Good-Bye Mr. Moth
Andy has a problem: he operates a tailor shop ("Zut Suits," the sign reads) and has a troublesome moth. The moth can eat a suit in minutes, a fur coat just as... (more)
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This is the last cartoon to feature Andy as an infant. Andy Panda's first solo cartoon. Hidden gag: One of the tags Andy reads is signed "Bernie Kreisler." Kreisler was the head of the Universal... (more)
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Good Bye Mr. Moth
|Comments By: Young At Heart|
As a child we had the privilege of having "movie" night several times a year. My Dad had a projector and some movies that we used to watch over and over again. Good Bye Mr. Moth was among the selection. It was great fun reading aloud the dialogue... (read more)
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Mr. Moth Eats Discreetly
|Comments By: wondermoose|
I was fortunate to have seen this cartoon once on TV many years ago. As the moth goes on his rampage in Andy's shop, we see a female mannequin, elegantly posed and decked out in a fancy antebellum hoopskirt gown. After the moth's feeding frenzy, she... (read more)
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