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The Complete Weird Cartoons

Johnny Legend presents a creepy collection of bizarre animation from the 1910s-1940s. You'll be amazed at the artistry and the strangeness that abounds in such works as Walt Disney's 'Alice's Eggplant' (1910) and 'Alice the Toreador' (1914); 'Betty Boop in Crazy Town' (1932); Felix the Cat in 'Non-Stop Fright' (1927); the unbelievable 'Scrub Me Mama with a Boogie Beat' (1941); the racism in 'Little Black Sambo' (1935) and more.

Year: 1942
Genre: Cult Animation, Animation
Country: USA
Duration: 117 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Cult (Classic Animation)

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