A Wet Knight (1932) - Oswald the Lucky Rabbit Theatrical Cartoon Series

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A Wet Knight

A Wet Knight (1932) - Oswald the Lucky Rabbit Theatrical Cartoon Series A Wet Knight

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  • Oswald the Lucky Rabbit Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
  • Traditional Animation
  • Walter Lantz Productions.
  • Distributed by: Universal Pictures
  • Cartoon Characters: Oswald the Lucky Rabbit.
  • Voice Actors: Bernice Hansen.
  • Directed By Walter Lantz, Bill Nolan.
  • Produced By Walter Lantz.
  • Animated By Walter Lantz, Bill Nolan.
  • Originally Released on June 20, 1932.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 8:45 minutes.
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Oswald and his companion enter an eerie castle to take shelter from the rain. Trouble awaits them when a vicious simian also comes in.

Cartoon Production Information:

Some plot elements in this short would be featured in "Krazy Spooks", a 1933 Krazy Kat cartoon. Mozart's "Turkish March" is used in the short. "Music Hath Charms" is also featured in the cartoon. The song itself was made for "King of Jazz," a...  (more)

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