Krazy Kat bounced around a lot. First produced at International Film Services, Krazy moved over to Bray's Goldwyn-Bray Pictographs when IFS went bankrupt in 1918. That series ended in 1921, and was not picked up again until Winkler Productions revived the series in 1925 to replace their loss of a distribution deal for Felix The Cat. When Columbia took over the series in 1929, they brought sound to the series.
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