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The Jazz Fool

The Jazz Fool (1929) - Mickey Mouse Theatrical Cartoon Series The Jazz Fool

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Mickey and Horace gather a rural audience and put on a musical show. First the duo treats us to a xylophone performance, then to an elaborate piano solo.

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Well composed comical effect

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This is a remarkable early Mickey Cartoon. The piano scene is dramatically really well composed. While the similar scene in "The Opry House" still attaches one gag to the next and has a more loose feeling to it, "The Jazz Fool" shows a...  (read more)

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