Wise Owl (1940) - A Color Rhapsody Theatrical Cartoon Series

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Wise Owl (1940) - A Color Rhapsody Theatrical Cartoon Series Wise Owl

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  • A Color Rhapsody Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
  • Traditional Animation
  • Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • Distributed by: Columbia Pictures Corporation
  • Cartoon Characters: Owl, Bats.
  • Voice Actors: Mel Blanc.
  • Directed By Ub Iwerks.
  • Produced By Charles Mintz.
  • Music: Eddie Kilfeather, Joe De Nat.
  • Originally Released on December 06, 1940.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • TechniColor (Three-Strip)
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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An owl seeking to add some meat to his dinner adopts several disguises to get into a party being held by some musical bats. They are not fooled for long and the...  (more)

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What's a hungry owl to do? If the flock of bats in a nearby cave are partying (some playing musical instruments and others dancing), you'd try to crash the party and get one to come to dinner. All visual humor as the owl speaks only through...  (read more)

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