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This was the 20th Oswald cartoon made by Lantz and it shows he had a very different concept for the title character. The story line makes it abundantly clear this was not made for a child audience. ... (more)
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In this wonderfully zany, early Walter Lantz short (a loose spoof of the 1930 Universal feature "Hell's Heroes"), Oswald is a fugitive on the run with the unenviable task of returning an abandoned child to his father (who also happens to be... (read more)
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