one, and two by two, the witch brings the other characters alive, and Krazy Kat has a romp and dance with several of the characters, including Charlie Chaplin. Interchanging costumes, too.

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