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Krazy Kat Goes a-Wooing (1916) Theatrical Cartoon Krazy Kat Goes a-Wooing

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International Film Service, Inc. George Herriman
  • 1916
  • International Film Service, Inc.
  • Hearst-Vitagraph News Pictorial
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Cartoon Characters: Krazy Kat, Ignatz Mouse.
  • Directed By George Herriman.
  • Animated By Leon Searl.
  • Written By George Herriman.

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Krazy Kat, carrying his banjo, leaves home and flies his plane "Kazook" to the house of Ignatz, whom he loves. Outside Ignatz's window, Krazy starts his serenade....  (more)

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