Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Oswald: Race Riot

Here's something wonderful

SPLENDID DANCE

13 comments:

Taber said...

Aw... why did Oswald stop that horse's silly dance?

Okapi Figment William said...

Wow I love the dance!!!

Bruce said...

That video certainly placed a smile on my face. Thanks for posting the Oswald clip, John.

BTW, it was foolish that I didn't let someone check over my Terrytoon's post. So until I have someone to correct my run-together sentences, I had to take down the post. Sorry for my complete eagerness of putting out a sloopy post, and for wasting your time as well.

Later, from a very embarrassed cartoonist/ artist

Bruce

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Trevour said...

Wow, Oswald's a bastard!

That was by far one of the funniest things I've seen all year. Thanks for sharing!!!

Bitter Animator said...

That's more than a little bizarre. Funny dances are something that never seem to go out of fashion. What's the tune? It's a comedy musical classic but I don't know what it's called.

patchwork said...

at 1:09:43 until Oswald appers, it almost seems slow-motion. Which is tough to animate from what I understand.

Pat McMicheal said...

It's funny...just as a GAY moment arrives, they grow GIRLY eyelashes!!

Kali Fontecchio said...

It's so happy! And then SLAP! Oswald is my hero, so is the horse. I hope no one was offended by the file name I gave it, I forgot about that, hahah.

Robert said...

Oswald need to loosen up! He certainly wasn't being very suportive of the horse's attempt to express himself. A dancing horse is pretty rare. Oswald could sell tickets.

Bill Field said...

I think a dancing rabbit might be far more rare than a dancing horse-- I mean, the horse is already born a "hoofer", so how far a departure is it to see him dance? However, rabbits, bunnies, and hares, thanks to Oswald's "Lucky Rabbit's Foot" premium in the early days of kid marketing, are "lucky" to have all four feet in the first place! It is sad and a tad disturbing to think that a cartoon, in a round about way, fueled this primitive talisman product practice-- at the expense of the paws of Peter Cottontail. I'm not an activist or vegetarian, just a cartoonist that loves most creatures great n small, in fact I'm lamenting a mouse-type rodent that I tried to eject from my house first by non trap means, is now in Meece's Heaven, because a trap WAS my last resort-- but I digress. Rabbit dancers are more rare than equine shaggers (it used to mean dancing!), that's my real point, as I rub my Lucky Oswald Rabbit's Foot!

Roberto said...

The dance was kind of cute, really. I love it when Oswald stretches out like rubber (rubber hose).

Mick said...

that was pretty weak. It looked to me like a crappy spoof made by a student. So far as rubber hose animation it wasn't a great example. Still, people like it i summise so what do i know???